However, MetaFrame still has some bells and whistles that native Terminal Services does not, including more flexible load balancing, some application-deployment tools, resource metering, a generic printer driver, delegated server administration and other server-side management tools. Some of these extras are dependent on the version of MetaFrame that you're using (MetaFrame XP comes in three different flavors), so I recommend checking out the Citrix Web site and reading the feature list for each version to determine how much it would cost to support your wish list.
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