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Re: SVN Client installation on windows 2003

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 06:26:43 -0400

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 01:10, Aniket Kulkarni
<kulkarna_at_techmahindra.com> wrote:
> Hi
> Want to install Tortoise client on windows 2003 server. Windows 2003 server is hosting various commercial applications.
> Want to know:
> Will there be any impact of installation on other applications, system DLL’s?

System DLLs, no. Other applications? No one can say for certain,
because there's no way to test every possible application combination.
Most likely not though.

>                 Windows 2003 server is hosted in Citrix environment. Applications installed on Windows 2003 server are accessible through citrix icon. Can SVN client be accessible through a citrix icon?

An icon is nothing but an image, you don't access anything "through"
an icon. It usually represents a link to an application, which is what
your concern should be (Citrix in this case). I'm not even sure what
you're trying to ask here; TortoiseSVN integrates into Windows
Explorer, it's not a standalone application. So you would access it on
the server the same way you browse files.

You ought to have a test environment where you can install & check
everything out for yourself, rather than asking for help here and then
hoping all our answers apply to your environment as expected.


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