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Hotfix Rollup Pack 7 for Citrix XenApp 5 and Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 32-bit Edition

Readme

Hotfix readme name: PSE450W2K3R07.HTML
Hotfix package name: PSE450W2K3R07.MSP
For: Computers running Windows Server 2003 (32-bit) with one of the following installed:

  • XenApp 5 Feature Pack 2
  • XenApp 5
  • Presentation Server 4.5 Feature Pack 1
  • Presentation Server 4.5
  • XenApp Fundamentals 2.0

Replaces:
PSE450W2K3R01, PSE450W2K3R02, PSE450W2K3R03, PSE450W2K3R04, PSE450W2K3R05, PSE450W2K3R06, PSE450R04W2K3044, PSE450R04W2K3045, PSE450R04W2K3046, PSE450R05W2K3039, PSE450R05W2K3041, PSE450R05W2K3042, PSE450R05W2K3043, PSE450R05W2K3045, PSE450R05W2K3046, PSE450R05W2K3047, PSE450R05W2K3048, PSE450R05W2K3049, PSE450R05W2K3050, PSE450R05W2K3054, PSE450R05W2K3056, PSE450R05W2K3057, PSE450R05W2K3059, PSE450R06W2K3001, PSE450R06W2K3004, PSE450R06W2K3005, PSE450R06W2K3006, PSE450R06W2K3008, PSE450R06W2K3009, PSE450R06W2K3010, PSE450R06W2K3011, PSE450R06W2K3013, PSE450R06W2K3014, PSE450R06W2K3015, PSE450R06W2K3016, PSE450R06W2K3017, PSE450R06W2K3018, PSE450R06W2K3019, PSE450R06W2K3020, PSE450R06W2K3021, PSE450R06W2K3022, PSE450R06W2K3023, PSE450R06W2K3024, PSE450R06W2K3025, PSE450R06W2K3026, PSE450R06W2K3028, PSE450R06W2K3030, PSE450R06W2K3031, PSE450R06W2K3033, PSE450R06W2K3035, PSE450R06W2K3036, PSE450R06W2K3037, PSE450R06W2K3038, PSE450R06W2K3039, PSE450R06W2K3041, PSE450R06W2K3042, PSE450R06W2K3043, PSE450R06W2K3044, PSE450R06W2K3045, PSE450R06W2K3046, PSE450R06W2K3047, PSE450R06W2K3048, PSE450R06W2K3050, PSE450R06W2K3051, PSE450R06W2K3053, PSE450R06W2K3054, PSE450R06W2K3055, PSE450R06W2K3056, PSE450R06W2K3058, PSE450R06W2K3060, PSE450R06W2K3061, PSE450R06W2K3062, PSE450R06W2K3063, PSE450R06W2K3064, PSE450R06W2K3065, PSE450R06W2K3066, PSE450R06W2K3067, PSE450R06W2K3071

Date: June, 2011
Language supported: English (US)
Readme version: 1.15

Readme Revision History

Version Date Change Description
1.15 February, 2013 Modified list of invalidated hotfixes
1.14 December, 2012 Modified list of invalidated hotfixes
1.13 November, 2012 Modified list of invalidated hotfixes
1.12 October, 2012 Modified list of invalidated hotfixes
1.11 September, 2012 Modified list of invalidated hotfixes
1.10 August, 2012 Modified list of replaced hotfixes, list of invalidated hotfixes
1.09 June, 2012 Modified list of invalidated hotfixes
1.08 March, 2012 Modified list of replaced hotfixes, list of invalidated hotfixes
1.07 November, 2011 Modified list of invalidated hotfixes.
1.06 September, 2011 Added description of Fix #252520; modified section Contents.
1.05 September, 2011 Removed PSE450R05W2K3050 and PSE450R06W2K3030 from list of invalidated hotfixes.
1.04 August, 2011 Added Important Note about Fix #230816.
1.03 July, 2011 Modified list of replaced hotfixes.
1.02 July, 2011 Added description of Fix #260479.
1.01 July, 2011 Removed description of Fix #233365.
1.00 June, 2011 Initial release

Contents

This hotfix rollup pack replaces all earlier hotfix rollup packs. You can install it on the base product as well as on top of any earlier hotfix rollup pack released for this version of XenApp.

This hotfix rollup pack also replaces most individual hotfixes released for this version of XenApp and introduces a number of new fixes and enhancements that have not been released previously.

This readme file documents the fixes and enhancements that are new in Hotfix Rollup Pack 7. Documentation for fixes from earlier hotfix rollup packs is available from the links below:

Where to Find Documentation

This document describes the issue(s) solved by this hotfix rollup pack and includes installation instructions. The full XenApp and other product documentation is available from Citrix eDocs, the Citrix Product Documentation Library.

Additional documentation of interest:

Before You Install This Hotfix Rollup Pack (Prerequisites)

Prerequisite

Version

Comment

Citrix License Server

11.6.1 or later

A warning appears if the license server has not been upgraded to the required version. The installation proceeds but connections to XenApp servers will not work until the license server is upgraded.

Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable (x86)

8.0.50727.762

This is the recommended version. However, the installation also succeeds if a later version of the Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable is present on the system.

Java Runtime Environment (32-bit)

1.6 Update 14

This is the recommended version. However, the installation also succeeds if a higher version of the JRE is present on the system.

  • For version information about specific prerequisites, see Knowledge Center article CTX125090.

  • Before installing this hotfix rollup pack on servers licensed for Standard Edition, you must migrate those servers to Advanced Edition. Standard Edition was discontinued on Citrix Presentation Server 4.5; installing this hotfix rollup pack on servers licensed for Standard Edition might cause the following error message to appear:

    Citrix Presentation Server is unable to retrieve the product edition. Check to see if the Citrix Independent Management Architecture service is running without errors. Citrix Presentation Server cannot request licenses until it can obtain the product edition - no client devices can connect. If necessary, set the product edition in the Delivery Services Console. The product must be set to the same edition as your licenses.

    To migrate your servers to Advanced Edition, you must obtain an Advanced Edition license and then change the server edition in the Delivery Services Console from Standard to Advanced. For information about obtaining an Advanced Edition license, visit your My Citrix account or contact your reseller.

  • Before installing this hotfix rollup pack, you must uninstall the following hotfixes, if present on the system, from Add/Remove Programs:

    • PSE450R04W2K3006
    • PSE450R04W2K3044
  • When the installation of this hotfix rollup pack is complete, contrary to Hotfix Rollup Pack 5, the dscheck /full FTA /reindex command does not run automatically. This change in behavior was implemented in order to prevent long indexing times observed in earlier hotfix rollup packs. However, to take advantage of the Delivery Services Console Discovery optimizations provided by Fix #205118*, you must run the command manually on a least one server in the farm. Before doing so, Citrix recommends that you back up your data store. [#224599]

    *From Fix #205118: The more file type associations are present in the data store, the longer MFCOM queries on applications can take. This is because the search for file type associations for applications can take a long time because no filters are used for the search, resulting in a delay in any queries that involve applications. This fix introduces a filter based on the application unique identifiers (UIDs). Because file type associations are indexed on application UIDs, the search should return faster.

  • Installing this hotfix rollup pack partially invalidates the following hotfixes. This happens because not all fixes in these hotfixes are included in the hotfix rollup pack. Obtain or request the corresponding replacement hotfixes for any invalidated fixes you require as follows:

    Invalidated Fix
    Invalidated Hotfix
    Replacement Hotfix
    #170359 PSE450R03W2K3025 TBD
    #223843,
    #232192,
    #252363
    PSE450R06W2K3027 TBD
    #224158 PSE450R05W2K3022 TBD
    #228274 PSE450R06W2K3002,
    PSE450R05W2K3036
    PSE450R07W2K3004
    #235788 PSE450R06W2K3027,
    PSE450R05W2K3051
    TBD
    #236378 PSE450R06W2K3027,
    PSE450R05W2K3051
    PSE450R07W2K3035
    #239087 PSE450R06W2K3080 PSE450R07W2K3068,
    PSE450R07W2K3066
    #242465 PSE450R06W2K3072 PSE450R07W2K3005
    #253674 PSE450R06W2K3080,
    PSE450R06W2K3057
    PSE450R07W2K3068,
    PSE450R07W2K3066,
    PSE450R07W2K3046
    #258895 PSE450R06W2K3072,
    PSE450R06W2K3070
    PSE450R07W2K3005
    #259055 PSE450R06W2K3077 PSE450R07W2K3062,
    PSE450R07W2K3053,
    PSE450R07W2K3047
    #259317 PSE450R06W2K3079 TBD
    #LA0308 PSE450R06W2K3076 PSE450R07W2K3027
    #LA0369 PSE450R06W2K3074 PSE450R07W2K3037,
    PSE450R07W2K3013
    #LA1741 PSE450R06W2K3078 PSE450R07W2K3064

Known Installation/Uninstallation Issues

  • Caution: Do not install this hotfix rollup pack on 64-bit operating systems. Although Citrix uses the same code base in the development of both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the software, the binaries and files differ. Installing this hotfix rollup pack on 64-bit operating systems is not supported and can yield unpredictable results.

  • Installing this hotfix rollup pack over RDP or in an ICA session is not supported but you can install it through a remote desktop console session.

  • The Citrix SSL Relay Configuration tool can fail to correctly create the outbound connection policies defined in its Connection tab. After applying this fix on affected deployments, the policies are modified to disallow all outgoing connections. As a result, SSL connections can stop working. In order to recreate the correct policies and allow SSL connections to work again, you must rerun the SSL Relay Configuration tool, verify the policies in its Connection tab and click Apply. The next time the server restarts, the correct policies are in place.

    Important: If you utilize the SSLAutoConfig tool to configure SSL and plan to continue using the tool after installing this hotfix rollup pack, you must download and use the most recent version of the tool, available as Knowledge Center article CTX127580. [#228352]

  • On systems where both XenApp Advanced Configuration (CMC.msi) and XenApp Server (mps.msi) are installed and CMC.msi was installed stand-alone (as opposed to as a feature of XenApp), for example when installing from the Feature Pack 2 DVD, using CPatch.exe to deploy a hotfix rollup pack causes the hotfix rollup pack to patch only CMC.msi, not mps.msi. After installing this hotfix rollup pack, affected servers show Presentation Server at a version other than 4.5.7 in Add/Remove Programs. If this occurs, as a workaround, install this hotfix rollup pack a second time on affected servers. To prevent the issue from occurring, download and install Hotfix PSE450R05W2K3035 before installing this Hotfix Rollup Pack. [#224822]

  • After installing Hotfix Rollup Pack 7, the Independent Management Architecture (IMA) Service might not start. This happens if you install Presentation Server Enterprise Edition and then downgrade to the Advanced Edition. See Knowledge Center article CTX113836 for more information.

  • If you use the Presentation Server 4.5 Feature Pack 1 Platinum Edition media to install Presentation Server 4.5 and change the server edition to Enterprise afterward, the server edition reverts to Platinum when you install Hotfix Rollup Pack 7. See CTX117362 for more information.

