seperate wnos.ini?

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    Avatarchris_stevens
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    Hi Guys,

    Is it possible to have two seperate wnos.ini files and have chosen clients connect to a particular one?

    TIA
    Chris

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Hi Chris,

    there are several ways to use different wnos.ini files, but there is no way to give the user a chance to select one at bootime.
    Possible ways:
    – use different FTP Server
    – use different folders on the same FTP server
    – use different FTP Server pushed via DHCP option tags based on subnets
    – use a combination of wnos.ini and mac.ini/user.ini

    What do you want to achieve?
    CG

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    Avatarchris_stevens
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    Hi CG,

    Our Citrix administrator is wanting to test a new citrix farm on a new environment on a group of selected S10/V10 users obviously leaving the remaining users untouched.

    What would be the easiest way to do this?

    Thabnks for your help
    Chris

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    If it is just a test, I would use a different subfolder on your existing FTP server and assign the path manually to the test clients.

    CG

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    Avatarchris_stevens
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    @ConfGen wrote:

    If it is just a test, I would use a different subfolder on your existing FTP server and assign the path manually to the test clients.

    CG

    How would I do this? I have tried to edit the Fileservers/path field however this is greyed out and would the DHCP options not overwrite this on boot?

    Thanks again
    Chris

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    Of course DHCP will override this.
    For testing you would have to give a fixed IP instead of DHCP.

    CG

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