Other Issues - Citrix error - Asked By farrukh on 04-May-12 02:36 PM

Hi all,


I am launching a client of citrix to connect server getting error.





any one take me out
[)ia6l0 iii replied to farrukh on 04-May-12 09:37 PM
I am not sure how to get the NFuse to install on the Java virtual machine. But after you do, you should ensure that the path is added to the ClassPath variable. 

And also, post this issue in Citrix Forums - you would get a good response. 
http://forums.citrix.com/ 

Hope this helps.
Sreekumar P replied to farrukh on 06-May-12 05:37 AM
Hi,


Fist of all, Do you use remapped serverdrives?


This may be way off base (All of my Citrix knowledge is self taught from "hands on" admin and books):

Right click "My Computer" and go to Properties -> Advanced (tab), and then click the "Environment Variables" button. Look under "System Variables" and see if one is there called CLASSPATH (you could even create one if want to give it a shot).

Copy the paths that are in there to a text file, just in case this is wrong and you need to restore what was there. If there are multiple paths, you can seperate them with a semi-colon (you'll see what I mean). Put the path in there that you need (and leave any others that are there along with it!), and restart the appropriate services or reboot the machine. Sit back and see what happens.

I've written a fair amount of Java, and it seems like there's always something going goofy with the environment variables. I suspect that this is because Java doesn't really target any system in particular, so it makes no assumptions about the file-system structure of any machine.

Also- because this is a terminal server, I have no idea whether or not simply doing this as Administrator takes care of the problem, or if you need to put the machine in install mode or something similar.

Hope this helps.

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Sreekumar P
Jitendra Faye replied to farrukh on 07-May-12 12:48 AM
I think this is because of Class path variable . Check your class path variable first.

Right click "My Computer" and go to Properties -> Advanced (tab), and then click the "Environment Variables" button. Look under "System Variables" and see if one is there called CLASSPATH (you could even create one if want to give it a sho
t).

Copy the paths that are in there to a text file, just in case this is wrong and you need to restore what was there. If there are multiple paths, you can seperate them with a semi-colon (you'll see what I mean). Put the path in there that you need (and leave any others that are there along with it!), and restart the appropriate services or reboot the machine.
Anil Kumar replied to farrukh on 07-May-12 02:39 AM
Right click "My Computer" and go to Properties -> Advanced (tab), and then click the "Environment Variables" button. Look under "System Variables" and see if one is there called CLASSPATH (you could even create one if want to give it a shot). 
Copy the paths that are in there to a text file, just in case this is wrong and you need to restore what was there. If there are multiple paths, you can seperate them with a semi-colon (you'll see what I mean). Put the path in there that you need (and leave any others that are there along with it!), and restart the appropriate services or reboot the machine. Sit back and see what happens.
I suspect that this is because Java doesn't really target any system in particular, so it makes no assumptions about the file-system structure of any machine.
Well, I would suggest you one more option to go for, remove and reinstall NFuse and this will most probably solve your issue. If not then please check out the further details about the NFuse.properties file at:
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX357421 

Also go ahead and check the config. process, check whether you have followed the same.
http://www.brianmadden.com/blogs/citrix_metaframe_xp_advanced_technical_design_guide_including_feature_release_2/pages/nfuse-web-server-configuration.aspx 
 Also there is a list of some commonly known issues check them out,
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX438640 

farrukh replied to Anil Kumar on 17-May-12 02:02 AM
I have noticed that i havent got a folder of nufuse in the program file citrix how to re get it