  • Unattended installation of this hotfix rollup pack from a batch file using the /qb switch fails to complete. Instead, the installer stalls at a dialog box prompting to close CMD.exe. As a workaround, use the /qb- or the /qn switch. [#186447]

  • If configuration logging is enabled (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Citrix\IMA\RUNTIME\PSRequired = 1) at the time you install this hotfix rollup pack, the Citrix SMA Service might fail to start with System event ID 7001, "The Citrix SMA Service depends on the Citrix Independent Management Architecture Service which failed to start because of the following error: After starting, the service hung in a start-pending state." The issue occurs only the first time the server restarts following installation, not on subsequent restarts. As a workaround, start the service manually. [#219157]

  • When you install this hotfix rollup pack on a system where Citrix Presentation Server was installed silently using msiexec.exe, you are prompted for the Presentation Server 4.5 source media. This occurs because the Citrix Streaming Client (Offline plug-in) is not installed by default with the silent installation. See Knowledge Center article CTX114136 for more information. [#216553]

  • On systems where the Presentation Server Console was installed as a feature of Presentation Server or XenApp, the entry for the console in Add/Remove Programs is not updated to XenApp Advanced Configuration, the new name of the console; the previous name – Management Console for Presentation Server 4.5 - continues to be displayed instead. On systems where the Presentation Console was not installed as a feature of Presentation Server or XenApp, the entry for the console in Add/Remove Programs is updated to XenApp Advanced Configuration.

  • Using this hotfix rollup pack on computers running Microsoft Windows Vista to upgrade the Presentation Server Console to XenApp Advanced Configuration is supported on the 32-bit version of Windows Vista, but not on the 64-bit version. [#214086]

  • To upgrade to the latest pass-through clients from Presentation Server 4.0, upgrade in the following order [#156201]:

    1. Presentation Server 4.0 mps.msi
    2. Presentation Server 4.5 mps.msi
    3. Hotfix Rollup Pack PSE450W2K3R07
    4. Online plug-in 12.1
      Note: Upgrades to Version 12.1 are supported only from 10.200, 11.0, and 11.1.1 plug-in releases.
  • The Suite Monitoring and Alerting (SMA) Service used by the Delivery Services Console might not start after installing this hotfix rollup pack and restarting the system. To fix this problem, you must upgrade the .NET Framework version on the system to .NET 2.0 SP1 or later.

  • Uninstalling Version 5.2 of the Streaming Client (Offline plug-in) from a system where Hotfix Rollup Pack 7 is installed might lead to system instabilities. The issue occurs because uninstalling the client removes the AIEcom.exe common component file. As a workaround, after uninstalling the client, run Repair on the Presentation Server Version 4.5 base installation. Running Repair restores the AIEcom.exe file. [#193688]

  • If the Delivery Services Console is open while uninstalling this hotfix rollup pack, Discovery does not run successfully after restarting the server. For more information, including a workaround, see Knowledge Center article CTX122690. [#217993]

  • When uninstalling this hotfix rollup pack from a server with the Delivery Services Console or the Citrix Streaming Client (Offline plug-in) and/or Profiler installed, you are prompted for the Presentation Server 4.5 source media. After locating the media and proceeding with the uninstallation, the server will contain a few files that are not at the correct version levels. To restore the correct versions of these files, run the Delivery Services Console, Citrix Streaming Client and/or Profiler .msi packages and select the Repair option.

  • Uninstalling this hotfix rollup pack from a server where Citrix Access Essentials/XenApp Fundamentals was installed from the Version 2.0 retail CD can cause some hotfixes installed with Citrix Access Essentials/XenApp Fundamentals to disappear from Add/Remove Programs. [#212512]

  • If you uninstall this hotfix rollup pack using the cpatch command but do not restart the server as prompted, the following error message appears: "ErrorID = 1647. The patch package is not removable." This error in no way affects the removal of the rollup pack, and the rollup pack is successfully removed nonetheless.

  • Hotfix Rollup Pack 7 introduces new criteria for listing installed hotfixes in the Add/Remove Programs control panel. After installing this rollup pack, you will notice the following difference in Add/Remove Programs:

    • Previous behavior: Most hotfixes replaced by the rollup pack are removed from the list. Hotfixes invalidated by the rollup pack continue to be listed.
    • New behavior: Most hotfixes replaced by the rollup pack are removed from the list. Most hotfixes invalidated in full or in part by the rollup pack are no longer listed because they are removed from the system.

    Background: A hotfix is replaced by a hotfix rollup pack when the rollup pack includes all fixes contained in the hotfix. A hotfix is invalidated by a rollup pack when the rollup pack includes some but not all fixes contained in the hotfix. A hotfix can also be invalidated if it and the rollup pack share common binaries – even if the rollup pack does not include any of the fixes contained in the hotfix. Fixes contained in an invalidated hotfix but not included in the rollup pack are removed from the system when you install the rollup pack. If you continue to require hotfixes invalidated by the rollup pack, obtain or request the corresponding replacement hotfixes from your support representative.

Important Notes

  • Caution: Several items in this hotfix rollup pack require you to edit the registry. Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that might require you to reinstall your operating system. Citrix cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Editor at your own risk.

  • Citrix has changed the name of its product line and several features. Citrix XenApp is the new name for the Citrix Presentation Server product line, and XenApp Advanced Configuration is the new name of the Presentation Server Console. The Presentation Server name remains on all existing product, documentation, user interface, and support materials for Version 4.5 and earlier of the product. For additional information about new product names, see Citrix eDocs, the Citrix Product Documentation Library, and search for "New Product and Feature Names."

  • After installing this hotfix rollup pack, earlier versions of the Delivery Services Console do not refresh properly when you move large numbers of applications from one folder to another. To prevent this issue, Citrix recommends that you upgrade to Version 5.0.2 of the console, which ships with Feature Pack 2. [#216569].

  • After installing this hotfix rollup pack, Presentation Server 4.5 licensing will be enforced for the Application Streaming feature available in the Enterprise and Platinum editions. As a result, this feature will start to consume Presentation Server licenses and any individual Streaming (CSS) licenses received and activated in the past will no longer be utilized.

  • After installing this hotfix rollup pack, settings for the Presentation Server Console/XenApp Advanced Configuration are no longer read from the %USERPROFILE% folder but from the %APPLICATION DATA% folder. Therefore, if you are upgrading a server to this hotfix rollup pack from a server that is at Hotfix Rollup Pack 3 level or earlier and want to retain the existing console settings, you must move the Citrix/Management Console folder from %USERPROFILE% to %APPLICATION DATA%. [#194127]

  • After installing this hotfix rollup pack, applications for which parameter passing is enabled might fail to launch. This is a result of the implementation of Fix #182305, which enforces tighter command line validation by default. Among potentially affected applications is the Citrix Conferencing Manager, any application that attempts to open a file over a UNC path [#186923], and Microsoft Office applications on WISP (Web Interface for SharePoint). As a workaround, you may choose to disable the fix:

    For Citrix Conferencing Manager:

    1. Go to the server properties of Citrix Conference Room.
    2. Select the published application and click Edit.
    3. In the Custom Application Location dialog box, select "Specify custom command line and working directory."
    4. Append %** to the command line (for example, "C:\Program Files\Citrix\CMCM\CRoom.exe" %**).
    5. Specify a working directory.
    6. Apply the changes.

    For individual applications:

    1. Go to the Location property of the published application, for example, Microsoft Word.
    2. Append %** to the command line (for example, "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\winword.exe" %**).
    3. Specify a working directory.
    4. Apply the changes.

    Alternatively, it is possible to disable the fix at the server level by setting the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Citrix\wfshell\TWI
    Name: PublishedAppCommandLineFlag
    Type: DWORD
    Data: 0

  • For information about Command Line Parameter Validation for XenApp, see Knowledge Center articles CTX117316 and CTX115245.

  • After installing this hotfix rollup pack, Internet Explorer might experience difficulties handling Web pages with Adobe Flash rich content. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX121023. [#215256]

  • After installing this hotfix rollup pack, two instances of XenApp Advanced Configuration might appear on the ICA toolbar. [#217312]

  • Fix #230816 modifies the current default behavior as follows:

    After installing this hotfix rollup pack, all client drives are mapped and connected upon logon automatically and by default. This includes floppy disk, CD-ROM, local, and remote drives. If you need to disable automatic mapping and connection of drives upon logon, utilize the Mappings and/or Connection policies (HDX Plug-n-Play > Client Resources > Drives). For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX123992.

  • In support of some of the features included in Feature Pack 2, this hotfix rollup pack upgrades, just as Hotfix Rollup Pack 5 did, the internal product version from 4.5 to 4.6. As a result, using MFCOM to extract the version number of Hotfix Rollup Pack 5, for example with Server.WinServerObject5.MPSVersion, returns Version 4.6 instead of 4.5. Modify your MFCOM scripts or tools accordingly.

  • When adding the ValidSites registry key to redirect specific URLs from server to client, specify the URLs without http://. For example, add www.citrix.com, not http://www.citrix.com. [#161177]

  • Certain users cannot access the Event Log. This might cause some expected event messages to be missing. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX118466. [#197462]

  • If you publish or modify an application on a server where this hotfix rollup pack was installed on top of XenApp 5/Presentation Server 4.5 base installation (without other hotfix rollup packs), the application throws an exception if you try to modify it after uninstalling this hotfix rollup pack. [#166266]

New Fixes and Enhancements in This Hotfix Rollup Pack

This hotfix rollup pack introduces the following fixes that have not been previously released:

Console Server/Farm Administration
Data Store Session/Connection
IMA Service Shadowing
Installation Manager Smart Cards
Load Balancing System Exceptions
Printing User Experience
Resource Manager User Interface
Security Issues Miscellaneous

Console

  1. Moving servers from one Delivery Services Console folder to another can cause those servers to no longer be visible in the console even though they continue to accept connections and are seen when running Qfarm.

    To enable this fix, you must:

    1. Run DSCHECK /full folders /clean.
    2. Restart the server.
    3. For each missing server, run DSCHECK /full groups /AddMember <GroupUID> <ServerUID>.
    4. Restart the server.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#253940]

Data Store

  1. When using MFCOM, duplicate instances of published applications with identical browser names can be created. This fix updates the DSCHECK utility so that you can detect and delete such duplicate publication instances. If you are affected by this issue, install this fix and then:

    1. Run DSCHECK /full apps /DeleteDuplicateApp (to list duplicate application instances)
    2. Run DSCHECK /full apps /DeleteDuplicateApp /Clean (to remove duplicate application instances)

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#250411]

IMA Service

  1. The IMA Service can take upwards of one hour to start on servers that have to traverse a WAN to communicate with the data store. The issue occurs because the IMA Service checks the data store for Microsoft License Information for non-Windows clients. With this fix, the check is performed more efficiently.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#225670]

  2. The IMA Service might exit unexpectedly with error code 0x80000003.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#232191]

Installation Manager

  1. It is possible to edit configured Installation Manager jobs to be scheduled to occur in the "past." The issue occurs when editing a job scheduled to occur on a future date but at an earlier time of day than present. In such cases, the job starts deploying immediately.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#253345]

Load Balancing

  1. Load evaluators do not properly scale to threshold values when using Memory Utilization as the only rule. To enable this fix, you must set the following registry key and then restart the IMA Service:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\IMA\RUNTIME
    Name: EnableNewMemUseLoadCalc
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#232738]

  2. Load balancing, when configured based on servers and applications, might not work correctly at times. This results in new connections going to the same server rather than to the least loaded server.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#232105]

Printing

  1. Print jobs are automatically deleted from the printer queues of autocreated network printers when an administrator logs off from a client session.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#233506]

  2. The Print Spooler Service can experience an exception on cpproc.dll, printer autocreation to fail intermittently.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#232501]

  3. With SmoothRoaming enabled, users must relaunch sessions to reenumerate and update session printers after roaming to a different location. This feature enhancement introduces dynamic printer discovery to automatically reenumerate and update session printers after roaming to a different location so that relaunching of sessions is no longer necessary. To enable this enhancement, you must also deploy a client hotfix that includes Fix #226929.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#226929]

  4. Local printer properties might not be properly applied to session printers.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#223899]

  5. With a Citrix policy in place not to autocreate printers but use only the Citrix Universal Printer, the universal printer is not available when you connect to a session from a second client device.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#254142]

Resource Manager

  1. Resource Manager can fail to collect process information. To enable this fix, you must create the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Citrix Resource Manager
    Name: TimeOutValueInMilliSec
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1800000 or greater

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#220407]

Security Issues

  1. The Citrix SSL Relay Configuration tool can fail to correctly create the outbound connection policies defined in its Connection tab. After applying this fix on affected deployments, the policies are modified to disallow all outgoing connections. As a result, SSL connections can stop working. In order to recreate the correct policies and allow SSL connections to work again, you must rerun the Citrix SSL Relay Configuration tool, verify the policies in its Connection tab and click Apply. The next time server restarts, the correct policies are in place.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#228352]

  2. This fix addresses a security vulnerability related to Citrix Secure Gateway. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX128168.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#252520]

  3. This fix addresses a security vulnerability. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX129430.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#260479]

Server/Farm Administration

  1. This feature enhancement adds support for Configuration Logging on 64-bit servers that are configured to use only FIPS-approved cryptography.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#229036]

  2. This update to the DSCHECK utility allows for the deletion of Installation Manager packages with missing package inventory records.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#232015]

  3. Configuration Logging reports can return incorrect server/zone affiliations. The issue occurs when the name of one zone (zone_one) is a subset of the name of another zone (zone_one_two).

