Learn how to run AutoCAD Map 3D on Citrix XenApp in this webinar on Wednesday, June 25, 2008 featuring Arnold Schwabe, Autodesk Technical Consultant.

A number of guides for running AutoCAD on Citrix environments have been floating around on the Web. There is the  unofficial guide to running AutoCAD 2006 via Terminal Services or XenApp (it was called Presentation Server at that time) as highlighted by Michel Roth.  More recently, Gus Pinto from Citrix highlighted the just-released guide Installing AutoCAD Map 3D on Citrix XenApp. In short, I’ve observed a lot of energy around the Citrix/Autodesk relationship in the past few quarters.

Now learn more about running AutoCAD Map 3D on XenApp by attending the Citrix and Autodesk TechTalk webinar (registration required) . Topics to be covered are: 

  • Simplify application management by delivering AutoCAD Map3D with Citrix XenApp
  • Improve efficiency and flexibility of Autodesk’s geospatial applications
  • Enhance application performance – scalability and performance test results
  • Technical overview of installation and server configuration
  • Reduce costs – a detailed look at ROI results

Featured Speaker
Arnold Schwabe, Autodesk Technical Consultant

Arnold has been using Autodesk products since 1990 in a variety of fields including agriculture, dredging, forestry, land development, property management, and geospatial consulting for government agencies and private companies. He has also spent time in IT/IS administrator roles in similar organizations. While working for an Autodesk reseller, he taught and authored several standard and custom training classes on AutoCAD, Land Desktop, Civil 3D, and Autodesk Map. As a consultant, he has provided services related to geospatial and civil products and worked as a contractor to Autodesk for Civil 3D QA work and testing of new functionality of Map 3D.

You can find more information on how Citrix and Autodesk are working together here.

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