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ScriptLogic's Desktop Authority(R) Joins Citrix Ready Initiative

Citrix Ready Helps Customers Select Best Third-Party Products for Application Delivery Environments

BOCA RATON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 01/29/07 -- ScriptLogic® Corporation (www.scriptlogic.com), a leader in network administration software for Microsoft® Windows®-based networks, today announced that its leading desktop management solution, Desktop Authority®, has joined the Citrix® Ready(TM) initiative, designed to help IT administrators identify third-party solutions that add the greatest value in Citrix-driven environments. In addition to providing ScriptLogic with a verification process through which the sales team can demonstrate compatibility with Citrix solutions, Citrix is backing the initiative with extensive marketing efforts to drive visibility and demand for Desktop Authority.

ScriptLogic was included in the first set of vendors to participate in the program. The new initiative draws from the global rich ecosystem of Citrix® Alliance Partners who provide a wide range of hardware and software products that complement Citrix application delivery solutions. Through the initiative ScriptLogic will gain significant marketing and sales reach through Citrix programs and by featuring the Citrix Ready logo directly on hardware and software products as well as on packaging and promotions.

The initiative currently supports Citrix Presentation Server(TM) 4 (32 and 64-bit versions), Citrix Password Manager(TM) 4.5 and Citrix® NetScaler®. ScriptLogic products that receive the Citrix Ready designation have successfully met verification criteria set by Citrix.

"Citrix Ready dramatically increases our visibility to Citrix customers and channels, clearly demonstrating our commitment to providing solutions that complement and add value to Citrix products, and supports our revenue goals," said Jim Tedesco, senior vice president of worldwide sales at ScriptLogic. "The offering also provides the basis for a community in which vendors and customers can interact and share information through the dedicated Citrix Ready e-marketplace."

More information on Citrix Ready is available at www.citrixready.com.

About Citrix Ready

Citrix has a rich and extensive eco-system of industry partners building a wide range of products designed to complement and add value to Citrix application delivery solutions. The Citrix Ready designation is awarded to third party products that have successfully met verification criteria set by Citrix. The Citrix Ready initiative makes it simple for customers and Citrix channels to identify the best third party products and solutions that can be used with confidence in Citrix environments. The Citrix Ready designation offers customers and prospects a level of confidence in the quality of solutions Citrix and our partners offer to the marketplace. To learn more about Citrix Ready, please visit www.citrixready.com.

About ScriptLogic

ScriptLogic Corporation is a worldwide leader in network administration software for Microsoft Windows-based networks. ScriptLogic's award-winning suite of desktop, server, and Active Directory management products help empower network administrators to proactively save time, increase security, and maintain regulatory compliance. More than 18,000 customers use ScriptLogic solutions to manage approximately 4.5 million desktops and 100,000 servers. ScriptLogic solutions benefit any size network in any industry. ScriptLogic is a privately held company headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. Reach ScriptLogic at (561) 886-2400 or on the Web at www.scriptlogic.com.

Citrix®, NetScaler®, Citrix Presentation Server(TM), Citrix Password Manager(TM) and Citrix Ready(TM) are trademarks of Citrix Systems, Inc. and/or one or more of its subsidiaries, and may be registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and in other countries. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Desktop Authority and ScriptLogic are trademarks or registered trademarks of ScriptLogic Corp.

Contacts:
Christopher Harris
ScriptLogic Corporation
(561) 886-2400
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Ross Levanto
Schwartz Communications
(781) 684-0770
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