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Citrix Program Neighborhood Agent

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by jerseylynch, May 20, 2008.

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  1. jerseylynch

    jerseylynch Thread Starter

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    I work remotely at my home for a brokerage firm. We use the RSA secure ID and Citrix. With my new Vista computer I have been getting a pop up several times per day. This is what the pop up says " Change Server - Citrix Program Neighborhood Agent.
    What is the name of the server hosting your published resources? Examples: servername (for non-secureconnections0 or https://servername (for secure connections).
    I don't know how to answer this question and have called 1) my ISP, 2)my company technical support and 3)Citrix. No one can help me answer this question and rid myself of this pop-up.
    Finally, the pop up warns "The server you specify here can be used to remotely configure Program Neighborhood Agent settings. Only specify the address of a trusted server.
    Can anyone help me solve this problem?
     
  2. pretendtech

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    The problem is you probably have the Citrix Neighborhood agent set to open on startup.

    To remove, go to start, all programs, startup, if you see the Neighborhood agent there, opposit click on it and delete shortcut.

    This should stop the pop ups.
     
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