Detecting Delphi “application mode” in Citrix

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One of our applications (which was written in Delphi) has been having a problem during start. It's not showing the task bar icon until the main window is up (even though there are loading progress windows, logon-windows, etc. before that).

We're trying to find the code to fix it but now, running the application through Citrix, it shows two icons, one with the icon and the other with no text.

Is there a way for my team to figure out if the application is running through Citrix?

Thanks!
ASKED: October 28, 2013  1:33 PM

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