zmag-2015
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WNOS file works with W2k3 but not with W2k8

WNOS file works with W2k3 but not with W2k8

We are upgrading from Citrix PS4 on W2k3 to XenApp 5 on W2k8. We have 6 anonymous apps published that use dhcp/ftp to launch a wnos file. The wnos file has 3 lines that pass windows authentication which works fine in our old environment but when we point it to our new environment it brings up the logon screen and displays the user as "componyname\guestpassword=".
Here is our wnos for this app;

#Wyse Terminal signon settings
signon=0
autoload=1
Priviledge=None

#ICA Connection
connect=ica \
description="logon1" \
icon=default \
username= guest\
password= \
domainname=companyname \
browserip=nil;192.168.40.218;192.168.40.219;192.16 8.40.175;192.168.40.251 \
application=logon1 \
autoconnect=1 \
Resolution=1024x768 \
Fullscreen=yes

Any ideas?

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jolleyutah
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RE: WNOS file works with W2k3 but not with W2k8

Try changing the username line.

You have: username= guest\

you should have: username= guest \ notice the space before the continuation slash. Without the space WTOS was reading the command as: username= guestpassword=

Try that and see what it does.

 

Quote Originally Posted by zmag View Post

We are upgrading from Citrix PS4 on W2k3 to XenApp 5 on W2k8. We have 6 anonymous apps published that use dhcp/ftp to launch a wnos file. The wnos file has 3 lines that pass windows authentication which works fine in our old environment but when we point it to our new environment it brings up the logon screen and displays the user as "componyname\guestpassword=".
Here is our wnos for this app;

#Wyse Terminal signon settings
signon=0
autoload=1
Priviledge=None

#ICA Connection
connect=ica \
description="logon1" \
icon=default \
username= guest\
password= \
domainname=companyname \
browserip=nil;192.168.40.218;192.168.40.219;192.16 8.40.175;192.168.40.251 \
application=logon1 \
autoconnect=1 \
Resolution=1024x768 \
Fullscreen=yes

Any ideas?

 

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RE: WNOS file works with W2k3 but not with W2k8

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