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Installation of citrix on windows 2003 server

Posted on 2006-11-18
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Hi there,

  I am trying to install Citrix server on windows 2003 server freshly installed. But i am getting error message that " It cannot install while terminal services running in remote administration m ode.
  I run command
    change user /install

but same message.
  If anyone can help.

 Thanks
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You will need to change your Terminal Server mode to Application mode.  You can do this from Add/Remove Windows Components, if Terminal Server is already selected, click Next and it will prompt you for the Terminal Server mode that you would like your server to be.
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