Educational Software Thread, Macromedia Fireworks MX 2004 in Terminal Services in Technical; We're trying to run the Macromedia Studio MX package in a Citrix terminal services environment.
We're having issues with Fireworks ...
7th May 2009, 01:56 PM #1
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Macromedia Fireworks MX 2004 in Terminal Services
We're trying to run the Macromedia Studio MX package in a Citrix terminal services environment.
We're having issues with Fireworks MX 2004, which appears to 'lock' a processor for anything but the first instance of it running on the box.
We haven't been able to isolate anything from Filemon/Regmon. Publishing as an App & using Application Isolation Environment hasn't been able to resolve it yet, although we're looking at re-jigging our config.
Upgrading the Suite isn't an option at the moment due to cost.
Does anyone have Fireworks MX 2004 working in TS Server 2003? & Citrix?
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7th May 2009, 02:29 PM #2
Yes but it eats RAM for breakfast. The majority of our kids now use The GIMP instead.
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13th May 2009, 04:21 PM #3
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Do you have it running in an application isolation environment? or just working from a straight install?
I don't suppose you have any notes on anything you had to customise to get it to work smoothly?
It does take an amount of ram, but no worse than an extended IE session, our ICT HOD is adamant he wants to use it for creating menu systems, so an alternative seems out at present.
26th November 2009, 01:12 PM #4
any answer on this?
was an answer found on this? I guess appsense could be used to reduce the load on the processors, but would be better to address the issue head on rather than find a work around.
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