[THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5

  • From: "julien, Sybille" <sybille_juls@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2012 10:09:59 -0700 (PDT)

have a look to this CTX

Âhttp://support.citrix.com/article/CTX133835


ÂJulien 




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> DeÂ: Jeremy Saunders <jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>ÃÂ: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>Envoyà le : Lundi 29 octobre 2012 16h18
>ObjetÂ: [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5
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>Thatâs a known issue. You need to create a registry value called 
>LogoffCheckerStartupDelayInSeconds. More info here: 
>http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX128953
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>Cheers,
>Jeremy.
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>From:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
>aaron.mason@xxxxxxx
>Sent: Monday, 29 October 2012 8:56 PM
>To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5
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>Gotcha, ÂUnderstand that. ÂStill having issues with that command as well. In 
>watch the login process for this pub app, the explorer does start, but 
>immediately closes and then logs the session off. ÂBut if you already have 
>another pub app open and then start the windows explorer, everything opens up 
>as expected. ÂVery strange. 
>
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>Aaron J Mason 
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>From:  Webster <webster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>  
>To:  "thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,  
>Date:  10/27/2012 10:19 AM  
>Subject:  [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5  
>Sent by:  thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
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>The â/Dâ comes from the CD command (back when us old farts did everything from 
>the CLI and had to know all this stuff). ÂCD /D will change the current drive 
>in addition to changing the current directory. 
>Â 
>Start /d âc:\windowsâ explorer.exe 
>Â 
>Essentially does the following: 
>Â 
>C: 
>Cd \windows 
>Explorer.exe 
>Â 
>If you did Start /d âj:\folder1\folder2â someprogram.exe 
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>Does: 
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>J: 
>Cd \folder1\folder2 
>Someprogram.exe 
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>Does that help? 
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>Thanks 
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>Carl Webster 
>Consultant and Citrix Technology Professional 
>http://www.CarlWebster.com 
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>From:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
>aaron.mason@xxxxxxx
>Subject: [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5 
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>hmm...Same result. 
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>what does the /d do? ÂI didn't see that as an available option in the /? 
>
>Thanks for your time, 
>
>Aaron J Mason 
>From:  Alan Tropper <Alan.Tropper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>  
>Subject:  [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5  
>Sent by:  thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
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>Hi, 
>Â
>I use a simple batch file to call explorer and publish it as explorer for 
>users: 
>Â
>start /d "c:\windows" /b explorer.exe 
>Â
>Cheers 
>Â
>Al 
>Â
>From:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx[mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
>aaron.mason@xxxxxxx
>Subject:[THIN] Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5 
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>Hi all, 
>
>Running in to a little issue. ÂWe are looking to publish out the windows 
>explorer for file management. ÂIn a Citrix article, the best practice is to 
>use the "iexplore.exe /e" Âmethod to open it. 
>
>Issue: 
>
>When calling it in this method, when a user closes out the window to close the 
>session, the iexplore process hangs around and does not close, thus the 
>session stays open. ÂI thought may user the LogoffCheckSysModules in the 
>registry to close this upon session close out time, but it kills the process 
>right away when attempting to open. 
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>Anyone see this before or have any thought? ÂAlso, if anyone is using any 3rd 
>party file manager utilities, please feel free to respond as well and give me 
>your feed back. 
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