This is a about a week old (I’ve been away in Italy so I’m a bit behind), but Adobe have released Reader 8.1.1. Currently only available in English with quite a few languages still only receiving 8.0. You can download the full installer here and find what’s been updated here. Good news is that my deployment instructions and transform for 8.1 are still valid for this version.
Citrix provide a nice installer for the Access Management Console that you can automate to script the installation of the AMC. However, if you’ve ever needed to remove the AMC you’ll find that you need to remove each component one at a time. Because there are 9 components, this can become a little tedious.
Don’t get me started on the ridiculousness of wrapping an MMC console around a web application served by Apache Tomcat to administer McAfee’s ePolicy Orchestrator (surely one or the other, not both), but you may see this error after you log into the console instead of seeing the expected settings window:
The Short NAP is a (semi-regular) quick list of Microsoft Network Access Protection and Server/Domain Isolation related links from around the web. Here are the links for Friday the 28th of September 2007:
Update [November 2011]: Adobe has released Flash Player 11 in both 32-bit and 64-bit packages. The links below will only provide you with Flash Player 10. To obtain the installers for Flash Player 11, see the following articles:
The Short NAP is a (semi-regular) quick list of Microsoft Network Access Protection and Server/Domain Isolation related links from around the web. This one is a little too semi-regular, so this is almost three months worth of links. Here are the links for Wednesday the 12th of September 2007:
Don’t call it a service pack, but what’s a service pack by any other name? Seems it’s a “Supportability Update”. Microsoft have released an update for ISA Server 2006 that brings the features that ISA Server 2004 got with Service Pack 3. Here’s the breakdown of what’s included:
In a previous post I detailed updating your Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 environment to support true/high colour icons for published applications. One of the steps mentioned in the post is that you need to delete and re-publish each of your published applications to get a high colour icon, which detailed in the release notes for PSE450W2K3R01.
If you’re looking at deploying the updated Access Management Console you might be interested in how to perform an unattended install. There are really two ways to do this: