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JollyOrc

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Is there a way to get this running in a multi-user environment, as a Citrix XenApp server for example?

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Christian Buggedei
SMP Management AG, Hamburg, Germany
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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Can you specify what problem with WS Client do you have?
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JollyOrc

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When a user is logged in, and another one joins the server, the Workspace Connector reports that the necessary http port is already in use.
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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In the current version only one running instance of WS Client is supported. Support for multiple instances running in different sessions will be part of a next version.
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NorthernAlberta

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Does anybody know if the new Workspace 2.0 client now works properly on terminal servers? It wasn't listed in the release notes.
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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Hello,

not yet. Unfortunately it requires significant changes in the communication between the app running in the web browser and the desktop client.

[Updated on: Mon, 23 July 2012 14:30]

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Walter Huff

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im running 3 2008 x86 terminal servers with the workspace 2.0 client with no issues(so far anyway) but it does take about 15 to 20 minutes for the client to install.
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