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Work have upgraded their secure Citrix portal. Of course being corporate IT types "only IE8" is supported....

I previously used Google Chrome or other browsers to access the system. Now only Firefox, IE8 and Safari work AOK.

Google Chrome 11 beta on Win 7 64 and Google Chrome 8 on Ubuntu 10.10 give an error (enclosed in the jpeg file) as a message when one tries to launch Remote Desktop.

Any ideas?
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Beta 11?  Have you tried uninstalling and going back to Google 10 (Windows 7)?  I'd try that first.  It's in Beta for a reason.  If you're accessing a production environment, I'd go with what works.  
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Coz Chrome 8 on Ubuntu 10.10 does that same thing as does Chrome 10 on a separate XP machine.
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This may sound crazy, but you could even try the Chrome IE tab extension.  I can't find the specific error, but I know we use IE and Firefox almost exclusively here.
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Sorry tried it already
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Clearing browser cache on Windows 7 64 Chrome browser fixed the problem. But not with Ubuntu...
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Do the Google or Ubuntu forums say anything about this?  I poked around when I had a few minutes to kill, but I couldn't find this specific error.
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And Ubuntu issue ended up being un-installing Open Java and installing Sun Java
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Answered my own question
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