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Citrix MetaFrame is the de facto standard for hosting and delivering applications from Windows-based servers. Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0 is optimized for performance under Windows Server 2003, particularly Terminal Services. This book covers all the topics needed to plan, design, and implement a reliable, scalable server-based computing solution in a Citrix/Windows 2003 environment. Whether you are building thin client environments for disaster recovery purposes or rolling Citrix MetaFrame out as the network model for the day-to-day activities of the company, you will find this book to be a great resource. It offers advice and direction on optimization, redundancy, troubleshooting, and scalability together with disaster recovery and business continuity planning and implementation... Read more
Citrix-authorized guide explains how to build a robust, reliable, and scalable thin-client computing environment and deploy Windows 2000/Windows 2003 Server and MetaFrame. You'll also learn to centralize application management, reduce software on the desktop, and eliminate terminal emulation... Read more
A completely updated version of the bestselling first edition, this book is a real world field guide that details the design and deployment of MetaFrame XP environments. Written from years of practical experience, it provides readers with the insight needed to tackle tough design issues, including printing, replicated data stores, NFuse classic, server farm design, coexistence with MetaFrame 1.8, integration with Novell, licensing, and security. A conversational writing style makes the book a pleasure to read, and concepts are reinforced with over 120 diagrams and 140 decision-based advantages/disadvantages comparison charts. The world's largest consulting companies have made the first edition of this book 'required reading' for their Citrix consultants, and thousands of readers have used it to guide them through MetaFrame XP technical planning, design, and implementation... Read more
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