[THIN] Re: Ica Session

  • From: "Jeff Pitsch" <jepitsch@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 13:29:58 -0400

If you've mapped a network drive, then it's normal windows networking.  If
it's client drive mapping, it's ICA.  PS doesn't change the functionality of
windows in any way.


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On 9/15/06, David <dmauri@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Jeff Pitsch escribió: > If it's through client drive mappings it's through the ICA virtual > channel. > > > Jeff Pitsch > Microsoft MVP - Terminal Server > Provision Networks VIP > > Forums not enough? > Get support from the experts at your business > http://jeffpitschconsulting.com <http://jeffpitschconsulting.com/> > > > > > On 9/14/06, *David* <dmauri@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:dmauri@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote: > > Hi list, > > just one question. > If a user are copying files from the server to his/her laptop (a > file to > his/her hdd), > the file goes through ica session (port1494) or through a diferent > port > outside ica channel?? > > thanks. > ************************************************ > For Archives, RSS, to Unsubscribe, Subscribe or > set Digest or Vacation mode use the below link: > //www.freelists.org/list/thin > ************************************************ > > but, if is through a network unit? what happens? not client drive mapping. ************************************************ For Archives, RSS, to Unsubscribe, Subscribe or set Digest or Vacation mode use the below link: //www.freelists.org/list/thin ************************************************

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