[THIN] Re: Unable to Resolve Application Set Name

Christopher,
 
Thanks for you insight on this.
 
I don't need to worry about differing versions.  What I am doing with this
is passing them through one Citrix Farm and onto another.  The Citrix
servers in the first farm (where my mandatory profiles apply) are identical
to one another.
 
The point about the password prompt is disconcerting - I wanted this to be
set up to pass through the local (i.e. those used to log into the first
farm) credentials to the second farm, without a password prompt.  
 
Thanks again 
 
- Bob

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You might want to think about copying these files from a login script.  If
it is a mandatory profile you will have problems if you have multiple
versions of the client running.  If you create the vl and idx files in
version 7 you will get errors in version 8.  The same applies to 8 to
version 9.  So far have not had an issue between 9 and version 10.  

 

I would script it so that it puts the ID in the PN.ini in the users profile
through the login script.  They will then get prompted to put in the
password and they can save the password after they login if they want to.

 

Chris

 

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Chris,

 

Thanks.  I want to use this in mandatory profiles for a number of users -
can I copy these files to my template profile and copy it over?  Does it
matter that the original came from a different user?

 

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You will have something similar in your shortcut  "C:\Program
Files\Citrix\ICA Client\pn.exe"  /PNI "u1d0h4dn"  Make sure that you have
the appropriate vl and idx files in your Application Data\Icaclient
directory.  

 

Chris

 

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Good question.

 

At first, I got an error.  Then I opened Program Neighborhood separately,
and let it connect and update the application set.  After that, running the
command line worked.

 

From this, it appears that if you specify an application in the command
line, PN will only launch the app it if it has made a previous connection to
the app set?  I'll keep testing but I'm all ears for any ideas.  I would
really like this to refresh the app set at logon so I can use this in a
large number of mandatory profiles.

 

- Bob

 

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Bob, 

What happens if you try to run the command line directly on one of your
clients? 

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 So I set up an Application Set, set up PN settings, set up application set
settings (including Passthrough authentication) and copied pn.ini,
appsrv.ini, and wfclient.ini to my test user's mandatory profile under
\Application Data\ICAClient.

When I publish PN.exe for my test user, it connects, launches PN, and opens
up the pre-configured application set and I can then proceed to launch
applications in it.

However, when I try to publish something like:

"C:\Program Files\Citrix\ICA Client\pn.exe" /PN:"Yummy Applications"
/APP:"Killer App" I get:

"Unable to resolve application set name."


Any ideas what I am doing wrong?

- Bob Coffman

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