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    Default GNOME Terminal Server Client

    Hi all, I've got a question about the Terminal Server Client on my SuSE11 system running Gnome. First, I absolutely love this app as it lets me handle all of my RDP and VNC connections in one place. Furthermore, I love it because it lets me get to my Citrix published apps without having to go through my browser to get to Citrix.

    My question is this. When I set up a new RDP or VNC connection, it stores the connection as an icon that I can just use to access that connection in the future. But when I choose new ICA connection for Citrix, it takes me to my published apps but it doesn't create an icon for the connection. Is this working as designed? It would seem to me that it should let me set up an icon for a quick-connect like the other protocols but if so, I can't seem to figure out how to do it.


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    Jun 2008

    Default Re: GNOME Terminal Server Client

    When you mean with "SuSE11" SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop you are probably better served at: SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED)

    When you mean with "SUSE11" some openSUSE level, then please state which level exactly.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: GNOME Terminal Server Client

    Sorry for the confusion. We use SLED/SLES in our retail locations so I habitually default to that term. But for this instance, I'm speaking specifically of OpenSuSE 11.3.

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