Configuring Citrix Metaframe for Windows 2000 Terminal Services describes all the means in using both Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame in an environment. The book specifically covers ways on designing the infrastructure, implementing the plan, troubleshooting the deployment, and configuring servers and clients. The text also explains the process of deploying applications over the Internet, monitoring end users, and securing applications and data. The book also directs how to improve applications' performance with thin clients.This is partly to keep from conflicting with Novella#39;s Netware search drive mapping conventions. ... Disabling client drive autocreation does not prevent users from manually mapping drives. ... By using a seamless windows connection, an administrator can publish an application shortcut directly to a clienta#39;s desktop that willanbsp;...
|Title||:||Configuring Citrix Metaframe for Windows 2000 Terminal Services|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2000-12-06|