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#255947]

  4. This enhancement adds server reboot schedules to the Configuration Logging feature.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#240378]

  5. When using MFCOM to create and assign Citrix policies through Windows PowerShell, an error occurs if you try to assign the policy to a string containing a wildcard(*). This happens only for the first string in the assignment; subsequent strings can contain wildcards and work correctly.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#258365]

  6. When modifying the election preference of a server, the Configuration Logging database incorrectly reports: "Server removed from zone."

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#255926]

  7. The Citrix End User Experience Monitoring (SemsService.exe) fails to capture the following server startup metrics:

    • Profile Load (PLSD)
    • Login Script Execution (LSESD)

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#257507]

  8. Modifications to a server's reboot schedule made by clicking Apply to Other Servers on a server's Reboot Schedule property sheet fail to get written to the Configuration Logging database.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#257634]

  9. With memory optimization enabled at the farm level, updates to the Memory Optimization Exclusion List are not appropriately propagated to the registry of member servers.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#257379]

Session/Connection

  1. Attempts to terminate certain application from the Connection Center fail.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#232330]

  2. On servers with Fix #231830 installed, logon attempts made using the Receiver for Android fail at the stage where the "Running Logon Scripts" message is displayed.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#260424]

  3. In certain configurations, attempts to synchronize Windows Mobile devices in a session can fail.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#261794]

Shadowing

  1. In scenarios where the XenApp Acceleration feature of Branch Repeater 5.5 is enabled (default) to compress and accelerate ICA traffic over WANs, shadowing a published desktop session across the WAN can cause the client session to disconnect unexpectedly.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#236597]

Smart Cards

  1. Attempts to reconnect to a disconnected session fail if made from a device that uses a smart card reader of a different type or make than the previous device.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#253473]

  2. When using smart cards along with Kerberos authentication, users can be locked out unexpectedly before presenting a password or PIN. The issue occurs because XenApp attempts an early logon validation before credentials are submitted. This results in a failed logon attempt, potentially putting the user past the lockout threshold.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#255494]

  3. In certain scenarios, attempts to reconnect to a disconnected session using a smart card can fail because the smart card prompt does not appear.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#260711]

System Exceptions

  1. The IMA Service can exit unexpectedly when an Oracle data store becomes unavailable.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#208290]

  2. A disconnecting session can render the server unresponsive. No ICA, RDP or console session can be established until you restart the server. The issue is caused by one or more pending writes on a stack while the stack is being disconnected. This fix introduces a configurable counter that determines the number of times to attempt the write before failing it when a disconnect on the stack was initiated.

    To configure the counter, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\currentcontrolset\control\terminal server\wds\icawd\
    Name: DisconnectTimeoutRetry
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: A value in the range of 10 - 150

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#250000]

  3. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen. The dump file displays: "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (50) at vdtw30!PublishEverything+0x1b."

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#243393]

User Experience

  1. WAV sound can appear jittery in client sessions on devices running Windows XP with Soundmax cards. To enable this fix, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\WinStations\ICA-tcp\AudioConfig
    Name: FastPullFactorForRealtime
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: <Range of 1-15>

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#229649]

User Interface

  1. Certain published applications, when launched in seamless mode, fail to place associated application icons in the notification area.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#228525]

  2. In support of Fix #228352, this fix removes the Any button from the Citrix SSL Relay Configuration tool. It also removes references to the button from related Help files.

    From Fix #228352:

    The Citrix SSL Relay Configuration tool can fail to correctly create the outbound connection policies defined in its Connection tab. After applying this fix on affected deployments, the policies are modified to disallow all outgoing connections. As a result, SSL connections can stop working. In order to recreate the correct policies and allow SSL connections to work again, you must rerun the Citrix SSL Relay Configuration tool, verify the policies in its Connection tab and click Apply. The next time server restarts, the correct policies are in place.

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#257126]

Miscellaneous

  1. Attempts to connect to a XenApp server can fail and the following error message appears: "Cannot connect to the Citrix XenApp Server. SSL Error 4: Attempted to connect using the (TLS V1.0 | SSL V3.0) protocol(s). The server rejected the connection."

    [From PSE450W2K3R07][#224514]

Fixes from Previously Released Hotfixes

The following fixes were included in hotfixes released since Hotfix Rollup Pack 6. All those hotfixes are replaced by Hotfix Rollup Pack 7:

  1. On devices with limited video rendering capacity, scrolling an application window causes the window to keep scrolling for a while longer. This fix introduces support for the following registry key that, when set, allows you to configure the delay between the moment the key is released and the moment the scrolling stops:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix
    Name: ProcessDelayList
    Type: REG_SZ
    Data: <Application>:<Number; range: 1 - 15000. Higher number means longer delay.>

    For example: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\ProcessDelayList =excel.exe:2000; Word.exe:1000

    [From PSE450R05W2K3057][#240792]

  2. The following error message can appear when launching a published desktop or a published application: "The application failed to initialize properly (0x06d007e). Click on OK to terminate the application."

    [From PSE450R06W2K3001][#232671]

  3. After an anonymous user logs off, the Anonymous user profile folder becomes locked and cannot be deleted or accessed.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3004][#222360]

  4. Mapped client drives are not mapped to applications running in virtual desktop or XenApp sessions.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3005][#230816]

  5. With configuration logging enabled (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Citrix\IMA\RUNTIME\PSRequired = 1), the SMA Service can fail to start with System event ID 7001, "The Citrix SMA Service service depends on the Citrix Independent Management Architecture Service which failed to start because of the following error: After starting, the service hung in a start-pending state."

    [From PSE450R06W2K3006][#219157]

  6. Upon server restart with configuration logging enabled, the IMA Service can take an unspecified amount of time to start.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3006][#221158]

  7. Attempts by custom administrators to modify content redirection settings for streamed applications fail.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3006][#229576]

  8. A significant delay can occur when accessing a large number of files at the same time. The issue occurs with files whose timestamp attributes, such as creation or modification dates, are read as part of the file access.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3008][#229619]

  9. With browser acceleration enabled, attempts to use Internet Explorer to upload JPG or GIF files to a Web server fail. The issue occurs as a result of the way browser acceleration handles MIME types. To enable this fix, must set the following registry keys:

    • On 32-bit Windows:

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SpeedScreen
      Name: MimeFlags
      Type: REG_DWORD
      Data: 1 (to enable fix)

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SpeedScreen
      Name: MimeFlagsType
      Type: REG_DWORD
      Data: 1

    • On 64-bit Windows:

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\SpeedScreen
      Name: MimeFlags
      Type: REG_DWORD
      Data: 1 (to enable fix)

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\SpeedScreen
      Name: MimeFlagsType
      Type: REG_DWORD
      Data: 1

    [From PSE450R06W2K3009][#231266]

  10. Attempts to open a Resource Manager summary log from the console can fail and the following error message appears: "Could not read the oldest Server Log file."

    [From PSE450R06W2K3010][#231044]

  11. Connections from WinCE clients can get randomly dropped before the server logon screen appears.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3011][#230540]

  12. If a smart card is present in the card reader at the client device, logons can become unresponsive and time out after 120 seconds. The issue occurs when a legal notice banner is configured and the connection is configured for explicit credentials. In such scenarios, the presence of the smart card at logon invokes the PIN prompt window, which goes unnoticed because it is hidden behind the legal notice.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3013][#230677]

  13. The logon process stops at the "Running logon scripts" stage, preventing the application from completely launching and users from logging on. This is caused by Winlogon.exe exiting unexpectedly. Dr. Watson references CtxNotif.dll as the faulting module.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3014][#231848]

  14. The Single sign-on plug-in icon does not appear in the notification area in XenApp sessions.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3014][#233646]

  15. Overview

    This feature enhancement introduces client folder redirection - the ability to map individual client folders into user sessions. A refinement of the existing client drive redirection feature, this enhancement offers greater granularity in controlling which particular client folders can be accessed in user sessions. It can be instrumental in protecting sensitive data and files by allowing only particular client folders to be accessed in user sessions.

    Note: To enable this enhancement, you must install both Hotfix Rollup Pack 7 (on the server) and Version 12.0.2 of the online plug-in or its replacement (on the client device).

    Installation Instructions

    Client Device

    1. On the computer where you want to install the plug-in, type the following at a command prompt:

      CitrixOnlinePluginFull.exe [Options] or

      CitrixOnlinePluginWeb.exe [Options]

      See http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/topic/online-plugin-120-windows/ica-configure-command-line.html for detailed online plug-in installation instructions.

    2. (Optional.) The product is installed and configured for use in standard drive redirection mode. Folder redirection can be configured in the Connection Center (see "Making client-side folders available as a server-side drive letter" below).

      Alternatively, you can preconfigure your client software by adding the following registry key and value to the client computer:
      [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Citrix\ICA Client\Engine] CFROnlyMode=1

    Server Computer

    On a server running XenApp 5/Presentation Server 4.5 for Windows Server 2003:

    1. Install Hotfix Rollup Pack 7.
    2. Restart the server.
    3. The product is installed and configured for use in standard drive redirection mode. You can enable Client Folder Redirection by modifying the following registry key and value on the server.
      32-bit Windows Server 2003:
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Citrix\Client Folder Redirection\CFROnlyModeAvailable =1
      64-bit Windows Server 2003:
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Citrix\Client Folder Redirection\CFROnlyModeAvailable =1

    Making client-side folders available as a server-side drive letter

    1. Using Version 12.0.2 of the online-plug-in or its replacement, launch a hosted session to a server with Hotfix Rollup Pack 7 installed.
    2. Right-click the plug-in icon in the notification area and select Connection Center.
    3. To open the Access to local drives/folders dialog, select Drives/Folders under Local Access.
    4. Select Custom to enable client folder redirection-only mode and click Add to display the Add local folder dialog.
    5. In the Folder field, use the Browse button to find and select the folder on the client device to be redirected.
    6. Select the drive letter to represent this folder inside the hosted session. If the selected drive letter is not available on the server, a different drive letter is automatically assigned.
    7. Click OK to save the configuration, and then click OK to return to the Connection Center.

