This information can be very useful, because as you might know, there are build numbers and version numbers, and it become a mess very fast when you try to list all ICA client version connecting your Citrix Presentation / XenApp servers. 4.00.581 4.00.686 4.20.715 4.20.727 4.20.741 4.21.779 6.00.910 6.01.963 6.01.964 6.01.967 6.20.985 6.30.1050 6.31.1051 7.00.17534 7.01.20497 7.10.21845 7.10.22650 8.00.24737 8.100.29670 9.00.32649 9.10.36280 9.150.39151 9.200.44376 9.230.50211 9.237.53063 9.7 (Java client) 10.00.45418 10.00.49686 10.00.52110 10.100.55836 10.150.58643 10.200.2650 11.00.5284 (beta Windows) 11.00.5357 184.108.40.20657 220.127.116.1160 11.16.153430 18.104.22.168077 (Mac) 22.214.171.124560 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 11.3.143202 (HP Thin Client) 220.127.116.11933 (Mac) 18.104.22.168921 (Mac) 22.214.171.124268 (Mac) 126.96.36.199893 188.8.131.52834 184.108.40.20610 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 (ActiveX Web Client - Fix for IE9) 188.8.131.52 (beta Project Mach 3) 184.108.40.20645 (with Receiver 220.127.116.11410 - Windows) 18.104.22.16884 (XenApp 6.5 DVD) 22.214.171.12485 (Citrix website download) 126.96.36.199 (with Receiver 3.1 Tech Preview - Windows There are several way to list all client version connecting to a PS or XenApp farm, my favorite because the simplest one is by using Edgesight. You need to open you Edgesight website and go to the "Browse" tab and then click on "Session" category and this is it "ICA Client Version" is here waiting for your click. The result will be this kind of report : I will post in next few days how to retrieve the client version with a vbs script and then using Powershell scripting. Updated 08 Dec 2010 : added more detail about version 11.3.143202 and some new version released. Updated 23 Sept 2011 : Many client version added, Java & Mac Updated 30 Oct 2011 : added 188.8.131.52 (Receiver 3.1 Tech Preview) Update 21 Nov 2011 : added 184.108.40.206268 (Mac) Update 22 Nov 2011 : added XenApp 6.5 DVD media plug-ins + ActiveX versions (Thx Neil Spellings)
If you choose the easy way with the rpm file, it wont work. You have to change few things before being able to launch any Citrix XenApp application get the client from citrix get openmotif from http://www.motifzone.net/filebrowser/openmotif/2.3/2.3.1 (at least version 2.3.1, there is a package for fedora 9 but it installs fine in 12) disable the cjkuni fonts (why?) # cd cd /usr/share/fonts/ # mv cjkuni/fonts.dir cjkuni/fonts.dir.disabled # mv cjkuni/fonts.scale cjkuni/fonts.scale.disabled Now the ctirix client starts as it should.
This update has been released and is quite big, almost 500Mb (!) The 10.6.2 Update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Snow Leopard and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, including fixes for: an issue that might cause your system to logout unexpectedly a graphics distortion in Safari Top Sites Spotlight search results not showing Exchange contacts a problem that prevented authenticating as an administrative user issues when using NTFS and WebDAV file servers the reliability of menu extras an issue with the 4-finger swipe gesture an issue that causes Mail to quit unexpectedly when setting up an Exchange server Address Book becoming unresponsive when editing a problem adding images to contacts in Address Book an issue that prevented opening files downloaded from the Internet Safari plug-in reliability general reliability improvements for iWork, iLife, Aperture, Final Cut Studio, MobileMe, and iDisk an issue that caused data to be deleted when using a guest account For detailed information on this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3874. For information on the security content of this update, please visit: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222.
So I got my new computer, a Mac, yes I step in, first because i'm curious and second because I need a Mac environment to develop some Iphone applications and I was tired to fight to install Snow Leopard on regular computer. I gave my Asus Eeepc 1000HE to my mum so I needed to buy a new computer. I choose a MacBook Unibody, the new one with 2gb of ram, as soon as I got it I installed Windows 7 with bootcamp on it and I wanted to make some new VM to work but 2gb memory was clearly not enought. So I bought 2x2gb OCZ (OCZ SO-DIMM DDR3 2 x 2 Go PC8500) and open my MacBook to change that : There are 8 screws to open this computer : The I add to unclip the back, and it came by itself, now you can see the hard drive and memory module above These are the Samsung memory module The second one is under The new ones in their package Here we go It fits :) And this is it, putting back the bottom of the MacBook and boot the computer up [flash http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XL-4aYu3ioI]
Citrix released earlier this week a new Citrix Receiver version (1.1) and this one look like finished.Â You can check bellow screenshots of this new UI There is some missing point to this tool, most of company made the choice to deploy the PNAgent and by experience many users are now use to launch their XenApp application through the start menu but also right clicking the PNAgent icon on the task bar. This is not possible any more, I really think this feature should be back to allow a massive deployment.