Dean, I appreciate the link. Thanks! I'll need to start testing this.
Here are some tips for keeping within the license agreement. There is a special purchase required to use AutoCAD and Revit with XenApp. Without it you are violating the end user licnese agreement (EULA). The specific verbiage for the EULA was posted in the forum here. Basically it says you can’t self-host an Autodesk application unless Autodesk designates it and you purchase a special license.
Some technical solutions that may be helpful for XenApp users are:
Map 3D requires post install scripts for all versions of XenApp it is supported on.
Thanks Doug, this is a great reference.
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