    The new drive appears in My Computer.

    Using the File Security dialog

    When you access the new drive, a File Security dialog appears once per session for every site (Citrix Web Interface server) to which you connect, requiring you to specify if redirection should occur or not. You can specify:

    Yes - allows redirection
    No – does not allow redirection
    Read only checkbox– allows only read-only access
    Do not ask again – does not display this dialog in subsequent sessions

    Overriding the preference for displaying the File Security dialog

    1. In the Connection Center, under Local Access, select Drives/Folders to open the Access to local drives/folders dialog.
    2. To override the File Security dialog display preference to apply to all sessions, select Ask me before allowing online applications and desktops to access these folders.

    Important Notes

    • This enhancement requires both Hotfix Rollup Pack 7 (on the server) and Version 12.0.2 of the online plug-in or its replacement (on the client device).
    • Disconnecting a redirected folder by using the net use command or Windows Explorer Disconnect Network Drive on the hosted session does not remove the client folder redirection configuration for that folder. The disconnection occurs in the session, but the redirected client folder is reconnected on the next session startup. This is by design. To remove the client folder redirection completely:
      1. Right-click the online plug icon in the notification area and select Connection Center.
      2. To open the Access to local drives/folders dialog, under Local Access, select Drives/Folders.
      3. Highlight the folder and click Remove.
    • Configuration of redirected folders is not read dynamically in a seamless Explorer (nonpublished desktop) session. Workaround: Restart the session (disconnect, then reconnect).
    • The server-side IMA policies (configured in XenApp Advanced Configuration) do not apply to client folder redirection. Therefore, disabling any client-drive mapping policy by way of IMA policies still allows client folder redirection.
    • Configuration of client-side policies (policies set using icaclient.adm) do affect client folder redirection. When such client-side policies are set to disable drive mapping, client folder redirection is still configurable but folder mapping does not occur.
    • When the server-side registry setting (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Citrix\Client Folder Redirection\CFROnlyModeAvailable) is set to 0, and the client-side user chooses to redirect client-side folders, neither folders nor drives are redirected. This is by design for security reasons. If the client user chooses not to expose all drive letters (by choosing folders only), these will not be redirected. This table shows all possible combinations of these settings:
    • Server Side Registry

      CFROnlyModeAvailable

      Client Side Registry

      CFROnlyMode

      CFR Folders Redirected

      CDM (Fixed drives) (and DCDM) Redirected

      ON

      ON(1)

      YES

      NO

      OFF (OR UNDEFINED (2))

      OFF (OR UNDEFINED)

      NO

      YES

      ON

      OFF (OR UNDEFINED)

      NO

      YES

      OFF (OR UNDEFINED)

      ON

      NO

      NO (3)

      <Non CFR Server> (4)

      ON

      NO

      INACCESSIBLE (5)

      <Non CFR Server>

      OFF (OR UNDEFINED)

      NO

      YES

      ON

      <Non CFR Client>

      NO

      YES

      OFF (OR UNDEFINED)

      <Non CFR Client>

      NO

      YES

    (1) This setting is on by default using a registry setting after installation. ON on the client means the user selected Custom in the Access to local drives/folders dialog. OFF on the client means the user selected All hard disks and devices with removable storage (default) in the Access to local drives/folders dialog. ON on the server makes the client folder redirection available to users.

    (2) UNDEFINED means a missing registry key.

    (3) As a security measure, no redirection occurs here, because the client is not expecting any redirection.

    (4) Non CFR refers to versions of either the client or server software that does not have the client folder redirection feature.

    (5) Drives are still redirected (enumerated).

    [From PSE450R06W2K3015][#231830]

  16. Session information for sessions launched from the Web Interface using Version 11 of the online plug-in for Macintosh displays a blank error ("").

    [From PSE450R06W2K3016][#220122]

  17. The IMAsrv.exe process can become unresponsive as a result of improper synchronization in ImaRuntimeSs.dll when concurrently accessing shared data in multiple threads.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3017][#231175]

  18. Discovery can take a long time to execute when a full administrator is member of many Active Directory groups while it takes only a short time for local administrators.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3018][#235076]

  19. A lack of explicit support for the WMA9 codec results in uncompressed audio samples being transmitted to the client, which leads to high bandwidth consumption during audio playback using the WMA9 codec. This fix introduces explicit support for the WMA9 codec.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3019][#235531]

  20. This enhancement to the TWAIN redirection feature introduces support for file transfer mode. File transfer mode is used by certain TWAIN applications to transfer scanned files from the client device to the server for processing. This is the server-side component of the enhancement. To enable the enhancement in its entirety, you must also deploy a plug-in hotfix that contains Fix #230466.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3021][#230466]

  21. Some applications experience a fatal exception while exiting in a published desktop session. The issue occurs when mmhook.dll dereferences a null pointer.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3023][#234920]

  22. Windows Internet Explorer can exit unexpectedly when SpeedScreen Browser Acceleration or HDX 3D Browser Acceleration is enabled.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3024][#221411]

  23. speedscreenfilter.dll can cause Windows Internet Explorer to exit unexpectedly while processing GIF files.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3024][#235841]

  24. IBM Lotus Notes Calendar does not reflect the correct time when run as a published application. The issue occurs because Lotus Notes Calendar runs as a Java program on the server but does not use java.exe or javaw.exe. This fix introduces support for the following registry key that lets you add a list of programs that run as Java programs but do not use java.exe or javaw.exe. When a program loads tzhook.dll, which handles the implementation of local time and time zones, it will check against this list; if a match is found, the requisite additional APIs are hooked so that the correct time and time zone appear in the session:

    • On 32-bit Windows:

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\CtxHook\AppInit_Dlls\Per Session Time Zone
      Name: javaexes
      Type: MULTI_SZ
      Data: <list of program names that run as Java programs but do not use java.exe or javaw.exe>

    • On 64-bit Windows:

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\CtxHook\AppInit_Dlls\Per Session Time Zone
      Name: javaexes
      Type: MULTI_SZ
      Data: <list of program names that run as Java programs but do not use java.exe or javaw.exe>

    [From PSE450R06W2K3025][#231478]

  25. The Receiver for Linux session can display the correct time and date but an incorrect location. For example, a client device set to the Singapore time zone (GMT+8) might display an accurate time of GMT+8 but display Hong Kong as the time zone location. To resolve this issue in its entirety, you must also install a Receiver for Linux hotfix that contains Fix #236065.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3025][#236065]

  26. Attempts to terminate the csrss.exe, smss.exe and wininit.exe system processes from the console or by way of a shell script utilizing MFCOM can cause the server CPU consumption to spike. This fix prevents the ability to terminate these specific processes from the console or by way of MFCOM scripts. However, it does not prevent you from terminating other Windows system processes, such as WinLogon.

    Caution: Attempts to terminate such Windows system processes can cause servers to experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3026][#223178]

  27. When the Windows logon takes a long time due to, for example, Active Directory authentication, a full-screen published desktop does not display a status indicator to provide status feedback. This can be confusing to users. This fix modifies the behavior of the status indicator so that the indicator remains visible until the authentication completes.

    Note: To correct this issue in its entirety, you must install both a server hotfix and a plug-in hotfix that contains Fix #235374.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3028][#235374]

  28. After reconnecting to a disconnected session, server-side shared network drives might no longer be mapped into the session. The issue is a result of a drive mapping conflict and occurs if a network share uses the same drive letter (for example, F:) on the server as a USB device or smart card reader on the client device.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3031][#233021]

  29. This fix addresses an issue where:

    • the IMA Service runs out of memory and becomes unresponsive frequently
    • Event Viewer messages are written each time dynamic store memory allcations fail
    • the thread pool health monitoring feature fails to detect the out-of-memory condition and a new zone data collector does not take over

    This fix adds a call from the dynamic store to the self-monitoring feature, so that when the dynamic store detects an out-of-memory condition, a new zone data collector is elected. It also limits the rate of out-of-memory Event Viewer messages to one every 15 seconds.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3033][#236620]

  30. The data collector can become unresponsive when using Branch Repeater to connect to the zone.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3035][#235107]

  31. Custom VC driver dlls that use long filenames, as opposed to adhering to the 8.3 filename standard, can cause connection attempts to be rejected. This enhancement introduces support for the following registry key to permit use of long filenames or enforce the 8.3 filename standard:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\Wds\icawd
    Name: ModuleNameOverride
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1 = crop VC driver name on the server and continue; 0 (or not set) = enforce 8.3 filename adherence

    [From PSE450R06W2K3035][#245060]

  32. Servers with Hotfix Rollup Pack 5 or 6 installed can run out of non-paged pool memory in the ICA Pool tag. The issue occurs when users log on to the server and its frequency increases with the amount of time since the most recent restart and the number of logons since the restart.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3035][#249829]

  33. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on cdm.sys with bugcheck code CB.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3036][#224799]

  34. Disconnecting and reconnecting to a session using smart card authentication can create a temporary session with the Winlogon and CSRSS processes running.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3038][#241916]

  35. Running Discovery can fail for custom administrators.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3039][#244881]

  36. sphook.dll can cause published instances of Windows Internet Explorer to exit unexpectedly.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3041][#238086]

  37. This fix addresses a security vulnerability. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX128169.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3042][#241756]

  38. If a user has multiple simultaneous connections and removes and reinserts a smart card, Version 11.2 of the plug-in can become unresponsive. To enable this fix, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartCard
    Name: KeepLockTillEndTxSuccess
    Type: REG_SZ
    Data: 1

    [From PSE450R06W2K3043][#227329]

  39. In certain configurations, attempts by custom administrators to view the read-only properties of published applications from the console can fail. When this happens, the following error message appears and the console can become unresponsive:

    "Failed to read application properties: [app name]" Details: "Access Denied."

    To enable this fix, run the following command and then restart the computer:

    dscheck /full Admintools /AddAdminCapEventID "View Applications" 1900617

    [From PSE450R06W2K3044][#242424]

  40. When shadowing a session from a seamless published Access Management Console/Delivery Services Console on a multiple monitor client, the shadowee's Windows Taskbar might no longer be available in the shadowee's session.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3045][#235564]

  41. Even with the session limit set to 1 at the farm level, it is possible for users to open two sessions. This can happen at times of long logon times that can cause users to click an application link multiple times. After disconnecting both sessions, users can no longer reconnect to either session.

