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Can you use Wyse S10 with Wyse ThinOS with Citrix Access Essentials 2.0

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The title says it all, but I was wondering if the Wyse S10 can be used with CAE 2.0 because I think CAE 2.0 does not have PNAgent, only Program Neighborhood. So can Wyse ThinOS be used with only PN and without PN Agent? Or, can PNAgent be configured with CAE 2.0 and then Wyse ThinOS on a S10 would work? Thanks!

Update: I found that according to Citrix http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX113857 that PN Agent is now available for CAE2.0 However, i don't think that i have PN Agent installed with my CAE installation. Is this normal, or is there some way to install PN Agent? But still, does the Wyse S10 with Wyse ThinOS work with CAE 2.0? Thanks!
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If you have Web interface installed you should have the ability to create a PN agent site.
This would be the same process used for your web interface site.
I believe the S10 has the embedded PNagent client and would be compatible. (up until hotfix rollup 4 for xenapp 4.5 and 5) then a firware update may be needed for the THinOS clients.
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