Sending a one-bit message through a Citrix session

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We have several programs that are running both locally / on a Citrix session. We need to send a one-bit message from the program, which is running locally, to the program running on the Citrix session.We've thought about these options:
  • Utilizing TCP/IP
  • Utilizing the shared clipboard to briefly send a message.
  • Sending a keystroke, which will be intercepted by the program running on the session.
  • Utilizing a common file server.
Which would be the preferred method? Thank you!
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  • TomLiotta
    In general, you cannot send a "one-bit message" anywhere except across a dedicated serial circuit. TCP/IP, clipboard data, keystrokes, file server data, all of those will generally handle at least 8 bits at a time, i.e., one byte. Please give a more detailed requirement. You might send a byte with only one bit meaningful, ignoring the other seven; and that can be done almost any way you wish. -- Tom
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