    This fix introduces support for the following registry key that, if set, counts only active sessions against the farm level session limit and thus allows a user to reconnect as long as that user's session limit is not exceeded:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\IMA
    Name: AppLimitExceededAllowReconnect
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    Note: You must restart the IMA Service for this change to take effect.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3046][#249607]

  42. Programs that use client mapped COM ports can become unresponsive and show other unexpected behavior.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3047][#240968]

  43. Servers might experience a fatal exception on cdm.sys with bugcheck code 0xC2.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3047][#250143]

  44. Servers can become unresponsive and stop working unexpectedly. The issue can be observed when anonymous user directories are not completely deleted during logoff and the user's profile is locked out as a result.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3048][#251796]

  45. The Citrix Print Service (Cpsvc.exe) can experience an Exception C0000005 (access violation).

    [From PSE450R06W2K3050][#227624]

  46. When reconnecting to a disconnected session, local printers are mapped into the session and the default printer changes to a local printer instead of a network printer. This occurs even when client printer mapping is disabled for the user’s Active Directory (AD) account. The issue occurs on systems where Fix #226969 is installed.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3050][#252153]

  47. Domain controllers log Security Event ID 529 logon failures for user name "\". These log entries occur in error.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3051][#243404]

  48. "Authenticated users" attempting to connect to servers running XenApp 5 for Windows Server 2003 (both clean installs and upgrades) can experience up to 42-second delays during application launches. The issue is related to a lengthy API function call. This fix introduces support for the following registry key that, when set, bypasses the function call:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\IMA
    Name: DoNotUseADSI
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From PSE450R06W2K3051][#247733]

  49. When reconnecting to a disconnected session where Microsoft Office Communicator is running in seamless mode, a gray window appears on the screen.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3053][#250350]

  50. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on Cdm.sys with stop code 0x0A when using smart card authentication.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3054][#247954]

  51. The IMA Service might become unresponsive on the zone data collector, causing users to no longer be able to connect.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3055][#254762]

  52. Windows XP and Vista sessions running on servers with Hotfix PSE450R06W2K3025 installed can display the correct time and date but an incorrect location. For example, a client device set to the Singapore time zone (GMT+8) might display an accurate time of GMT+8 but display Hong Kong as the time zone location.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3056][#257766]

  53. Canceling or ignoring a smart card PIN prompt results in an orphaned session. The issue occurs because there is no timeout associated with the Windows Logon screen that appears when canceling or ignoring the PIN prompt. This fix introduces support for the following registry key that allows you to set a time, in seconds, after which the session is terminated unless a logon completes successfully:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Logon
    Name: LogonIdleTimeout
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 150-240 (decimal)

    [From PSE450R06W2K3058][#256036]

  54. Servers can become unresponsive, refusing to accept new connections and to log off existing ones. The issue can occur when the server is sending messages and the client is not responding.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3060][#256456]

  55. After reconnecting to a disconnected full-screen published desktop session, the desktop can display incorrectly and be unresponsive to keyboard and mouse input.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3061][#256110]

  56. Provisioned XenApp servers refuse to accept connections if they are restarted while the license server is unavailable. The issue occurs because the license server cache file, MPS-WSXICA_MPS-WSXICA.ini, is saved in the %systemroot%\Program Files\Citrix folder, which might be unavailable when the server image shuts down.

    This fix allows you to save the license server cache file in a shared network location - a location separate from the XenApp server image - so that the file is available even when the server image shuts down. If you save the file in a location away from the server image, you must set the following registry key to point to the cache file location:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Install
    Name: LSWSXICALocation
    Type: REG_SZ
    Data: <network location of license server cache file>

    Note: You must restart the server after this registry edit in order for the license file to be cached.

    For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX131202.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3062][#242177]

  57. Servers might experience a fatal exception related to Dynamic Client drive mapping, displaying a blue screen.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3062][#252333]

  58. Regardless of the number of invalid logon attempts permitted by way of an Active Directory policy, users are locked out of Active Directory after just one invalid logon attempt to the Shadow taskbar.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3063][#259528]

  59. Even though forward slashes (/) are legal characters in names of Active Directory organizational units (OU), MFCOM fails to enumerate users for applications who are members of OUs whose names contain that a forward slash.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3065][#259537]

  60. Running the qfarm /app /load command from a non-zone data collector returns an invalid valid value of 99990.

    [From PSE450R06W2K3066][#256458]

Fixes from Earlier Hotfix Rollup Packs

This hotfix rollup pack also includes all fixes contained in the hotfix rollup packs it replaces. For a list of fixes included in each of the replaced hotfix rollup packs, see the corresponding Knowledge Center articles:

Replaced Hotfix Rollup Pack Knowledge Center Article
PSE450W2K3R01 CTX112618
PSE450W2K3R02 CTX116289
PSE450W2K3R03 CTX115626
PSE450W2K3R04 CTX119069
PSE450W2K3R05 CTX120923
PSE450W2K3R06 CTX122756

Installing and Uninstalling This Hotfix Rollup Pack

Notes:

To install this hotfix rollup pack:

  1. Copy the hotfix rollup pack to an empty folder on the hard drive of the server you want to update.

  2. Close all applications.

  3. Run the executable.

  4. Restart the server.

  5. If you are using the Delivery Services Console, restart the server to ensure the hotfix rollup pack is added to the console's hotfix inventory list.

Symbols Files Location

(For use only when instructed by Citrix Technical Support) PSE450W2K3R07 Symbols for Windows Server 2003

Files Updated (All Dates/Times UTC)

