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Syngress's best-selling Citrix MetaFrame author to delivers world class support for this new product
As the newest member of the Citrix MetaFrame product family, Citrix MetaFrame XP and recent add-on Feature Release 1 is making a slash in the IT community.
Configuring Citrix MetaFrame XP for Windows offers system administrators and network engineers an in-depth look at configuring, optimizing, implemnting and troubleshooting their Windows applications deployed using Citrix MetaFrame XP. Real-world examples and step-by-step exercises will help system administrators maxinise the capabilities of this revolutionary product from Citrix.
The only book to-date to provide comprehensive coverage of the eagerly awaited Feature Release 1 add-on
Citrix MetaFrame is a rapidly growing technology; as companies adopt thin-client technology, the number of Certified Citrix Administrators (CCAs) is set to skyrocket
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Citrix MetaFrame XP is a popular tool for people running "lights-off" data centers that must be administered remotely. Configuring Citrix Metaframe XP for Windows explains how the software works and why it remains important even with the improved Terminal Services native to Windows XP and the upcoming Microsoft .NET Server. More importantly, the authors go into great detail on how you should go about designing and setting up a system based on the latest remote session software from Citrix. This is the book you want to use as you plan your implementation on paper, and then begin to set it up on the equipment rack.
More than anything else, this book is about documentation of nearly every little interface detail that appears on your screen as you set up and run MetaFrame XP. Want to know the meaning of every column header in the Licenses menu panel of the Citrix Management Console? It's in here. Similarly, you'll find a procedure for allocating licenses to specific servers, and another procedure for pooling licenses for use across a collection of servers. Conceptual information--what talks to what, when, and for what reason--gets less coverage, but there's enough of that to help you design smooth-running and reliable systems. Think of this as a best practices design guide combined with an administrator's manual. --David Wall
Topics covered: The features of all three versions of Citrix MetaFrame: XPs, XPa, and XPe, as well as of the NFuse utility for allowing access to applications via Web browsers, as they are implemented in the Windows version of the Citrix products. There's information on design strategies that have worked for others, as well as on installing the software, publishing applications on it, and configuring it for maximum ease-of-use and scalability. Special sections address NFuse portals, remote accessibility, and printing problems.About the Author:
Melissa Craft (CCNA, MCNE, MCSE, Network+, CNE-3, CNE-4, CNE-GW, CNE-5, CCA) is the Vice President and CIO for Dane Holdings, Inc., a financial services corporation in Phoenix, AZ, where she manages Web development, and the LAN and WAN for the company. Ralph "JJ" Crump (CCNP/CCDP, Citrix CCEA, MCSE, MCNE, Cisco Security Specialist, and Compaq ASE) is a Senior Consulting Engineer for an advanced solutions consulting firm in Atlanta, GA. Craig Luchtefeld (MCSE, MCP+I, CCEA, CCNA) is a Senior Network Engineer for STL Technology Partners, a leading information technology systems provider in the Central Illinois region. Chris Broomes (MCSE, MCT, MCP+I, CCNA) is a Senior Network Analyst at Devon IT, a leading enterprise service provider specializing in voice and data network design, security, and VPN solutions based in King of Prussia, PA. Chris co-authored Hack Proofing Your Web Applications (Syngress Publishing, ISBN: 1-928994-31-8). Connie Wilson (CAN, MSCE, CCA) is a Senior Network Engineer with GE Capital in a designated "Center of Excellence" technology site. Elias N. Khnaser (CCEA, MCSE, CCNA, CCA, MCP + I) is currently the Citrix Network Engineer for General Growth Properties and is a contributing author at Techrepublic.com. Thomas Eck (MCSE+I, MCSD, MCDBA, CCA, ASE, CNA, GCA) is a Senior Specialist with Perot Systems Corporation's Financial Services Industry Group. Thomas also writes for Windows & .NET Magazine's Solutions journals.
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