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How to Detect a MetaFrame Presentation Server Client Version

  • CTX105186
  • Created On  Feb 04, 2010
  • Updated On  Mar 10, 2012
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  • Topic : Connectivity, Installation/Upgrade

There are several methods for checking the Client version.

From the Client Side

Open the Program Neighborhood, go to the help menu, use the About.

Client-side script to update the Client:

<html>
<body>
<script language="VBScript">
Function IcaObjVersion()
Dim obj, strVersion
Err.Clear
'On Error Resume Next
IcaObjVersion = 0
Set obj = CreateObject("Citrix.ICAClient")
If (Err.number = 0) Then
IcaobjVersion = obj.ClientVersion
Else
Err.Clear
Set obj = CreateObject("Wfica.WficaCtl.6")
If (Err.number = 0) Then
IcaobjVersion = obj.ClientVersion

Else
Err.Clear
IcaobjVersion = 0
End If
End If
Set obj = Nothing
End Function

Function GetIt()
dim tmp
tmp = IcaObjVersion()
msgbox(tmp)
End Function

GetIt()

</script>

</body>
</html>

From the Server Side

While the Client is connected, open the Presentation Server Console and check the build version of the Client.

The date of the Wfica file in the modules is also useful.

From the Access Suite Console

There is a preconfigured report “Client type report” that runs off the Resource Manager summary database. It displays a break down of Client types, such as 32-bit Windows, Macintosh, and so on.


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