File Name

Date

Time

Size

00000402.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
12,048
00000405.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,847
00000406.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,292
00000407.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,444
00000408.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
11,546
00000409.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,614
0000040a.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,346
0000040b.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,098
0000040c.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,430
0000040e.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,499
0000040f.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,183
00000410.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,527
00000411.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
7,048
00000413.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,250
00000414.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,062
00000415.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
11,001
00000416.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,310
00000418.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,544
00000419.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
12,835
0000041a.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,553
0000041b.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,508
0000041d.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,337
0000041f.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,280
00000424.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,900
00000425.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
11,119
00000426.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,602
00000807.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,319
00000809.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,488
0000080a.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,184
0000080c.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,140
00000813.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,125
00000816.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,349
00000c0c.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,074
00001009.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,056
0000100c.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,319
00001809.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,397
00010405.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,539
00010407.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,246
00010409.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,614
0001040a.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,099
00010410.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
10,539
00010415.kbd
06/10/2011
14:00
13,499
0001041b.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
13,544
0001041f.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
10,210
00010c0c.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
10,078
00010c1a.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
10,616
00020409.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
10,147
00030409.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
10,614
00040409.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
10,614
00050408.kbd
06/10/2011
14:01
10,391
acrcfg.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
22,016
AgentSVC.exe
06/10/2011
14:53
180,224
aggressivecompression.exe
06/10/2011
14:06
13,312
AIE.dll
09/10/2009
15:53
173,376
AIECom.exe
09/10/2009
15:54
17,216
AIEIMA.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
33,792
AIERun.exe
06/10/2011
14:12
10,240
AieSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
86,016
AIESetup.exe
06/10/2011
14:12
34,816
AieSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
245,896
altaddr.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
32,768
AltisUl.dll
06/10/2011
14:52
229,376
apsdk.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
102,400
asynchook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
auditlog.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
33,792
CAEServerSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
12,800
CAEServerSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
34,952
CB155441-DAFE-11D8-B092-005056C00008.js
01/07/2011
21:10
6,654
CB155445-DAFE-11D8-B092-005056C00008.js
01/07/2011
21:10
6,565
ccticket.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
73,728
cdfdrv.sys
06/20/2011
22:10
31,280
CdfSvc.exe
06/20/2011
21:48
320,832
cdm.sys
06/10/2011
14:30
382,880
cdmprov.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
81,920
cdmsvc.exe
06/10/2011
13:58
61,440
CgpCore.dll
03/09/2011
20:29
116,112
chfarm.exe
05/16/2011
13:24
151,552
chgcdm.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
53,248
Citrix.Diagnostics.dll
06/20/2011
21:49
42,328
Citrix.Diagnostics.Recorder.Cdf.dll
06/20/2011
21:49
38,264
CitrixFarmProv.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
212,992
CitrixLogServer.dll
05/16/2011
13:20
139,264
CitrixLogServer.tlb
05/16/2011
13:20
12,408
citrixProv.XP10FR3.mof
01/07/2011
21:11
2,005
clnthelp.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
5,120
cltprint.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
17,408
CMCRebrandIcaToolbar.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
12,525
cmstart.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
15,360
ConfigMgrSvr.exe
06/10/2011
14:01
65,536
CPatch.exe
06/20/2011
22:19
106,496
Cpatchbackup_Files.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
2,885
CpatchRestore_Files.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
4,097
cpmon.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
114,688
cpproc.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
16,384
cpprov.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
126,976
CPR169666.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
2,624
CPR181819.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
10,700
CPR190995.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
772
CPR194816.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
5,673
CPR228409.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
2,959
cpscom.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
262,144
cpscom.tlb
06/10/2011
14:52
8,192
CpsSdkClient.tlb
06/10/2011
15:05
67,684
CpSvc.exe
06/10/2011
13:58
376,832
Cpupdrv.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
112,552
Cpupdui.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
143,360
cshadow.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
28,672
ctxabout.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
729,088
CtxActiveSync.exe
06/10/2011
14:04
49,152
ctxadmin.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
208,896
ctxaltstr.sys
06/10/2011
14:31
62,128
CtxAudDmo.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
126,976
ctxauth.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
126,976
ctxbace.exe
06/10/2011
14:11
229,376
ctxchfarm.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
8,704
ctxconfproxy.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
98,304
ctxcpubal.exe
06/20/2011
22:14
53,520
ctxcpubulk.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
41,232
ctxcpucpu.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
53,520
ctxcpudev.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
164,112
ctxcpuperf.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
45,328
ctxcpuperf.ini
06/10/2011
13:42
14,743
ctxcpuperfCounters_dist.h
10/13/2008
19:39
670
ctxcpusched.exe
06/20/2011
22:14
160,016
ctxcpusupp.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
196,880
ctxcpusyslib.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
291,088
ctxgina.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
172,032
ctxhide.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
5,632
ctxload.exe
06/10/2011
15:06
69,632
ctxnotif.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
147,456
ctxpidmn.sys
08/24/2009
20:24
22,816
ctxprn.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
69,632
ctxrdpctls.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
43,008
ctxrdpwsx.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
90,384
ctxrmpn.sys
06/10/2011
14:31
32,680
ctxrpc.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
33,928
CtxSbx.sys
08/24/2009
20:24
201,248
CtxSbxHook.dll
09/10/2009
15:52
558,824
ctxsecureima.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
35,840
ctxsfoshellext.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
94,208
ctxsfosvc.exe
06/10/2011
14:11
139,264
ctxsmcapi.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
86,016
ctxsmcdrv.sys
06/10/2011
14:31
11,272
CtxSta.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
58,880
ctxtestdll.exe
06/10/2011
14:11
39,424
CtxVidDmo.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
126,976
CtxVidDmo1.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
126,976
ctxwmi.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
32,768
ctxxmlss.exe
06/10/2011
14:02
32,256
cupdres_de.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
cupdres_en.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
cupdres_es.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
cupdres_fr.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
cupdres_ja.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
cutildll.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
73,864
cxinjime.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
8,192
cyncstat.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
98,304
driveremap.exe
06/10/2011
14:09
192,512
drvstub.sys
06/10/2011
14:31
5,256
dscheck.exe
05/16/2011
13:24
229,376
DsMaint.exe
05/16/2011
13:23
81,920
EnableLB.exe
06/10/2011
13:55
32,256
encsvc.exe
06/10/2011
14:01
172,032
euem_app.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
118,784
exceldll.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
13,824
FilterInt.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
192,512
ftahotfixuninstall.exe
06/20/2011
22:19
6,656
HCA.Core.dll
06/10/2011
14:13
57,344
HCAService.exe
06/10/2011
14:13
20,480
icabar.exe
06/10/2011
14:07
94,208
icacdd.sys
06/10/2011
14:30
4,232
icactls.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
131,072
icammdrv.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
81,920
icaperf.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
45,568
icaperf.ini
06/10/2011
13:41
77,068
icaperf_def.h
01/07/2011
19:03
4,513
icaport.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
28,672
icareduc.sys
06/10/2011
14:30
13,960
icast.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
11,264
iexplore.exe
06/10/2011
14:03
23,040
ImaAbstract.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
7,680
ImaAccess.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
102,400
ImaAction.dll
06/10/2011
14:31
30,640
ImaAdminSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
110,592
ImaAdminSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
180,360
ImaAdvanceSrv.exe
05/16/2011
13:20
151,552
ImaAppSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
176,128
ImaAppSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
422,024
imacom.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
303,104
imacom.tlb
06/10/2011
14:52
11,416
ImaCommon.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
34,816
IMACompat.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
7,168
ImaDao.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
16,384
ImaDB2.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
77,824
ImaDirect.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
46,080
ImaDistSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
30,208
ImaDistSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
94,344
ImaDomain.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
168,072
ImaExternStorageProxy.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
9,216
ImaExternStorageSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
40,584
ImaFc.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
23,552
ImaFileSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
19,968
ImaFileSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
110,728
ImaGrpSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
32,768
ImaGrpSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
98,440
ImaLhc.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
23,040
IMALogging.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
163,840
ImaMfRpc_Client.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
81,920
ImaMsgs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
46,592
ImaNDS.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
118,920
ImaObjectPermissions.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
69,632
ImaOracle.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
94,208
ImaOracle7.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
81,920
ImaPolicyApi.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
19,456
ImaPolicySal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
126,976
ImaPolicySs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
180,360
ImaPsSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
49,152
ImaPsSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
168,072
ImaRaClient.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
118,784
ImaRaSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
172,168
imareduc.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
13,960
ImaRelSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
25,088
ImaRelSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
66,184
ImaRpcClient.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
11,776
ImaRpcSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
53,896
ImaRuntimeSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
319,624
ImaSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
9,728
ImaSql.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
180,224
ImaSrv.exe
05/16/2011
13:22
122,880
ImaSrvSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
139,264
ImaSrvSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
1,687,688
ImaSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
40,448
ImaSystem.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
204,800
ImaUserSal.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
131,072
ImaUserSs.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
131,208
IMSMgr.jar
06/10/2011
15:00
468,543
ImsSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:56
536,712
IMS_Sal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
94,208
IMUtil.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
245,760
inf2ini.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
90,112
InstallDriver.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
2,546
keysync.exe
06/10/2011
14:05
28,672
libaprutil.dll
03/09/2011
20:26
172,032
libhttpd.dll
03/09/2011
20:26
274,432
licensing_ca.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
1,531,904
LMS20Rules.dll
06/10/2011
14:31
61,576
LmsSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
94,208
lmsss.dll
06/10/2011
14:31
307,336
LogonMonitor.dll
06/10/2011
14:31
30,648
metaframe.XP10FR3.fom
01/07/2011
21:11
2,406
metaframe.XP10FR3.mof
01/07/2011
21:11
22,438
MetaFrameProv.dll
06/20/2011
22:14
307,200
metaframeProv.XP10FR3.mof
01/07/2011
21:11
2,004
mfagent.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
81,920
MFAPHOOK.dll
05/02/2011
09:35
251,824
MfAppSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
180,224
MfAppSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
544,904
MfBrowserSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
18,944
MfBrowserSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
131,208
mfcom.exe
06/10/2011
13:57
421,888
mfcomsrv.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
1,110,016
MFContentSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
49,664
MFContentSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
135,304
mflicperf.ini
06/10/2011
13:41
9,772
MfObjectPermissions.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
47,616
MfPnSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
38,912
MfPnSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
172,168
MfPrintSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
106,496
MfPrintSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
475,272
mfreg.exe
06/10/2011
13:57
491,520
MfRpcSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
319,624
MFRules.dll
06/10/2011
14:31
68,232
MfSrvSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
376,832
MfSrvSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
2,642,056
MFXPPerf.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
31,232
mfxpperf.ini
05/16/2011
13:18
42,734
mfxpperf_def.h
01/07/2011
21:08
2,949
Mgmt.XP10FR4.mof
01/07/2011
21:11
12,884
mmhook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
90,112
mod_async_engine.so
03/09/2011
20:27
22,528
mod_cgp.so
03/09/2011
20:26
102,400
mod_multiplexer.so
03/09/2011
20:27
15,872
mod_proxy.so
03/09/2011
20:26
26,112
MPSAL.dll
04/11/2011
15:27
94,208
pdcrypt1.sys
06/10/2011
14:31
16,264
pdcrypt2.sys
06/10/2011
14:31
181,512
pdrframe.sys
06/10/2011
14:30
13,192
policy.1.0.Citrix.Diagnostics.config
06/20/2011
21:55
597
policy.1.0.Citrix.Diagnostics.dll
06/20/2011
21:55
13,360
printcfg.exe
06/10/2011
14:07
77,824
protector.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
61,440
PS450RegBackup.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
5,004
ps_promote.exe
06/10/2011
13:55
40,960
ps_promotetool.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
20,992
ptlogoff.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
69,632
qaie.exe
06/10/2011
14:12
9,216
qfarm.exe
06/10/2011
13:55
77,824
qserver.exe
06/10/2011
14:06
45,056
RADEAPHOOK.dll
09/10/2009
15:51
253,944
RADEAppSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
RADEAppSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
168,072
radecom.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
126,976
radecom.tlb
06/10/2011
14:52
4,592
RadeMsg.dll
09/10/2009
16:00
189,768
RadeOfflineAccessDriver.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
61,440
RadeOfflineDB.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
11,776
RADESessionSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
86,016
RADESessionSs.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
1,646,728
radexml.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
69,632
ReinstallDriver.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
2,991
ResourceManager.jar
06/10/2011
15:01
1,460,294
RMAlertsAutoSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
14,984
RMAlertsSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
18,056
RMAlertsSS.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
352,392
RMAnalysisComSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:58
14,336
RMAnalysisReportsSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:58
41,096
RMAnalysisSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
9,864
RMAnalysisSS.dll
06/10/2011
14:58
364,680
RMAppSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
32,392
RMAppSS.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
106,632
RMBillingSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:58
61,576
RMBillingSS.dll
06/10/2011
14:59
356,488
rmcom.tlb
06/10/2011
14:59
5,076
RMLogFileSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
34,952
RMLogFileSS.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
73,352
RMMonitorComSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:56
25,088
RMMonitorSal.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
12,424
RMMonitorSDBSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:56
32,392
RMMonitorSID3SAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:56
7,816
RMMonitorSS.dll
06/20/2011
22:19
909,448
RMReportSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
42,120
RMReportSS.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
131,208
RMServerSS.dll
06/10/2011
14:59
41,608
RMSummaryDBSAL.dll
06/10/2011
14:55
26,760
RMSummaryDBSS.dll
06/20/2011
22:19
372,872
saginst.exe
06/10/2011
14:53
319,488
scardhook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
122,880
schannellib.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
13,824
SDBSchemaUpd_Oracle8.sql
01/07/2011
21:11
249,788
SDBSchemaUpd_SQLServer.sql
01/07/2011
21:11
204,346
SDBSchema_Oracle8.sql
01/07/2011
21:11
276,370
SDBSchema_SQLServer.sql
01/07/2011
21:11
263,069
seamls20.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
110,592
sehook20.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
11,776
shadind.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
8,192
shappbarhook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
6,656
shdwhook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
8,192
SmaAlerts.xml
06/20/2011
22:08
74,704
smacom.tlb
04/11/2011
15:32
8,984
SmaSal.dll
04/11/2011
15:27
39,424
SmaService.exe.config
06/20/2011
22:09
146
SmaSs.dll
04/11/2011
15:28
585,864
SpeedScreenApi.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
77,824
SpeedScreenFilter.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
1,331,200
SpeedScreenSession.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
37,376
sphook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
27,648
sslrelayconfig.exe
06/10/2011
14:03
122,880
sslsdk_b.dll
06/20/2011
22:10
898,480
statui.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
16,384
stuisrv.exe
06/10/2011
14:06
5,632
TUICI.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
27,136
twcds.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
19,968
twconfig.exe
06/10/2011
14:06
36,864
twexport.sys
06/10/2011
14:30
10,800
TwnHook.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
942,216
twnmux.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
90,112
twpopup.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
8,192
tzhook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
26,112
tzuser.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
25,088
uihook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
11,776
UIHookRegister.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
2,272
updatdrv.exe
06/10/2011
14:06
9,728
UpdatePath.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
1,196
VanportBuildNumUpdate.vbs
06/20/2011
22:19
2,816
vclipbd.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
25,088
vdtw30.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
752,776
viphook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
118,784
wdica.sys
06/10/2011
14:30
305,672
wdmaudhook.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
10,240
wfapi.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
110,592
wfshell.exe
06/10/2011
14:04
106,496
wpnbr.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
212,992
wshadow.exe
06/10/2011
14:07
135,168
wsxica.dll
06/10/2011
14:30
1,782,032
xpperfdata.dll
05/16/2011
13:26
10,752
xteConfg.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
36,352
zlc_api.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
114,688
zlc_font.dll
06/10/2011
14:29
135,168
00000411.kbd (000c0007)
06/10/2011
14:01
10,745
cdfdrv.cat (driverfiles)
06/20/2011
22:10
7,420
cdfdrv.inf (driverfiles)
06/20/2011
22:10
1,777
cdm.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
6,897
ctxaltstr.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
6,933
ctxaltstr.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
2,782
ctxcdm.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
1,351
ctxrmpn.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
6,921
ctxrmpn.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
1,788
ctxsbx.cat (driverfiles)
08/24/2009
20:24
7,779
CtxSbx.inf (driverfiles)
08/24/2009
20:24
2,469
ctxsmcdrv.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
6,933
ctxsmcdrv.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
1,461
drvstub.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
6,921
drvstub.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
787
icacdd.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
6,915
icacdd.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
1,347
icareduc.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
6,927
icareduc.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
1,309
pdcrypt1.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
6,927
pdcrypt1.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
1,311
pdcrypt2.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
6,927
pdcrypt2.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:31
1,309
pdrframe.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
6,927
pdrframe.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
1,275
twexport.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
6,927
twexport.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
763
wdica.cat (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
6,909
wdica.inf (driverfiles)
06/10/2011
14:30
742
acrcfgUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
5,632
AdminMgr.jar (en)
06/10/2011
15:06
140,564
AdminToolNative.dll (en)
06/10/2011
15:07
32,256
AggressiveCompressionUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
45,056
citrix_ima_core.jar (en)
06/10/2011
15:06
1,101,365
citrix_ima_lms.jar (en)
06/10/2011
15:06
14,820
citrix_ima_sals_mf.jar (en)
06/10/2011
15:06
110,487
cmc-help.dll (en)
06/10/2011
15:02
33,280
cmc-pta.dll (en)
06/10/2011
15:05
14,336
CPatchUI.dll (en)
06/20/2011
22:19
4,608
ctxaboutUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
3,584
ctxactivesyncUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:39
4,096
ctxcpumsg.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
143,360
ctxloadUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
15:01
13,824
ctxsbxmsgUI.dll (en)
09/10/2009
15:46
20,304
dsmaintUI.dll (en)
05/16/2011
13:18
32,768
enablelbUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
3,584
Error.idt (en)
06/20/2011
22:19
35,889
icabarUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
28,672
icaperfUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
6,144
ImaMsgsUI.dll (en)
05/16/2011
13:18
53,248
imasrv4mfUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
49,152
LMS20RulesUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
5,120
LMSRules.jar (en)
06/10/2011
15:06
68,905
MfAppSsUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
24,064
mferrorui.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
23,552
MFEventUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
20,992
MFLicPerfUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
4,608
MfPrintSsUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
2,560
MfSrvSsUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
3,072
mfstatusui.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:38
13,312
MFXPPerfUI.dll (en)
05/16/2011
13:18
11,264
MF_Control.idt (en)
06/20/2011
22:19
156,195
PolicyMgr.jar (en)
06/10/2011
15:06
331,900
printcfgUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
61,440
qserverUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
12,800
RadeMsgUI.dll (en)
09/10/2009
15:46
54,600
SSLRELAYCONFIG.hlp (en)
03/25/2011
16:21
20,796
sslrelayconfigUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:39
23,552
sslsdkUI.dll (en)
06/20/2011
22:10
17,328
statuiUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
69,632
Tool.jar (en)
06/10/2011
15:06
59,699
twconfigUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
9,728
wfshellUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:39
53,248
wsxicaUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:39
8,192
xte.dbm.dir (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
4,096
xte.dbm.pag (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
63,488
xteUI.dll (en)
06/10/2011
13:40
4,096
CPSCOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
03/30/2010
06:19
9,216
CpsSdkClient.Diagnostics.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
03/31/2010
11:03
24,576
cpssdkclient.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
03/31/2010
11:03
372,736
imacompia.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
03/30/2010
06:19
13,312
radecompia.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
03/30/2010
06:20
6,144
RMCOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
03/31/2010
11:03
7,168
SMACOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
03/31/2010
11:03
10,240
CpsSdkClient.dll (gac\hrp06hf016)
07/23/2010
03:50
372,736
cpscompia.dll (gac\hrp07)
06/10/2011
14:04
9,216
CpsSdkClient.Diagnostics.dll (gac\hrp07)
06/10/2011
15:05
24,576
CpsSdkClient.dll (gac\hrp07)
06/10/2011
15:05
372,736
imacompia.dll (gac\hrp07)
06/10/2011
14:03
13,312
radecompia.dll (gac\hrp07)
06/10/2011
14:04
6,144
RMCOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp07)
06/10/2011
15:05
7,168
SMACOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp07)
06/10/2011
15:05
10,240
imasrv4mfUI.dll (ru)
06/10/2011
13:38
49,152
 
