#1 - Joe Shonk doesn't like it (if you can't tell, Joe and I love to pick on one another) #2 - Server 2008 equals Vista Server #3 - XenApp 5 on 2008 does not have the feature set of XenApp 5 on 2003 #4 - I gave up writing my book on it because of all the bugs I found and I couldn't get Citrix to address the issues I made it to Chapter 5 in my book and gave up on the product. Carl Webster Consultant and Citrix Technology Professional <http://dabcc.com/Webster> http://dabcc.com/Webster From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Matt Kosht Subject: [THIN] Re: Server spec's OK Carl I'll bite. What is wrong with XA5/2008? I run this now in production. I find it to be stable and performing well. -Matt On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 8:03 AM, <webster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: I personally think that XenApp 5 on Server 2008 is the ugly red-headed step-child of the XenApp family tree. My apologies to all you good looking red-headed step-children on the list.