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    Finally found something I like about a Mac
    Just got Parallels to play with and now I can run an Exchange client, connect to a network printer and setup and run a Citrix client with half of the hassle. This I like.

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    But your title implies you hate everything else!

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    yes your on Mac-Forums...I'd take your hatred else where.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenyc View Post
    Just got Parallels to play with and now I can run an Exchange client, connect to a network printer and setup and run a Citrix client with half of the hassle. This I like.
    What kind of problems did you have installing the Citrix client on your Mac?
    Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!

    https://youtu.be/KHZ8ek-6ccc

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenyc View Post
    Just got Parallels to play with and now I can run an Exchange client, connect to a network printer and setup and run a Citrix client with half of the hassle. This I like.
    Where was it you had a FULL hassle instead of a half? :bone:
    "We have enough youth, what we need is a fountain of smart"! - Unknown

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    Does your title mean you don't like anything else, or you are especially happy with this?

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    Wink Wow everyone
    is so touchy, lol. I'm sure the meaning was intended to be interpreted in relation to problems with those specific items and not the operating system as a whole.
    :tusks: Silent and Listen Contain the Same Letters....:tusks:

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    I wasn't being touchy, I was just trying to clarify since there seemed to be some lack of understanding with the title. People do get pretty touchy around here. I had that problem with some poorly-placed words myself when my meaning was completely benign, even complimentary, toward Apple and Macs.

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    well, if we're "touchy", it's because fanatical interpretation is that he slandered the one true OS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dadsgravy View Post
    well, if we're "touchy", it's because fanatical interpretation is that he slandered the one true OS!
    LMAO!!! Classic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenyc View Post
    Just got Parallels to play with and now I can run an Exchange client, connect to a network printer and setup and run a Citrix client with half of the hassle. This I like.
    I'll just take this moment to mention that any Mac can natively run Citrix, connect to a network printer, and run an Exchange compatible mail client (Mail.app is Exchange compatible, which comes on all Macs).

    Your point is moot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris22x View Post
    I'll just take this moment to mention that any Mac can natively run Citrix, connect to a network printer, and run an Exchange compatible mail client (Mail.app is Exchange compatible, which comes on all Macs).

    Your point is moot.
    The thing I was most curious about was Citrix (and the reason I asked). I can see where attaching to a networked printer, shared from a Windows printer might be a problem (driver issues). I can also see where setting up a client other than Outlook for Exchange might be less than straightforward. What I can't understand is the Citrix client as that installation couldn't be any easier on Windows - the process is almost identical (extract and run the installer).
    Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!

    https://youtu.be/KHZ8ek-6ccc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris22x View Post
    I'll just take this moment to mention that any Mac can natively run Citrix, connect to a network printer, and run an Exchange compatible mail client (Mail.app is Exchange compatible, which comes on all Macs).

    Your point is moot.
    Wow, I just realized what a jerk I sounded like in that post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwa107 View Post
    What kind of problems did you have installing the Citrix client on your Mac?
    I was about to ask the same question...

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