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Citrix NFuse 1.5: Part 1 – Basic Setup and Configuration

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This is the first in a three-part look at the Citrix NFuse 1.5 product. In this article I will Windows Thin Client expert Todd Mathers provides an overview of the role of NFuse, looks briefly at each of its individual components and finishes up with a step-by-step walkthrough of the setup and configuration of a basic NFuse environment.
This is the first in a three-part look at the Citrix NFuse 1.5 product. In this article I will Windows Thin Client expert Todd Mathers provides an overview of the role of NFuse, looks briefly at each of its individual components and finishes up with a step-by-step walkthrough of the setup and configuration of a basic NFuse environment.

Todd is the author of Windows NT/2000 Thin Client Solutions: Implementing Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame (New Riders, 2000).

Test Environment Configuration

My initial test environment will be configured as follows:

  • The Web server is a Windows 2000 Server running IIS 5.0.

  • Four Windows 2000 Servers are being used with Terminal Services and MetaFrame 1.8/SP2. The FR1 licenses are not currently installed. All of the servers are located in the same farm and are publishing Microsoft Word 2000, PowerPoint 2000, and a custom Visual Basic application.

  • The Web server and the MetaFrame servers are located on separate subnets.

  • All of the users are located within a corporate intranet. There are currently no Internet access requirements.

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