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How do you turn off Citrix bitmap cache

Posted on 2007-11-14
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I was told the bitmap cache was in the client settings, but I don't see it.  Where do I turn it off.

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J.R.
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how do your clients connect to Citrix?  Are they using Web Interface? or connecting through Program Neighborhood?
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Program Neighborhood
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go to the Settings of your Application Set in Program Neighborhood and then look on the Default Options tab.  There is a box for "Use disk cache for bitmaps"
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