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    Like many complanies my corp has instituted a remote internet site to access our company network. We use Citrix Remote Access.

    My understanding is that the Citrix ActiveX control must be available for the browser in order to access the site. For instance, Internet Explorer version 5 and above comes with the control. Netscape requires a plug-in. AOL's default browser (Mosaic?) doesn't have a version of this control.

    I posted a while back because regarding citrix compliant Palm browsers and the response was a general "we wish."

    I was wondering if anyone has solved this problem yet and if new programs like PalmVNC could be used to work around the problem.

    Any light on this subject would be MUCH appreciated!
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    Well, we use Citrix on some of our Solaris machines at work too. The only way I've been able to get this to work is running a VNC server under Solaris, then login using PalmVNC to the Solaris machine. Then you can run Citrix via the PalmVNC client. It's not going to be pretty, but it does work.

    Hope this helps!

    Jason

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