The ranting of an IT Professional

May 8 2009   6:18PM GMT

Altaddr command missing from Citrix Web install

Jason Tramer Jason Tramer Profile: Jason Tramer

The Altaddr command is a command used to specify the external Nat’d address of your server so that Citrix Web can accept requests coming to that address. The Altaddr command gets installed on your computer when you install citrix, makes sense right?

However when you are installing Citrix web portion on a server that isn’t a citrix server you don’t have to download the full packaged and do the full install. Citrix has a smaller installation that is only for the web portion. However for some good only knows why reason, this smaller web only install doesn’t actually install the altaddr command? Does this make sense to anyone?

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