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Citrix XenApp 6.5 - publish an MSACCESS application, how to fix the icon in the task bar ?

Posted on 2015-02-04
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We are publishing through Citrix XenApp 6.5 a MSACCESS application (mysoftware.accdb). On the Citrix server, MSACCESS 2010 is installed. When our customers open our software from the XenApp web portal, they dont see a MSACCESS icon in their taskbar, but our icon (this is a property in the Citrix AppCenter).
We migrated recently to MSACCESS 2013, and this functionality disappeared : our customers now see, in the task bar, a MSACCESS icon instead of our company icon.
How can I force our icon to show instead of the MSACCESS icon in the task bar ?
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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Only thing I can think of is to check that when you open the DB in A2013, under file, options, current database, you have specified an Application icon and that icon is in the same directory as the DB.

 That icon should then show when you go to publish it.

Jim.
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by:OGisler
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Thank you Jim, I will try this tomorrow and give a feedback.
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Hello Jim, it is working, thank you.
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