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Access under Citrix

Posted on 2011-09-06
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I do not have access under Citrix.

It initiates the connection but nothing happens and it ends with a error message " routing impossible".
please can you help me? its verry urgent
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by:WalkaboutTigger
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Are you traversing a firewall on either side?
Can you tracert to the external IP address of the Citrix server? Can you tracert to the external name of the Citrix server, if it has one?
If the client machine and the Citrix server are on the same subnet, can you ping the Citrix server by IP address?  By name?
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by:DRRAM
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I have a proxy pac
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the problem is solved using the Citrix Client
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thx
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