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

  • From: Joe Shonk <joe.shonk@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2012 11:14:54 -0700

That one is a simple fix.  You need to increase the startup delay before
the Logoff Checker kicks in.

Joe

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Citrix\wfshell\TWI]

"LogoffCheckerStartupDelayInSeconds"=dword:00000010




On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 5:56 AM, <aaron.mason@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Gotcha,  Understand that.  Still 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.  But if you already have
> another pub app open and then start the windows explorer, everything opens
> up as expected.  Very strange.
>
>
> *Aaron J Mason *
> *Windows Server Hosting*
> Enterprise Computing Service
> *PNC Financial Services*
> 4100 W150th (B7-YB17-02-1)
> Cleveland, OH 44135
> 216.257.7146 (office)
> 216.357.0716 (cell)
> Aaron.Mason@xxxxxxx
>
>
>  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
>
> ------------------------------
>
>
>
> The “/D” comes from the CD command (back when us old farts did everything
> from the CLI and had to know all this stuff).  CD /D will change the
> current drive in addition to changing the current directory.
>
> Start /d “c:\windows” explorer.exe
>
> Essentially does the following:
>
> C:
> Cd \windows
> Explorer.exe
>
> If you did Start /d “j:\folder1\folder2” someprogram.exe
>
> Does:
>
> J:
> Cd \folder1\folder2
> Someprogram.exe
>
> Does that help?
>
> Thanks
>
>
> Carl Webster
> Consultant and Citrix Technology Professional
> *http://www.CarlWebster.com* <http://www.carlwebster.com/>
>
> *From:* thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx<thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>]
> *On Behalf Of *aaron.mason@xxxxxxx*
> Subject:* [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5
>
> hmm...Same result.
>
> what does the /d do?  I didn't see that as an available option in the /?
>
> Thanks for your time,
> *
> Aaron J Mason *
>
>   From: Alan Tropper <*Alan.Tropper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx*<Alan.Tropper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >  Subject: [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5  Sent
> by: *thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx* <thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>
> ------------------------------
>
>
> Hi,
>
> I use a simple batch file to call explorer and publish it as explorer for
> users:
>
> start /d "c:\windows" /b explorer.exe
>
> Cheers
>
> Al
>  *
> From:* *thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx* <thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> [*
> mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx* <thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>] *On Behalf
> Of **aaron.mason@xxxxxxx* <aaron.mason@xxxxxxx>*
> Subject:* [THIN] Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5
>
> Hi all,
>
> Running in to a little issue.  We are looking to publish out the windows
> explorer for file management.  In a Citrix article, the best practice is to
> use the "iexplore.exe /e"  method 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.  I 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.
>
>
>
> Anyone see this before or have any thought?  Also, if anyone is using any
> 3rd party file manager utilities, please feel free to respond as well and
> give me your feed back.
>
>
>
>
>
> The contents of this email are the property of PNC. If it was not
> addressed to you, you have no legal right to read it. If you think you
> received it in error, please notify the sender. Do not forward or copy
> without permission of the sender. This message may contain an advertisement
> of a product or service and thus may constitute a commercial electronic
> mail message under US Law. The postal address for PNC is 249 Fifth Avenue,
> Pittsburgh, PA 15222. If you do not wish to receive any additional
> advertising or promotional messages from PNC at this e-mail address, click
> here to unsubscribe. https://pnc.p.delivery.net/m/u/pnc/uni/p.asp
> By unsubscribing to this message, you will be unsubscribed from all
> advertising or promotional messages from PNC. Removing your e-mail address
> from this mailing list will not affect your subscription to alerts,
> e-newsletters or account servicing e-mails.
>
>
>

Other related posts: