CITRIX ACCESS SUITE 4 ADVANCED CONCEPTS: THE OFFICIAL GUIDE, 2/E

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Date

February 10, 2006

Format

Electronic book text, 803 pages

ISBN

0071501746 / 9780071501743

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Overview


Main description

  • Provides detailed and advanced configuration information for all Access Suite components
  • Covers every installation option and provides in-depth technical information on custom installations
  • Covers the implementation of all four database options: IBM, SQL Server, Oracle, and Access


Table of contents

Part I: An Introduction to Citrix Access Suite Chapter 1: Introduction to Citrix Access Suite and Components Chapter 2: Server Configuration Design and Recommendations Chapter 3: Independent Management Architecture Chapter 4: Data Store Design and Recommendations Chapter 5: Citrix Presentation Server 4.0 Deployment Chapter 6: Novell Directory Services Integration Chapter 7: Advanced Access Control Chapter 8: Password Manager Chapter 9: Conferencing Manager Chapter 10: Security Issues and Guidelines Part II: Access Suite: Administration, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting Chapter 11: Application Publishing and Deployment Chapter 12: Advanced Multimedia, CPU and Memory Optimization, and Virtual IP Addressing Chapter 13: Printer Management Chapter 14: Farm Maintenance Chapter 15: Password Manager Administration Chapter 16: Tuning and Optimizations Chapter 17: Presentation Server Troubleshooting Chapter 18: Troubleshooting the Other Access Suite Products Chapter 19: Disaster Recovery Planning and Configuration Part III: Appendices APPENDIX A: ERROR MESSAGES APPENDIX B: REGISTERED CITRIX PORTS APPENDIX C: FILES, FOLDER LOCATIONS, AND REGISTRY ENTRIES FOR THE PRESENTATION SERVER CLIENT FOR 32-BIT WINDOWS APPENDIX D: TESTED HARDWARE APPENDIX E: CITRIX PRESENTATION SERVER 4.0 FOR MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 x64 EDITION INDEX


Author comments

Steve Kaplan is president of AccessFlow, and also runs By the Bell, an ROI consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations assess the value of implementing enterprise access platforms. He is co-author of Citrix Access Suite for Windows Server 2003: The Official Guide (McGraw-Hill/Osborne).

Andy Jones is an industry expert in Access Infrastructure and technologies surrounding and supporting the solution. He is currently an area service director for MTM Technologies, the premier Citrix Platinum reseller in North America.


Back cover copy

THE ONLY AUTHORIZED GUIDE TO COVER ALL COMPONENTS OF CITRIX ACCESS SUITE 4

Install, configure, and deploy Citrix Access Suite 4 on any platform with help from this expert guide. Citrix Access Suite 4 Advanced Concepts: The Official Guide covers both the technical and business requirements for implementing a Citrix access platform capable of accommodating thousands of users running desktop applications from central datacenters. You'll find in-depth analyses of the three Citrix Access Suite components -- Citrix Presentation Server, Citrix Access Gateway, and Citrix Password Manager. Advanced techniques for troubleshooting, optimization, tuning, and security are included.

  • Deploy Citrix Presentation Server across a large enterprise successfully
  • Meet bandwidth requirements for Independent Management Architecture (IMA) communication
  • Use Novell Directory Services with Citrix Presentation Server, Web Interface, and the Presentation Server Win32 Client
  • Gain insights from Citrix eLabs server load and capacity and integration testing
  • Implement server and client security measures
  • Enable advanced access control with Citrix Access Gateway
  • Maximize the capabilities of Citrix Password Manager and Citrix Conferencing Manager
  • Publish and deploy application packages with Installation Manager
  • Tune, optimize, and troubleshoot Citrix Presentation Server
  • Plan for and handle disaster recovery





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