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EMF Viewer pops up instead of printing within Citrix

Posted on 2008-06-11
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This question have been up before, and the solution was to uncheck 'preview on client'.
This solution didn't help us.
The printer is a client generated printer, using universal print. It's not allways this EMF-print
appears on the client, but offen, the client suddenly got a lot of open EMF prints on the
local machine. Hopefully you understand the question :-)

Kind regards
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You must use ICA Client 10.100 or prefarable 10.200 to get rid of it as the ix also require client-side fix.
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