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change modus after installation of everey aplication

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Hello,
after i installed a new terminalserver with MS W2K3 EE and Citrix Presentation Server 4.0, i need to install the aplications.

So my question is:
Must i change from install modus to execute modus after installation every aplications or
can i install two three and more at one time and after the fourth or what i change from install to execute ?

Best regards
insi01
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When you do "change user /install"  you can install several apps.  When you're done installing you have the change back with "change user /execute"
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