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    Citrix/TS pricing

    What kind of prices should I be expecting for the following:

    Citrix Xenapp 'advanced' license
    Citrix Access gateway 'standard'
    Windows terminal server CAL 2008

    As I have varied prices, such as:

    Xenapp 118-140
    Access gateway 37-45
    Terminal Server CAL 2.75-16

    Any help would be hugely appreciated in these budget strapped times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KWestos View Post
    What kind of prices should I be expecting for the following:

    Citrix Xenapp 'advanced' license
    Citrix Access gateway 'standard'
    Windows terminal server CAL 2008

    As I have varied prices, such as:

    Xenapp 118-140
    Access gateway 37-45
    Terminal Server CAL 2.75-16

    Any help would be hugely appreciated in these budget strapped times!

    Hi,

    For Citrix XenApp Advanced, you are looking at about 150 with today's dollar rate.

    How many XenApp clients? Unless you are expecting many hundreds of remote connections, you just do not need the Citrix Access Gateway. We do not have any schools with this installed with some major thin clients (600+).

    Windows TS CALs about 12-13 on a SELECT agreement, if you have a specialism, then you can get SELECT pricing or the local authority is bound to be subscribed so SELECT pricing should be OK with yourselves.

    You will need to look at MS Server CALs too. If you are converting existing PCs, then you are covered.

    You will also need one CAL for every machine that connects including remotely as a CAL will be assigned for up to 90 days. Citrix XenApp is based on concurrency so should not be an issue.

    I hope this helps.

    George
    ghannahuk@hotmail.com

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    XenApp Enterprise comes with Secure Gateway which would negate the need for Access Gateway for the number of clients you will be talking about. I'm not sure if 'Advanced' comes with this though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_ View Post
    XenApp Enterprise comes with Secure Gateway which would negate the need for Access Gateway for the number of clients you will be talking about. I'm not sure if 'Advanced' comes with this though.
    Hi Ric, How much more would the 'Enterprise' version cost over the 'Advanced'?

    We are initially staring with 30 internal clients, hopefully leading to 150+ by next year. I want to use Citrix for staff and pupils to remotely login. Now I set the figure at 30 initially, but this may rise, but obviously not in the hundreds. I doubt we would ever have more than 5-60 concurrent 'external' users on at any one time.

    What would you say was the maximum Xenapp Enterprise (including Secure gateway) external connections can cope with?


    I have just had a look at Citrix's website and there is a product called 'Xenapp Fundamental's' which allows 75 remote users, do you have any experience of this?

    Many thanks
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    Interesting figures.. can I ask who you've been getting quotes from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oops_my_bad View Post
    Interesting figures.. can I ask who you've been getting quotes from?
    The cheapest quotes all come from SCC, but I think they may have the wrong items - I'm still looking into it at the moment.

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