[THIN] Receiver 3.0 changed end user icon?

  • From: "James Scanlon" <James.Scanlon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 14:46:03 -0000

We have installed the receiver 3.0 on our test environment.
We use xenapp only - not XenDesktop etc...
And have found that when calling pnagent.exe or pnmain.exe the icon is
now black - called the receiver - along with numerous and options to
exit, Preferences etc.....
All the 'right click' option have changed - users can open preferences
and turn on settings, right click and exit the application.

For access 'just the same way as previous' can we just load PNAGENT as
it used to run?
Or alternatively can we just 'hide the preferences and exit' menu items
in the receiver window?
If we use this ADM file (or its listed registry keys)
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX126787)? If we hide the Icon - how
will clients refresh their applications?
Or do we need to stay with version 12.x of the XenApp Client and be done
with it???



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