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This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. The opinions expressed within are my own and should not be attributed to any other Individual, Company or the one I work for. I just happen to be a classic techie who is passionate about getting things to work as they should do (and are sometimes advertised and marketed as being able to?) and when I can I drop notes here to help others falling in to the same traps that I have fallen in to. If this has helped then please pass it on - if you feel that I have commented in error or disagree then please feel free to discuss with me either publically or privately? Cheers, Dave
Thin Clients, VDI and Linux integration from the front lines.... Raw and sometimes unedited notes based on my experiences with VMware, Thin Clients, Linux etc.
This handy little hint at Session Computing popped up on ThinComputing

Windows Terminal Server and Citrix Presentation Server are wonderful ways to deploy secure applications to corporate users, however like anything else there are some guidelines to follow. This page lists best practices for securing Windows Terminal Server or Citrix Presentation Server.

The really nice part of this is that it doesn't get bogged down with details - it just tells you like it is

In the same vein of Security, be aware that AppSense will be unveiling their new AppSense Security Center in 4 days time, if you really don't like the thought of your users potentially running rouge apps or virus's this is not a bad solution at all. 

Posted on Wednesday, January 11, 2006 8:07 PM Citrix , IT Management , Real Cool Stuff , Microsoft Tips , Security | Back to top

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