XenApp 6 Features

In addition to all the great features available today, XenApp 6 has the following new features and enhancements: Citrix Receiver The new Citrix Receiver for Windows supports eight languages with expanded support for plug-ins including Single sign-on, WAN acceleration, App-V and EasyCall. There is a new Dazzle-enabled Receiver for Mac. And for mobile devices, users […]

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XA 5 and 6 differences

Datastore: Core data store changes make mixed farms incompatible because of differences between the structure of and communications to a XenApp 6 and a XenApp 5 data store. Consequently, mixed farms will most likely cause data store corruption. XenApp 6.0 is not capable of contacting an IBM DB2 or Access database. Management consoles: The new […]

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New Features and Changes in XenApp 5

XenApp 5 is designed to bring world-class application delivery to Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 and optimize and enhance the Microsoft platform. To learn more about XenApp 5 for Windows Server 2003, see CTX113699 and CTX116622. Below are the new features and benefits added in XenApp 5. Performance Improvements XenApp 5 includes these […]

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New features in Citrix PS 4.5

Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 (previously codenamed “Project Ohio”) will be released soon. In this article, I’ll describe its new features. In my mind, the most important thing about PS 4.5 is what it is not. Presentation Server 4.5 is NOT a major overall of PS 4. PS 4.5 has several new features—some of which are […]

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New Features of Citrix MetaFrame PS 4

In a much anticipated move, Citrix has made the Tech Preview (beta) version of MetaFrame Presentation Server 4.0 (MPS4) available to partners and iForum attendees. MPS4 contains most (if not all) of the cool new “future technologies” that were previewed at iForum last week. I’ve started writing about some of the new features, and I’ll […]

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