[THIN] Outlook in Citrix



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Wessel van Sandwijk
Technisch Specialist
Thinclient Consultancy BV
Capelle aan den IJssel
Tel : 010-2582670
Fax : 010-2582601
Email : wvsandwijk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



This is how we do in (Login script)

:Outlookprofgen
If InGroup ("TH - OUTLOOK")
        ; --------- Outlook Profiel Generator --------------
        If Exist ("H:\OUTLOOK")
        Else
                Shell "%comspec% /e:1024 /c MD H:\Outlook"
        EndIf   
        If Exist ("H:\Windows\Outlook.prf")
        Else
                Shell "%comspec% /e:1024 /c COPY
N:\Environment\Profile\Outlook.prf H:\Windows"
                Shell "%comspec% /e:1024 /c COPY
N:\Environment\Profile\Prfpatch.exe H:\Windows"
                Shell "%comspec% /e:1024 /c H:\Windows\PRFPatch.exe"
                Shell "%comspec% /e:1024 /c
N:\Environment\Profile\newprof.exe -P H:\Windows\outlook.prf"
        EndIf
EndIf

=====================================
Wessel van Sandwijk
Technisch Specialist
Thinclient Consultancy BV
Capelle aan den IJssel
Tel : 010-2582670
Fax : 010-2582601
Email : wvsandwijk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Namens
Jensen, Jay
Verzonden: maandag 24 maart 2003 22:50
Aan: Thin Client E-mail Group (E-mail)
Onderwerp: [THIN] Outlook in Citrix



Hi folks.

We have created the Outlook.PRF in a MST for Outlook 2000 that works
kind
of.   

When you log onto a Published Desktop and you launch Outlook on the
desktop, the user gets the Microsoft Exchange server service created
automatically
(this is what we want).   Here is the problem.  

If the user does not click on the Outlook icon first but launches an
e-mail function in an application without first clicking on the Outlook
icon, an Outlook Wizard will run forcing the user to set up Outlook.  We
want the application to do the same thing as the Microsoft Outlook icon
did creating the Microsoft Exchange Server service for the user.  

Does anyone have any idea how I can accomplish this.   Is there a
runonce
option to launch Microsoft Outlook to install Microsoft Exchange server
services?  

Thanks in advance. 
Jay
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