What is the optimal solution for dual monitors for Citrix Presentation Server 4.5?

Posted on 2008-11-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
We are running blades using PS 4.5 on Server 2003 Enterprise and we would like to implement dual screens /  monitors for some of our users.

We have found the SplitView software but is this the optimal solution?
Question by:lrkwalkers
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    What type off clients do you have. Wyse have created a Dual Screen sw that is free and is a very good solution. When a user maximise a applications it only maximises in one screen. If its Win XP or so clients SplitView is a good solution to fix this issue with maximise applications. But it cost.


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    We are using HP thin clients.  
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    Then SplitView is a good solution. HP haven't come with sw for this yet. (So far I know) I will also give you a tips to try Wyse V10 L thin clients. It have mutch faster boot time and feautures than HP. And no, i don't work for Wyse. But have been working with thin clients for several years now. :)


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    We have used HP for a while now across our organization so we can't really change now.  We'll give SplitView a go.


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