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#1 Kojack


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Posted 04 March 2008 - 12:13 PM

Hi I used to be able to access my work network from home using a Citrix presentation server. I started experiencing problems with this and decided to install a newer more up to date version. I tried to download the latest download I needed (Citrix Presentation Server Client Version 10.150) but recieved the following error message half way through installation "You currently have a client package installed that is not compatible with this upgrade please contact your system administrator (who don't have a clue by the way!) for the correeect upgrade package. I uninstalled my other version and now I get a Error 1606. Could Not Access Network Location. Can you help me as I do not undertand how to fix this problem as i think it involves registry keys???? Kind Regards.

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 01:30 PM

Since you do not seem to be getting responses here. You might want to check in with the support offered at the Citrix website at this link. http://www.citrix.com/lang/English/home.asp This may be a limited use application as far as the majority of our user base at Bleeping Computer.

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