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Inside Citrix® MetaFrame XP™: A System Administrator's Guide to Citrix MetaFrame XP/1.8™ and Windows® Terminal Services

Inside Citrix® MetaFrame XP™: A System Administrator's Guide to Citrix MetaFrame XP/1.8™ and Windows® Terminal Services

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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Publication Date: 08-APR-2002

Insert Date: 27-DEC-2002

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Inside Citrix MetaFrame is a comprehensive administrator's guide to deploying applications using thin-client technology. It includes coverage of all aspects of planning, installing, administering and troubleshooting a Windows Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame solution. Significant focus is put on building enterprise application web portals using Citrix MetaFrame and NFuse technology. This book offers real-world solutions, top ten tips, command and technical article references, lists of technical resources and web sites available, and lots of technical coverage that will help you when you...

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Windows NT/2000 Thin Client Solutions: Implementing Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame

Windows NT/2000 Thin Client Solutions: Implementing Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame

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Publisher: Sams

Publication Date: 22-JUN-2000

Insert Date: 25-SEP-2002

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Windows NT, Terminal Server Edition (TSE) is an extension to NT Server that allows applications to run one centralized location while being presented on multiple client devices. Designed to decrease total cost of ownership, when used in conjunction with Citrix's MetaFrame product. TSE has also resulted in dramatic (500% or more) performance increase in standard NT administration tools and some database applications. A new edition is necessary to document this new functionality, and also the challenges that system architects will have to address as they design their W2K networks and then...