This is a short guide to install with the basic requirements the Citrix Web Interface 5.0.1 on a Windows 2003 R2 / sp2. First you have to install IIS Components from the add/remove program in the control panel. If you don't know what to install request more information I will post screenshot of component you need to choose. After we need to install Framework 3.5 SP1 from Microsoft. You need to install Microsoft Visual J# Net 2. From here begin the installation of Citrix Web Interface, first we need to install Web Interface 5.0.1 Access Management Console Extension and then we can begin to deploy the Web Interface installer 5.0.1 and you can watch the installation of the two Citrix components in the video bellow : [flash http://www.archy.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/webinterface51-windows-2003.swf]

[Actually it doesn't work with Windows 7 RC1 build 7100 - You need to check commentaries to find out, or in here : http://www.archy.net/2009/05/14/vmware-workstation-nat-problem-on-windows-7-rc-build-7100/ ] Vmware workstation 6.5.1 build-126130 can be installed on Microsoft Windows 7 beta without any problem. I was able to open all my VM but I had an issue with the network nat translation. All my VM didn't had internet access through the host nat (Windows 7) I searched a bit on internet and found several person who had the same issue and here come the work around : 1. Run the Virtual Network Editor as Administrator (Use RunAS or right click and Run as Administrator on vmnetcfg.exe) 2. Goto Host Virtual Adapters and remove all VMNet instances (VMNet1 and VMNet8 typically). 3. Click Apply. 4. Add New and Assign it the new adapter to VMnet1. 5. Click Apply. 6. Select the Host Virtual Networking tab. 7. Click the > next to VMnet1 and change the address and subnet to the ICS network (192.168.0.0 / 255.255.255.0) 8. Click Apply. 9. Go to the NAT tab and select VMNet1. 10. Click Edit and change the Gateway to the ICS gateway IP (192.168.0.1) 11. Click Apply and restart the NAT service. (Counter-intuitive, I know.) 12. Go to the DHCP tab. 13. Add VMNet1 and remove all others. 14. Click Apply. 15. Select Properties of VMNet1 in DHCP Tab. 16. Enter a Start and End Address for DHCP Scope (192.168.0.50 to 192.168.0.75 as an example) 17. Adjust client lease to a few days to avoid potential DHCP client renewal timeouts. 18. Click OK / Click Apply. 19. Select Host Only Networking for every VM that needs NAT out to your host network/internet. 20. Enable ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on the W7 Host network card that provides connectivity. Select VMNet1 as the network card that needs access. It did the trick with my VM Windows XP SP3 and I have to try with the other I have. Link : http://blog.tiensivu.com/aaron/archives/1818-How-to-get-VMWare-Workstation-6.5-Guest-VM-NAT-working-with-a-Windows-7-Build-7000-host.html Edit : I add some screenshots, this is the way it works for my Windows 7 computer (192.168.0.0/24) add for John :

This error "Cannot connect to the Citrix XenApp Server" happen from time to time, this is a message from the XenApp plugin (ICA Client). Today I had this one because we have move some servers and they had to change their IP address. The IT server team told me everything was done I should be able to put this machine back in production, all changes have been done and everything is working well. BUT, when I enable these servers, this windows appear for all the users who try to launch a publish application : This message means the Citrix XenApp server cannot be reach with the address return by the datacollector. So i have assume the server team did the change on the network configuration of the servers but didn't reboot it... To be fast, I make the choice to just restart the IMA service, it did the trick.

Here comes some shortcuts for Windows 7 : General Win+Up Maximize Win+Down Restore / Minimize Win+Left Snap to left Win+Right Snap to right Win+Shift+Left Jump to left monitor Win+Shift+Right Jump to right monitor Win+Home Minimize / Restore all other windows Win+T Focus the first taskbar entry Pressing again will cycle through them, you can can arrow around. Win+Shift+T cycles backwards. Win+Space Peek at the desktop Win+G Bring gadgets to the top of the Z-order Win+P External display options (mirror, extend desktop, etc) Win+X Mobility Center (same as Vista, but still handy!) Win+# (# = a number key) Launches a new instance of the application in the Nth slot on the taskbar. Example: Win+1 launches first pinned app, Win+2 launches second, etc. Win + + Win + - (plus or minus key) Zoom in or out.   Explorer Alt+P Show/hide Preview Pane   Taskbar modifiers Shift + Click on icon Open a new instance Middle click on icon Open a new instance Ctrl + Shift + Click on icon Open a new instance with Admin privileges Shift + Right-click on icon Show window menu (Restore / Minimize / Move / etc) Note: Normally you can just right-click on the window thumbnail to get this menu Shift + Right-click on grouped icon Menu with Restore All / Minimize All / Close All, etc. Ctrl + Click on grouped icon Cycle between the windows (or tabs) in the group

Here are some more cold weather photo tips. 1) Bring extra camera AND flash batteries. If you are going to photograph outside in the cold, your camera and flash will go through batteries at an astonishing rate. A battery that lasted all day in normal weather may wear down in a matter of minutes in the extreme cold. 2) Keep your spare camera batteries in your pockets, not in the camera bag. They will stay warmer there. 3) Keep cameras and flash units inside your coat when not in use. This will prolong the battery life. 4) Don’t bring the camera from extreme cold into a warm room. You will cause condensation on the lens or worse inside the camera and this can permanently damage both. Allow the camera to gradually warm up or put it in a tightly sealed plastic bag and allow the condensation to form on the bag, not the camera. 5) Make sure to dress warmly. Pay particular attention to keeping your hands, head and feet warm. Cold weather photography can be particularly rewarding if you are prepared for it. But go out without extra batteries and you will have your day cut short every time.