A workaround has been posted in the forums. Run the following command to exclude Internet Explorer from the multiple montior hooks that Presentation Server provides:
REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Citrix\CtxHook\AppInit_Dlls\Multiple Monitor Hook" /v Exclude /d "iexplore.exe" /t REG_SZ /f
Network Access Protection is a great new feature of Windows Server 2008 that will help you understand the health of your client machines (Windows Vista and Windows XP Service Pack 3) and increase the trust in your network.
Here’s how to create a custom Apple QuickTime 7.x installation for virtualisation. This post specifically deals with virtualising QuickTime with Microsoft App-V, but the general process should be similar for any application virtualisation product.
Microsoft have posted a guide from Microsoft Consulting Services that details their best practises when sequencing applications.
has turned up from Amazon today. This is a hefty book - at 816 pages it weighs a ton but there’s plenty of detail.
Looking to bypass the Windows Live Installer and want direct access to the Live suite application installers? Here’s where to find them. Credits go to the Vistax64 forums and Snakodus.
Like all of the current Adobe applications, the CS3 suite comes bundled with Adobe Updater 5. When you are sequencing any of these applications you should ensure that Updater is disabled or not installed.
The Adobe CS3 products include the Apple Bonjour service for use with the Adobe Version Cue server. You can view information on this implementation here: Adobe Creative Suite 3 and Creative Suite 3 components install Bonjour (Windows)
Adobe uses Macrovision FLEXnet to enforce licensing for their applications. This is a service that is installed when you install any of the CS3 applications and will start when you launch a CS3 application. This licensing tool is installed even if you are using volume license media.