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Forum Thread: end of life program

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Citrix Systems
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Citrix ICA Clients 6.x

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Barabus end of life program
Member 25th Nov, 2008 23:37
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I can't get rid of the Citrix ICA Clients 6.x program that Secunia keeps warning me about as End-
Of-Life.

When I click on the Folder Icon in Secunia it tells me the file is in C:\windows\system32\wfica.exe

I can find no trace of wfica.exe or of any text in C:\Windows that contains "Citrix Clients"

What do I do when I can find no trace of the End-Of-Life program?

Thank you anyone who can help.


Barabus

E.Jeppesen RE: end of life program
Secunia Official 26th Nov, 2008 11:05
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Following these instructions should help you locate the program. Using the advanced interface will be needed.

* Click on the entry of the program to "expand" it.
* Click on Technical details to see the installation path of the detected file.
* Remember the installation path and close down the menu.
* Click Open Folder and locate the detected file.

If the installation path in Technical details is “C:\windows\system32\wfica.exe” then the file to look for is “wfica.exe”.
Barabus RE: end of life program
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I had already done what you suggested. I redid it after your reply. I succeeded then. The other times I had been looking for "wifica32.exe" instead of "wfica32.exe" ... a 78 year old's memory flickered. [g]

Once that was done I fixed another other End-Of-Life and cleared that up.

Now I have a clean Secunia scan. Thank you.

Barabus
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ePost RE: end of life program
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I have the same problem, - can I really just delete/uninstall this Citrix? It seems to me to be a part of my Dell Media Experience or something?
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