[THIN] Re: .Net Framework 2.0

Have it on some of our servers too.  We are currently only on Xpe FR3/SP3.
Seem to work fine although is a bit of a memory hog.  (I'm sure that's the
app rather than .net)

Can anyone give some explicit examples of problems or is it just IMA
instability?

Malcolm

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From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Philip Walley
Sent: 22 March 2006 13:52
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Subject: [THIN] Re: .Net Framework 2.0


odd, i've had it on 4 of my servers with no issue. I have recently come 
across the issue of WI 4.2 not liking .net 2.0 at all. Easy fix though 
and citrix has a q article on it.

Schneider, Chad M wrote:
>
> Is this thing as bad as it appears?
>
>  
>
> Chad Schneider
>
> Technology Analyst/Citrix Admin.
>
> Bemis Company, Inc.
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> 920-303-7609
>
>  
>
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