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Citrix, Windows Server 2003, and svchost.exe

Posted on 2006-06-28
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We recieved an eval. copy of Citrix Metaframe Presentation server and are installling it on a server 2003 machine with terminal services.  After a few hours of frustration, we figured out we needed both asp.net 2.0 and j# 2.0 to have it work... and then we got this error:

The instruction at "0x00c11627" referenced memory at "0x45535f4e". The memory could not be "read".

Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on CANCEL to debug the program

It kills my terminal services, and some other things.  I'm to the point of shooting my monitor, so please help me out.

Thanks!
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by:char1iecha1k
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Not sure what your problem is, but is the need for the extra capabilities of Citrix present in your situation? The built in TS does most of what the average user wants.
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by:repco
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No, I don't believe so atleast.  I just want the remote user to log in and use a few programs and print. When I uninstall Citrix, the problem goes away.  
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by:repco
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Okay, nevermind.  I found out what it is...

In the Presentation Server Console, you can change your edition type.  Well, it was set to the wrong edition...I changed that and it seems to have stopped.  but if anyone has any good walkthroughs on anything Citrix, please let me know!!

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