File Name

MD5 Checksum

PSE450W2K3R07.msp
6B0EA05599F94A4BDF27F2E456A8FCB9
00000402.kbd
AEDED9B11C785B66A9DBB645EF29DA05
00000405.kbd
D855B0B66DDFAD509F7687CDF99ECC71
00000406.kbd
4D3EFB8E748DB0C4012F363C9ECCFEDA
00000407.kbd
251610B9DFCE0DF3E287DADBCD2893B7
00000408.kbd
822521179234FC546AA848D3A941CB2C
00000409.kbd
BF05AA9F4F48C5376EC62E4BAF7BF815
0000040a.kbd
89CD047BE24F4F48F50885D98A65CFB7
0000040b.kbd
FDAE4773F3B4D8EEF6B8F4D2B9F1A06D
0000040c.kbd
9BD257B6C48696AF0F4C20512C00E104
0000040e.kbd
4451C69BD8102F37B9F727151400D1CC
0000040f.kbd
015F5E68AFD326EE5F9CEC0F61957905
00000410.kbd
9A9671B379F070D558985AE86CDC2FAD
00000411.kbd
7EA13C5B49C5A42BFEC1EA0F02C73C6E
00000413.kbd
666E31AEB918A76614FF230DAE7DD1B3
00000414.kbd
F2D21091FB03C4257391670A6F8EDDA0
00000415.kbd
EF1A084F9C975AD719F13A0E37768006
00000416.kbd
8065941A2257097A9E7228B013DDD5A9
00000418.kbd
5F46A006E1D32579445AB2BAFA86F409
00000419.kbd
B7EC478C348073DEC12A6CFCD1E87909
0000041a.kbd
A5EECB5BF5C29D58424AD23AD56B8871
0000041b.kbd
B2F1D16C1CA28EADC2C51AE956DE0F8B
0000041d.kbd
7D139536D7FE8A4C49242FB26E12FB49
0000041f.kbd
1ECFED80C0D8B80EEA0B0DBC43C8824C
00000424.kbd
87389AC301D95E3148AEC73179BA5A84
00000425.kbd
142DC9E32FD3B72D86D201A63D7F5B88
00000426.kbd
21E072F06CD8EDD4CD6DF7E7A82D3161
00000807.kbd
602D46D7AE4E12E89EBF2B629AC1E577
00000809.kbd
5FD2B46BB88FC645CA533C45E064DAF4
0000080a.kbd
35693541DBFCCCBCCE5C128E4BEEBC74
0000080c.kbd
B84C562A5522A0690D8EB7671B1FC523
00000813.kbd
824AA64EEB3B9817FCC187562D1BEB7E
00000816.kbd
8BAC01D358FD594E50E635F2877D188C
00000c0c.kbd
CEEE1A4E9EB89E51E407895C59720A2C
00001009.kbd
2F8469EEBA59FB43A50D6A2558E88C25
0000100c.kbd
01CCF98C701F465F06C1D2BBC1DAE42D
00001809.kbd
CBA3C0FDF7FA5287E22C2D43D0E39CAF
00010405.kbd
E6329F5662DF39811B09564A64E775F9
00010407.kbd
5F580E7DD841DC732D95B262FC738CE5
00010409.kbd
136B497205E69E01F01EE4B88CDDA4CF
0001040a.kbd
9F346968162282AB313BEA88BC19C6B6
00010410.kbd
43019FFE72952E2CA6075A3FE08AC56A
00010415.kbd
8846166A38D55CD196426CA80ED37F97
0001041b.kbd
4BCD84716D884A7B977DA6D79370BEB0
0001041f.kbd
167F83EDD9553C355498E5AE141317AD
00010c0c.kbd
F6BAD6F2CE85E3BAC8D99A861629ED07
00010c1a.kbd
68E42DE8C33DB5FAFCD271A7D2D20D0A
00020409.kbd
52EA11ACCE92448279ADDBA530FCFADA
00030409.kbd
CBCD093A9D2BB0904A93B43A1D056743
00040409.kbd
2BD581BA22B2E173D50CE91055664B28
00050408.kbd
B09BF3750C484A9F184A2E5C92429B72
acrcfg.exe
E2094FAC977F82F7D38C0964C0EF5A6A
AgentSVC.exe
728CF7771FF939A57026E5B9E3042798
aggressivecompression.exe
2D1A75039501CED8F5D22E35BC942915
AIE.dll
2BB9C69C531E22ACE753971218D14B2E
AIECom.exe
6BE1559CA837FBF02FEF1D579DCBD432
AIEIMA.dll
A4703CC61FD4DE9606F213CACD946F09
AIERun.exe
D93C58CC06617A5670BFC88DD10ADF3F
AieSal.dll
E6D515F86652D93E53923F4D320BD975
AIESetup.exe
AB65DD4B90D811D940B89DF22D43890E
AieSs.dll
DF3457BA250C1D52919CDD69B590BD78
altaddr.exe
28B75F6EF15398B1E3A9BFC98B1F2742
AltisUl.dll
2F8226061AB55C3066FD1178E871336D
apsdk.dll
FACE27A3ABE6C38FFACFDD1305733C27
asynchook.dll
E4F86BD561CF73438C746C583EAE64E3
auditlog.exe
4B1BC36A10051FB13BD29352E1D88108
CAEServerSal.dll
05BD8BBE89E10F8B0DF6B01BAA28BDC1
CAEServerSs.dll
497CAB5FC21B88308CAD7922568D097E
CB155441-DAFE-11D8-B092-005056C00008.js
9932EB2156CAFC902C51EAFFFAB6029C
CB155445-DAFE-11D8-B092-005056C00008.js
9A4D4B152E4F8BB8AB52D0811B9F5F90
ccticket.dll
3A63AA8E53D630891480CF7D411FB756
cdfdrv.sys
B111CDDFB3024B7BFD54A18D84277F0F
CdfSvc.exe
3270D51D394FEB222E3F60CF32B82FCE
cdm.sys
0C0DB9C0E1625B18D35F952340CBA3B4
cdmprov.dll
5DF51267714BC86293AFD929F1DF59F5
cdmsvc.exe
07EBF643A5CE5B028A71A8A63B72F1F8
CgpCore.dll
2E1EA9D8E4D6AB6D6799C6A161522F2C
chfarm.exe
B81A9AB7821E9883359880B3F53B94C3
chgcdm.exe
AFE8F773028EC11CD7726F4CB65D3E32
Citrix.Diagnostics.dll
74B89CB2A01BBFCFB903E26DA88B3EA2
Citrix.Diagnostics.Recorder.Cdf.dll
53A6C74DB77FC909CF26640B31C4AB8B
CitrixFarmProv.dll
4955B316C91363495BD82E39FC453C63
CitrixLogServer.dll
931CBAC583A9E1B03F1AFA950D0E2601
CitrixLogServer.tlb
1DBBEA9C67B8A17B1D91B98DEC46E525
citrixProv.XP10FR3.mof
EA694A62300202B93E1E46C2D5115115
clnthelp.dll
6107DBCFFB8A0957532C3F78FDD4EDA1
cltprint.exe
B5754F0D9509C6C92C6325ED9D994148
CMCRebrandIcaToolbar.vbs
2D5638D1EA15859F55E5E8C5AA50B6BF
cmstart.exe
8346EE2D8B4F9B666D733C4788F0C437
ConfigMgrSvr.exe
32F549E7C36F5A37DB49A821F8F1C24C
CPatch.exe
B3844B59F31A55F5B78B222597DEFCF8
Cpatchbackup_Files.vbs
26FFE12EE9D01798C12108C535E94AE8
CpatchRestore_Files.vbs
C6F69E3FF644469BE89767173212E7FD
cpmon.dll
F242731C1E3E0AE0D889D1CB1BFBD4BC
cpproc.dll
CD3D0B536846C71CC44296E3284E8343
cpprov.dll
62EE7338D9C5C2A4170F752B4464D84C
CPR169666.vbs
20A02EE590A71999B8F3A9BAF9DDDB61
CPR181819.vbs
85715F25A7BA913377C2306713E0B5DB
CPR190995.vbs
2A2E1D4FD15ED7428D6B8724DBCA66B0
CPR194816.vbs
AA703092358CC877E23C21E721B41902
CPR228409.vbs
936CD4C8573E1158C672BCE953370197
cpscom.dll
76EDCCF482D72B550903F4D92F321910
cpscom.tlb
BE54F978D59E2FE9FE3DD7E4794F478E
CpsSdkClient.tlb
BA7804FB94078A5C1632B806A8B407F1
CpSvc.exe
80023D9D7D5FF80E9A3A8610ADF82E2F
Cpupdrv.dll
F2533B4940B99393DF59A26F980B9F1C
Cpupdui.dll
2C4E4C1A4CB30741739BDC5F93160B1C
cshadow.exe
90608777BF7B03BD16AB46652FAC099E
ctxabout.dll
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inf2ini.exe
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lmsss.dll
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MfAppSs.dll
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mfcomsrv.dll
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MfPnSs.dll
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mfreg.exe
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MfSrvSs.dll
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mmhook.dll
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mod_proxy.so
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MPSAL.dll
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pdcrypt1.sys
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pdcrypt2.sys
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pdrframe.sys
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policy.1.0.Citrix.Diagnostics.config
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policy.1.0.Citrix.Diagnostics.dll
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printcfg.exe
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protector.dll
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PS450RegBackup.vbs
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ps_promote.exe
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ps_promotetool.dll
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ptlogoff.dll
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qaie.exe
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qfarm.exe
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qserver.exe
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RADEAPHOOK.dll
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RADEAppSal.dll
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RADEAppSs.dll
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radecom.dll
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radecom.tlb
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RadeMsg.dll
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RadeOfflineAccessDriver.dll
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RadeOfflineDB.dll
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RADESessionSal.dll
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RADESessionSs.dll
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radexml.dll
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ReinstallDriver.vbs
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ResourceManager.jar
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RMAlertsAutoSAL.dll
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RMAlertsSAL.dll
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RMAlertsSS.dll
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RMAnalysisSAL.dll
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RMAppSAL.dll
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RMBillingSS.dll
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rmcom.tlb
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RMLogFileSAL.dll
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RMLogFileSS.dll
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RMMonitorComSal.dll
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RMMonitorSal.dll
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RMMonitorSDBSAL.dll
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RMMonitorSID3SAL.dll
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RMMonitorSS.dll
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RMReportSAL.dll
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RMReportSS.dll
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RMServerSS.dll
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RMSummaryDBSAL.dll
