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The Adobe Acrobat Reader application stops to respond. This issue is observed on a Server console, RDP, and ICA Connections versions 9.1, 9.5, and 10.1.0.
This issue exists only on a 64-bit server. The Adobe Acrobat Reader application that is installed on 32-bit server functions as expected.
Several Adobe Acrobat Reader .dll
A cool Blog article by AndrewMorgan.ie about replacing the default Windows Devices and Printers option with the RES Workspace Manager PowerPrint. Check here to view the article.
The free RES Showcase from Virtual Engine is designed to allow you to evaluate and perform Proof of Concepts (PoC) in a pre-installed and pre-configured demonstration environment. Included in the RES Showcase are RES Workspace Manager, RES Automation Manager, RES Service Orchestration, RES VDX with Subscriber, Citrix XenApp, Microsoft App-V and Exchange 2010.
Recently a new blog is launched by a RES Software colleague: My Virtual Environment. A blog about RES Workspace Manager User Settings, Registry Tips and Hacks and scripts for RES Automation Manager.
Check out the first article: http://myve.nl/huge-reduction-in-firefox-profile-size-with-res-workspace-manager/
More to come and looking forward to it …
Good post @RES Software blog site about the RES Workspace Manager “Disable Active Setup” feature.
Check out here: http://blog.ressoftware.com/index.php/2011/12/29/disable-active-setup-revealed/
Also Helge Klein created an interesting article concerning the Active Setup: http://helgeklein.com/blog/2010/04/active-setup-explained/#comment-6155
Interview with Bob de Kousemaeker (Product Manager) and Jeff Wettlaufer (Director) from RES Software, about context aware computing with RES Software Products
For the second time now, I came across a customer scenario where RES Workspace Manager User Settings (on a global level) is configured to preserve and apply Windows Control Panel settings. During logon of a Windows 7 session the RES WM Splashscreen delays for a minute or more on loading these control panel settings.
The following scenario:
RES Workspace Manager 2011 session File Types imported for Microsoft Word Creating a new Word document from a Sharepoint environment
When clicking the ‘New Document’ button the following is displayed:
And Notepad is giving its best shot to open the document:
Recently Citrix released a new tool KeepMeLoggedIn on their blog http://blogs.citrix.com/2011/06/02/keepmeloggedin/.
This tool will be added to the next version op XenApp as a feature, see for more information http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX128579.
I investigated the new Citrix tool KeepMeLoggedIn in an environment where also RES Workspace Manager is active.
First a little explanation about the tool without