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Support for Desktop Plugin under Windows Terminalservices /Citrix

This useful feature needs support for the Windows Terminalservice/Citrix Envirnoment.

The Windows/Citrix environment is the strategy of the IT vendor of saving banks in germany. Without this feature the files application is not practicably usable. (750 Users)


see also: https://connections.ideas.aha.io/ideas/IDEACNCTNS-I-641

  • Guest
  • Sep 23 2019
  • No Plans to Implement
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  • Guest commented
    30 Mar, 2021 10:59am

    We use Notes and Connections. On Desktops the Connections users we have use this Plug in which is really critical to the success of Connections. Because Domino does not support clustering with Notes clients we have to use Terminal Services as critical applications need up to date data that the instant replicating that come with clustering is needed. So we are stuck in a Catch 22 situation - Because of no clustering we have to use Terminal Services, but because of Terminal Services we can't use Connections Plug in.

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    Rene Schimmer commented
    3 Mar, 2021 08:36pm

    Due to limitations of Citrix environments we can only support this via a conditional support statement as we have done in the past. Meaning that if an error occurs and the same error can be replicated in a non-Citrix environment will we be able to address the issue.

  • Guest commented
    28 Jan, 2021 02:04pm

    This feature is critical for us on Windows Server 2019.