Reply To: user.ini?

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thinkthin
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Thanks for the extra information, as always there are a few ways to achive what you are after. One way is to use PNagent as you are using Citrix. Here a a few sugestions.

Citrix PNagent:

– Have a Web interface server and create a PNagent site
– Set the MPserver= command in the wlx.ini file with the IP of the PNagent server
– You could either publish the icon to the desktop or create an icon with a connect statement and pass the user details through.

AD:

You can also do a LDAP look up and log in with AD username and passwords to the terminal and then pass this information on to a Citrix shortcut.

– Use the confgen tool to configure a wlx.ini file that logs in to AD
– build a connect= statement to the Citrix applicaion, make sure you pass the username and password through or the user will have to authenticate twice.

connect=ica
browserip=192.169.1.1
application=desktop
username=$UN
password=$PW
domanname=$DN
fullscreen=1

The final choice is to log the user in automatically as a default user using .ini files only however if the user selects logout instead of shutdown they will not know how to log back in.

Hopefully this is of help, have a play with the confgen tool and the Linux params guide (which I just updated with the latest version). Hopefully you will find a solution,

Cheers,
-TT