David Carroll

David Carroll is chief technical officer and vice president of product engineering with US Data Authorityan, an MCSE, an MCP+Internet, a CNE, a CCA, and a CCI. He writes a column for the biweekly email newsletter Thin-Client UPDATE (http://www.win2000mag.net/email).

Articles by David Carroll
A Licensing Problem
David Carroll answers a reader's questions about expiring temporary licenses.
Shadowing MetaFrame Users
David Carroll answers a reader's question about shadowing Citrix MetaFrame users for remote troubleshooting.
Delays for Remote Terminal Services Users 1
David Carroll offers solutions for users who experience delays when connecting remotely to a Win2K Server Terminal Services machine.
Setting Up the Citrix XML Service 2
Columnist David Carroll answers a reader's questions about getting the Citrix XML Service to work.
Setting Up a Cisco Router
Columnist David Carroll helps a reader who's setting up Cisco 2611 router with NAT and ACLs that block all traffic in and out a Windows 2000 Server Terminal Services machine with Citrix MetaFrame 1.8.
The Java ICA Client and Drive Mapping 2
In this issue of Get the Skinny, David Carroll explains how to install the Citrix Java ICA client and map drives.
Limited Logon Scripts for Terminal Servers 3
Columnist David Carroll answers a reader's question about a logon script that's causing problems with Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition (TSE).
Mapping Client Drives and Printers with RDP 8
David Carroll explains how RDP for Windows 2000 Server Terminal Services can map client drives and printers the way ICA does.
Installing ODBC on a TSE Server with MetaFrame 1
David Carroll answers a reader's questions about a program that works only for members of the Administrators group.
Managing Printer Drivers 2
Columnist David Carroll answers a reader's question about managing printer dirvers on a Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition (TSE) network.
Client Error Using Citrix Nfuse 1.0
David Carroll answers a reader's question about setting up Citrix MetaFrame 1.8 farm on Windows 2000 Server and configuring the setup so that users can access it with Citrix Nfuse 1.0 on a Microsoft IIS 4.0 server.
Fixing Server Farm Problems 1
Columnist David Carroll helps a reader who wants to remove an old application from an old farm and remove the old farm name from a new server.
DOS Printing 33
Columnist David Carroll answers a reader's question about printing from a finance package at a remote site. The reader, whose site depends on DOS mappings, couldn't figure out how to map printers to the site.
Publishing an Access-Based Application on the Internet 4
Columnist David Carroll addresses a reader's question about using an .ica file to publish a Microsoft Access-based application on the Internet.
Printing over a WAN
Columnist David Carroll adresses a reader's questions about printing over a WAN in a Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition and Citrix MetaFrame environment.
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