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VB Script error 800a01b6

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when i try and connect to our citrix server via the web access i get this error after entering the username, password and domain.   ANy ideas?

VBscript runtime error 800a01b6
object doesn't support this property or method.
'appList.toAppNameSet'

/Citrix/NFuse17/include/applistImpl.vbs, line 344

this is the line.

 Set Session("NFuse_AppNameSet") = appList.toAppNameSet()
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Looks like the appList object doesn't support the function (or property) called "toAppNameSet".   You should be able to verify that with the object browser.

If the object browser DOES show that method/proprerty, then the error most likely is coming from something inside it.  That may be a little tougher to track down depending on who the author of that code is.
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