Isn't citrix just a virtual volume?  It has been over a decade since I had
to mess with it.

On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 11:51 AM, <> wrote:

> A potential client of mine uses Citrix and is very happy with it.  He said
> they basically wipe/replace the image daily.  I guess that way they don't
> have to worry about viruses?  If I were to develop a desktop app for them,
> I'd have to consider how to upgrade it easily.  He said updating/creating
> the image is usually painful and takes a long time.
> On 2017-08-11 08:16, Michael Madigan wrote:
>> All I use now is a chromebook logged into a terminal server, but it's
>> not without problems.    Seems you have to have a computer with few
>> extensions loaded to avoid freezing.
>>       From: Fred Taylor <>
>>  To: ProFox Email List <>
>>  Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2017 2:10 PM
>>  Subject: Re: [NF] Windows updates August problems?
>> We STILL have about half our machines at work and my personal laptop, that
>> won't reboot properly after some updates.  Get the black screen with the
>> spinning white dots forever.  The only common thing between them is they
>> are all Dells.
>> Microsoft is really beginning to bug me (more so now then ever!).  We have
>> been considering ChromeBoxes and remote desktop into a Windows server, but
>> even that would require massive change.  We are heavily dependent on Excel
>> automation for lots of things we do.
>> Fred
>> On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 10:30 AM, Ted Roche <> wrote:
>> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 8:37 PM, Ken Dibble <> wrote>
>>> >
>>> > A recent Win 10 update broke the Update History. Could that be why the
>>> user
>>> > thinks nothing has been installed?
>>> >
>>> >
>>> windows/windows-10-1607-cumulative-update-kb-4034658-
>>> wipes-out-update-history.html
>>> >
>>> > Windows Automatic Updates. Just Say No. (TM)
>>> >
>>> And as a double-bonus, if you had any updates hidden, say because they
>>> corrupted your machine, the cumulative update un-hid them so they get
>>> applied and, *boom*.
>>> How can you not love the company that does this?
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