Hi all again!
New Month, New Post...
It's time to face my first package for Citrix, and I'm lost.
I'm looking for information about what conditions/restrictions/guidelines must follow a package to work properly in these environments (Citrix/TS).
I've seen few things about it but I'd like to know if there are any articles, news or a recopilatory related to this theme...
Does anybody has more information or knows where can I find it?
I'll share the result!
Thanksss 4 all in advance!
KrisBcn

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use Active Setup, search the forum for more info about this.

Answered 09/06/2006 by: AngelD
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How to handle the files which are getting installed in the User's profile.
In Terminal server mode repair wont work so is there any way to handle this issue.
On moving the files to All Users profile the application is not working.

Answered 09/06/2006 by: Lillude
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Hi AngelD!
That's more interesting  [:D]
I think I can begin reading it all and start working on it!
Thanks again!
KrisBcn

Answered 09/04/2006 by: KrisBcn
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Make sure to understand "Shadow Registry" (& Timestamp) and Windows IniFiles.
Use Active Setup instead of self-healing for user profile, HKCU is handled by shadow registry. Users do not have permission to run MSI self-healing on TS.

Also take a look at these if you havn't:
Using Windows Installer from a Terminal Server
Rule 32: Anticipate Installation on Terminal Server
Where did my custom action permissions go? Terminal Server is special.

Answered 09/02/2006 by: AngelD
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Hi AngelD,
Thanks for your reply, I've read it and it helps understanding a little bit more, but what I was requesting are the Packaging issues and answers, the personal situations that packagers have been envolved when working for these environments, best practices and rules to follow.

Thanks
KrisBcn

Answered 09/01/2006 by: KrisBcn
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Answered 09/01/2006 by: AngelD
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