What you (and your IT support person) need to know about installing Landonline in a Citrix or Terminal Services environment.
Before you begin...
- You may want to print this page for easy reference.
- Give some extra information to your IT support person - Provide additional information for network administrators to set up Landonline in Citrix and Terminal Services environments. Please also refer to Providing access to Landonline via Virtual Desktop (VDI) environments, which gives an overview of considerations required when providing access to Landonline via VDI/Terminal Services.
Note: Ensure all software installed into a Terminal Services/Citrix environment is done correctly in "Install Mode". This will ensure that the installed applications are configured to be run by all users of the server.
|Step 1||Install Software||Set up Landonline and the associated applications as documented on the following web pages:|
|Step 2||Configure the UniPrint Client on the Server(s)|
UniPrint software is generally installed on the client workstation. However, if you are using a server based computing environment, the UniPrint client will need to be installed onto your Citrix or Terminal server(s).
Tip: A user has reported that when installing the Uniprint software, even with the terminal server in Install mode, the install path option was set for the logged on user only and the radio button to select Install for all users was greyed out. Their workaround was to install Uniprint in Machine mode using the command: C:\>msiexec /i c:\uniprintclient50.msi ALLUSERS=1 (assumes the installer file is in the C drive)
|Step 3||Install Users' Digital Certificates on the Citrix Terminal|
|Landonline terms and conditions Schedule 1: Digital Certificate user obligations|
Configuration of each user's profile or ICA/RDP Client will allow users to consistently connect to that server. This will ensure that whenever a user attempts to access the Landonline application, their Digital Certificate is available to authenticate them to the secure Landonline logon page.