You see, a standard client install is usually crawling with IE-specific junk to allegedly make it easier to launch applications, and you’re usually better off using the ICA connection manager and configuring connections by hand – and not using the browser at all.
- [GlobalSign SSL Root Certificate] (needed for our particular config and some non-Windows clients)
- Brian Madden’s Book, available as a PDF.
- Citrix widget
- [Bruno’s notes] on running it on older Ubuntu versions.
- The Mac OS X client (version 7.0) only installed properly under an administrative account – in the sense that it doesn’t even know how to ask for the administrative password and bombs out. It has no provision for a system tray/notification area or support for seamless windows.
- The Java client supports seamless windows in Mac OS X, but it requires some tweaking and careful reading of the documentation (it is also buggy, but tolerably so).
[Terminal Services]: Terminal Services