Post your questions now for the experts at PubForum 2004 Oktoberfest

As many of you know, the semi-anual PubForum gathering of Citrix experts is taking place in Munich in a few days. With so many smart people in one place, I figured it was a perfect opportunity to get some of your questions answered.

As many of you know, the semi-anual PubForum gathering of Citrix experts is taking place in Munich in a few days. With so many smart people in one place, I figured it was a perfect opportunity to get some of your questions answered.

So, if you were in a room full of independent Citrix and Terminal Server experts, what would you ask them? Would it be about their preferred user profile configuration? Server sizing? Licensing? The future of the industry? Certifcations?

Post your questions as comments at the end of this article and I'll raise them to the group at PubForum this week. I'll post their answers next week.

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This message was originally posted by itay on September 21, 2004
In order to deploy a full-rdp solution with a drp and a decent load-balancing what load balancer should you use?
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This message was originally posted by JayJay on September 21, 2004
Citrix has a session disconnect feature that allows you to log in at one station and logoff and relogon on another station and start where you left off? What would be the key to making this happen in a Terminal Services Environment over RDP?
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This message was originally posted by Kimmo on September 21, 2004
You can have that with pure TS...
Either implement NLB (Network Load Balancing) with Session Directory in Windows 2003 OR check out wtsgateway over at terminal-services.net
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This message was originally posted by Kimmo on September 21, 2004
1) A free profile management solution, like FlexProfiles, but with an added GUI.
2) A TuneUp application with all of the ts/ctx hax included. I'm aware that there are some apps out, but they are quite limited. I'd like to have a community uppdated application that would implement all of the tweaks and haxors in single interface
3) A Best Practice whitepaper on setting up the 'perfect' TS/CTX server

//Kimmo
http://jernstrom.org
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This message was originally posted by Steve on September 22, 2004
Novell and Tarantella Sign OEM Agreement to Enable Secure Remote Access Software Appliance
Appliance Powers New Business Model to Customers, Channel Partners and OEMs

Barcelona, Spain -- BrainShare Europe 2004 -- September 14, 2004 --
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This message was originally posted by xs4citrix on September 22, 2004
The pictures from day 1:
<a href="http://www.printingsupport.com/munich">http://www.printingsupport.com/munich</a>
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I hv a TS running on w2k Advanced Server. I hv clients with xp prof machines. Client machines hv local printers. Clients can print to their local printers from any application on their machines. Clients CANNOT print when in TS session. I can print to a local printer in TS Session when logged on as an ADMINISTRATOR on a client machine. These clients were able to print to their local printers before.

What is the problem? Thank you for your help.
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