I have several Hosted Java Applets on our SA-2000 using a set of Citrix Java files (JIUCA-coreN.jar, JICA-browseN.jar, etc.) This works fine. However, I'd like to update the version of the Java client I have stored on the SA-2000, but every time I try to upload a new archive file I get an error complaining that the new archive doesn't contain the correct files: "new container does not contain archives [JICA-sicaN.jar,JICA-configN.jar,,sslN.jar,,JICA-seamlessN.jar,,JICA-coreN.jar,,JICA-browseN.jar,,cryptojN.jar,] which are used in existing bookmarks" This is clearly wrong, since all of those files are in the archive. I found instructions on Juniper's site detailing what I'm trying to do at: http://kb.pulsesecure.net/kb/documents/public/IVE/SA-SM-Admin-Help/wwhelp/wwhimpl/common/html/wwhelp.htm?context=SA_Admin_Help&file=chapWebRewriting-56.html However, some of the files referenced in that document (the .cab files) aren't part of the Citrix Java distribution any longer. That may be the problem now; they're not in the existing archive on our system (which works), so I'm not sure if they're necessary. I'm running 5.5R4 now; we were running something else when I initially set up the Hosted Java Applets, and now I'm wondering if there's a problem with the newer versions of the IDE OS. Anyway - is there some other way to provide links to Citrix Published Apps via the Java client? I can't rely on the native Citrix clients being installed on the user's PCs, and they are connecting from Macs and PCs and Linux systems.
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