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Single Sign On with Linux VDA 1.1

Customers want things to be easier. A common request is to support Single Sign On (SSO).  Instead of having to enter credentials more than once, SSO remembers the username and password. The SSO design is secure yet provides a better

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Mobile WinForms Hello World

In the last post, it discussed how to create a simple Hello World example using WinForms.  The example displays the words “Hello World” in the client area of the window and it calculates how big to make the text based

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Simple WinForms Hello World Example

Not long ago, a member of the team thought it would be a good idea to show the simplest program possible using the Mobile SDK for Windows Apps.  This was an excellent idea since “Hello World” is commonly used to

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Debugging XAMA SDK Applications

When a developer first experiments with mobile phones and tablets, one of the first questions is how it can be debugged.  With PCs it is fairly easy to start a debugger for a program since the environment is well established

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Citrix XenApp Mobile Application SDK Version 1 Available

The first version of the Citrix XenApp 6.5 Mobile Application (XAMA) SDK has been published on the Citrix web site as of December 17, 2011.  In order to use the SDK, the XenApp server must have the Citrix XenApp 6.5

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Session Recovery Idea 422

Here’s another idea ahead of its time. This one also came from iForum 2003, but from a different customer. At the time it seemed like a largely unsolvable problem with MetaFrame. This has since changed with the advancement of virtualization

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