Why is it called "Common Sense"? It doesn't seem all that common!
Try specifying another port the SQL server connection. A "known error" is that SQL sometimes uses port 12001 and not 1433 as one would normally use.Here is a dsn file you can try:[ODBC]DRIVER=SQL ServerUID=sql-user-nameTrusted_connection=NoNetwork=DBMSSOCNDATABASE=CitrixDatastoreWSID=Terminal-Server-NameAPP=CitrixIMASERVER=SQL-Server-Name,12001Description=XenApp 5 DatastoreRegards,Tord BergsetThinmaster.comICA-Jackass
I got the same problem, and the solution for me was to add the server in the hosts-file in the windows catalogue. The server i tried to connect to had two network-interfaces and that caused a problem for the servers connecting to one of the interfaces. Adding the static ip together with the servername (both full name and servername) worked for me.