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From: Francisco Perez (fperezALITUM.COM)
Date: Thu Mar 29 2001 - 08:35:59 CST
You can communicate to application through the Internet through a ica
protocol. Their is some tweaking that you will have to do encrypt the ica
packet. They have a secure ica client that you can download from citrix
http://www.citrix.com/download and set your encryption level at the citrix
server. Citrix Metaframe 1.8 runs on top of Windows 2000. I would check
out their new release Citrix XP which license on connection instead of
Server based pricing. Currently my company runs a custom portal. We offer
hosted accounting (Great Plains)to various remote clients. I serve this up
through nfuse which communicate to my back-end Citrix Servers. Giving the
accounting application through a web browser which works great.
From: Justin Bloom [mailto:justin.bloomACIS-CAM.UK.COM]
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2001 5:16 AM
Subject: Citrix MetaFrame
Has anybody had any experince of running Citrix MetaFrame system under the
windows envirnoment? or any other for that reason.
Basically I am looking for all the information I can find on the solution
although especially security. It is my understanding that clients can access
applications/data via the internet using this system and that it is all
communicated by encyrption is this encyrption good? and are there any other
security issues with this system?
Any information is welcome