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    Citrix XenApp Web plugin msi file

    I've searched high and low but I cant seem to find an msi file for the Citrix XenApp web plugin in an msi format, as I need to install it on a load of machines.
    Its needed for accessing our partnered college's VLE

    I tried the extracted .exe and it contains 3 .msi files and a load of other files but it would be nice if I could just use a single msi to deploy this over the network.

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    Last time i did it i extracted it from the Citix Receiver .exe

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    This? Citrix - Receiver for Windows 3.4

    EDIT: ICAWebWrapper.msi does that sound like it?
    Last edited by Gaz; 8th January 2013 at 01:52 PM.

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    Thats it and i think that was the name of the .msi. Now i just stick on the whole program.

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    Will it work OK on its own? or does it require the whole program to be fully functional? The students login to the website and then launch a program from the website a .ICA file, I assumed it would be just the web plugin that was needed for it to work.

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    It used to work on its own i assume it still will.

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    This is the proceedure they have to follow Off Campus Applications but as they can't install the software themselves I'm going to do it. The web plugin they are asked to install is 13meg and the ICAWebWrapper.msi is 9meg so I assume its pretty much everything. I'll try it on one and see what happens.

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