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RMSummaryDBSS.dll
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saginst.exe
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scardhook.dll
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schannellib.dll
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SDBSchemaUpd_Oracle8.sql
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seamls20.dll
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sehook20.dll
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shadind.dll
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shappbarhook.dll
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shdwhook.dll
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SmaAlerts.xml
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smacom.tlb
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SmaSal.dll
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SmaService.exe.config
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SmaSs.dll
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SpeedScreenApi.dll
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SpeedScreenFilter.dll
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SpeedScreenSession.dll
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sphook.dll
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sslrelayconfig.exe
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sslsdk_b.dll
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statui.dll
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stuisrv.exe
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TUICI.dll
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twcds.dll
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twconfig.exe
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twexport.sys
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TwnHook.dll
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twnmux.dll
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twpopup.dll
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tzhook.dll
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tzuser.dll
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uihook.dll
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UIHookRegister.vbs
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updatdrv.exe
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UpdatePath.vbs
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VanportBuildNumUpdate.vbs
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vclipbd.dll
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vdtw30.dll
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viphook.dll
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wdica.sys
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wdmaudhook.dll
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wfapi.dll
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wfshell.exe
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wpnbr.dll
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wshadow.exe
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wsxica.dll
9AB59CCD79756A52D300A42343A78F02
xpperfdata.dll
CD930B9FF23FF2531D5D95CF6BEF5EC9
xteConfg.dll
47ADFA2F29700B27C625DF6821C796C8
zlc_api.dll
9A1835B6BD92C883F94D193108306F1E
zlc_font.dll
716B3D58B70A794616E80F3B67921C0D
00000411.kbd (000c0007)
0657126D85B54F535D187550D8D05E46
cdfdrv.cat (driverfiles)
DC662B04C163038B3733946D139C2AF5
cdfdrv.inf (driverfiles)
FBFB51CBC8A41D7BC008C24BFD30448E
cdm.cat (driverfiles)
D170B45F5357688A5ECC17A2A08D6EA4
ctxaltstr.cat (driverfiles)
6271E36F55680A68437A5FCD055137AA
ctxaltstr.inf (driverfiles)
431B08AB5E8AECE7F1AEB9B03A0321BF
ctxcdm.inf (driverfiles)
10DC64FD830AE524667D0E7F7CDEB3CA
ctxrmpn.cat (driverfiles)
64B2BB1D2A35E751FB7A30A8805F6E49
ctxrmpn.inf (driverfiles)
3C2156C2D455911E36CE27C802277D97
ctxsbx.cat (driverfiles)
74791A5842CBEE9A134D5554300AB977
CtxSbx.inf (driverfiles)
E0D8257BEFBAC96EB8AE3C18551E9CC4
ctxsmcdrv.cat (driverfiles)
BF6C4CCFBB1B5ED40E05DEB2608BB072
ctxsmcdrv.inf (driverfiles)
C877ED3E1BAA7F1A2690287491E62E60
drvstub.cat (driverfiles)
471478401A804412FC36B2AAE0B1E5BB
drvstub.inf (driverfiles)
58D151683F42ACF6AB0596274E99B0DD
icacdd.cat (driverfiles)
E1CB4110C8D7D494A04022978043B910
icacdd.inf (driverfiles)
36B42B1E9D746EA342020DBAC27F16E0
icareduc.cat (driverfiles)
3665C06CD67409C7AF62776DEAC5B58C
icareduc.inf (driverfiles)
479DAF99ED524951E13C9988C641DFED
pdcrypt1.cat (driverfiles)
49DF82F10EC2A02883B866D35C7A81E9
pdcrypt1.inf (driverfiles)
40FBB8220CB1B0DB220085577392C428
pdcrypt2.cat (driverfiles)
8CCFCD8262192C2F1EEFEFCC5A98C95D
pdcrypt2.inf (driverfiles)
D7AD0157D8636D1B9CF581C196189FFA
pdrframe.cat (driverfiles)
278901B3374A82053B2C9006D2D880B4
pdrframe.inf (driverfiles)
BF0B2FFCC133CDDEF8DE302CEF45E272
twexport.cat (driverfiles)
D2B8116477AF3FFCFA3EE233591B8217
twexport.inf (driverfiles)
352FE3BA10157BF41BDB50A6855FCD2F
wdica.cat (driverfiles)
0AE79D3EEABA772139A17301AFCFD27C
wdica.inf (driverfiles)
64083943A7DA5C2C9B6DE99FE5644E66
acrcfgUI.dll (en)
64668BC9D18EC749C567758A1ADEDDA8
AdminMgr.jar (en)
FBADAB6D3412E1F9F4F3A5BFBDF457B8
AdminToolNative.dll (en)
9FC711F02C9AA3F489FA6C22EC56FF25
AggressiveCompressionUI.dll (en)
0BE1FE9B742F98E3ABE1BDDEC7938CFD
citrix_ima_core.jar (en)
9788863326A83F9061E7C4A730AFD4D2
citrix_ima_lms.jar (en)
2D45BF4F9C588B72E5C864FDB429AC30
citrix_ima_sals_mf.jar (en)
046539C0B0260B50BC1D0A119613F071
cmc-help.dll (en)
C2F2C2059E13139C0EEE18035EBEF89B
cmc-pta.dll (en)
F1E596684B4B90A5441BFCEF31524A85
CPatchUI.dll (en)
311418985CD67A1795DFBEE72D082991
ctxaboutUI.dll (en)
66CE32CE7FDD6093D01D3B7C8B06F224
ctxactivesyncUI.dll (en)
4924827C570ECC64BCEFF3FB5C82E796
ctxcpumsg.dll (en)
1F9BA3A4B5E1267098F1ACC39717BAEE
ctxloadUI.dll (en)
349CA9B1BFFC9DD174D7E64D076D1EA1
ctxsbxmsgUI.dll (en)
0FDDE38828FA3697D0D28C7670FC0182
dsmaintUI.dll (en)
DF7F247C376AF0C3448B2EB2F2220643
enablelbUI.dll (en)
BD119450B9C46A35BA42FB6B0039CE55
Error.idt (en)
609F55195DBBA8EB5F89F8238DD76A7C
icabarUI.dll (en)
5E0B6AE38E5535EAB26302FB95B36F5F
icaperfUI.dll (en)
00D01DB9FEB27B86ED00499417D08978
ImaMsgsUI.dll (en)
6390BA95D847E52E08892BD94BCF9D81
imasrv4mfUI.dll (en)
96C1EFFFF3F2B5282D727A3B3FB29146
LMS20RulesUI.dll (en)
BBD5731BA25FAB9254E8E8037941F26F
LMSRules.jar (en)
AA575C5EC32014E3E9CDEF547ABFDC4A
MfAppSsUI.dll (en)
BDE7F822D6D6FE45881527FE657A757F
mferrorui.dll (en)
EF408F936EA284B119B5F4D78E3D4ED6
MFEventUI.dll (en)
E6225562A71C0F94FAA0179EBAE730ED
MFLicPerfUI.dll (en)
9789D3A412865CAD3E7B93243BE56123
MfPrintSsUI.dll (en)
76B2D3CAAA2967AF880A4995AF5C6232
MfSrvSsUI.dll (en)
0280744A6F00E99F05F1794BC8E236A9
mfstatusui.dll (en)
E93F84C7D6DEA3BD77EEC63E7C6CD00E
MFXPPerfUI.dll (en)
C1D3A1EFACE9BD65A31A1AFFD322B8CE
MF_Control.idt (en)
6E655B19CD3B3A9D0CC191764FE0D1C9
PolicyMgr.jar (en)
4E71AC5011E97619EB1D171489644EB6
printcfgUI.dll (en)
8CCCCCC1AFFF29D74C3F1DA230487D67
qserverUI.dll (en)
663B478F9087CB45DA49BF5063673C5E
RadeMsgUI.dll (en)
734765731A0767C1520F622446336FE5
SSLRELAYCONFIG.hlp (en)
776E66059C8691E837052437A89F0780
sslrelayconfigUI.dll (en)
B0110F3E42E6C6151666B91053024502
sslsdkUI.dll (en)
C1FFE546B0213D58E45B452D08CE377C
statuiUI.dll (en)
ED2FEBAF39596FD2505BF7D98F83A378
Tool.jar (en)
89CE53FB1A213FFB8EC0C476B5BA2639
twconfigUI.dll (en)
6E9AC46B7BF2BE408C25BBE4733C4A5C
wfshellUI.dll (en)
3018177D8909728ADE7872202F41525E
wsxicaUI.dll (en)
96F174CD28B94C9F13193B3BC9E22758
xte.dbm.dir (en)
16AFC34A0BC0013C8A1DF5F4F5F17455
xte.dbm.pag (en)
0A3DB095A380A1942C8E6EC6D1B3147F
xteUI.dll (en)
E1AFF2C6E04A4993DB4AD8940EB56A7F
CPSCOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
C246504A1C9B939CFF16B5FBAF9B49B8
CpsSdkClient.Diagnostics.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
25814B676BDF7F066031BC4FE70500FE
cpssdkclient.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
875EF4769D1C42C6942D093DB373F65D
imacompia.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
577BBFBC86601DF41150C12D151B2EB2
radecompia.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
3DB916AF57DE68B55C3192700BA5A763
RMCOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
0C9B1DD643F7FE9AEB2750F152755B54
SMACOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp04hf045)
BD66DE53576708BEDC7A5508E6FB0999
CpsSdkClient.dll (gac\hrp06hf016)
A23FFBF52161CAAAD04FA8FEC7D29BAF
cpscompia.dll (gac\hrp07)
3CD579E01DE5F479AFAB2DFEB4E1BBD7
CpsSdkClient.Diagnostics.dll (gac\hrp07)
1BF3151C5BEAA2BBF326582C29A25F89
CpsSdkClient.dll (gac\hrp07)
FD04CA6446AF76C5F66BA53F7E31D1C1
imacompia.dll (gac\hrp07)
2DB31B181C31104AF94AFE702B92DA88
radecompia.dll (gac\hrp07)
CB4ED98279B325ACA677B968D72DF5FF
RMCOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp07)
49D29F335E18FC19F8BCEB243E7238F0
SMACOMPIA.dll (gac\hrp07)
905BEDE387361AEA3774AAD9F94CBACA
imasrv4mfUI.dll (ru)
83344445F1BEF204DC80ECB1B775AB75

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