Citrix Receiver

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  • Citrix Receiver
  • 4.11.0.17061
  • Citrix
  • ENG
  • €199.00 *

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    Product information "Citrix Receiver"

    Advanced Packages include the ability to specify additional application-specific options. This is a deployment package for Citrix Receiver by Citrix which is compatible with all major systems management solutions such as RMSi, SCCM, LANDesk, KACE, InTune and others. Get advanced package options to fully automate and customize the deployment of this software.

    About

    Citrix Receiver - High performance access to Windows virtual apps and desktops, anywhere access from your desktop, start menu, Receiver UI or web access with Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox. Citrix Receiver can be used on domain and non-domain joined PCs, tablets, and thin clients. Provides high performance use of virtualized Skype for Business, line of business and HDX 3D Pro engineering apps, multimedia, local app access.

    Dependencies

    • .Net Framwork 3.5 SP1 under Windows 10 Enable Feature .Net Framework 3.5

    Sources
    • Source files: 1
    • Ability to use already downloaded sources from vendor
    • Installation sources bundled with the package (can be downloaded manually, see below)
    • Download links from vendor website
    • Automatic download of sources from vendor website
    Further Information
    Package number: RP-101447
    Setup Type: exe
    Information Link: http://discussions.citrix.com/forum/291-receiver-for-windows/
    License Type: Freeware
    Dependencies: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
    Supported OS by Manufacturer: Windows 10 | Windows 7 | Windows 8 | Windows 8.1 | Windows Server 2008 | Windows Server 2008 R2 | Windows Server 2012
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    Configurations "Citrix Receiver"
    Standard configuration
    • Disable Automatic Updates
    • Silent Install Support
    • Silent Uninstall Support
    • Per Machine Installation
    • Suppress Reboots
    • Disabled Add/Remove Programs Interaction
    Advanced configuration
    • Install Options
      • Custom programpath
        • Use custom installation directory
          • Destination folder [Folder picker]
      • Components include, all selected by default
        • Select Components by customer
          • ReceiverInside - Installs the Citrix Receiver experience (required component for Receiver operation).
          • ICA_Client – Installs the standard Citrix Receiver (required component for Receiver operation).
          • SSON – Installs single sign on.
          • AM – Installs the Authentication Manager.
          • SELFSERVICE – Installs the Self-Service Plug-in.
          • USB – Installs USB support.
          • DesktopViewer – Installs the Desktop Viewer.
          • Flash – Installs HDX media stream for Flash.
          • Vd3d – Enables the Windows Aero experience (for operating systems that support it).
    • Commandline Options
      • Enable Local App Access
        • By default, Citrix Receiver for Windows does not install the client side Local App Access components if the components are already installed on the server. To force the client side Local App Access components on the Citrix Receiver, use FORCE_LAA command line switch.
      • includeSSON
        • Installs single sign-on (pass-through) authentication. This option is required for smart card single sign on.The related option, ENABLE_SSON, is enabled when /includeSSON is on the command line. If you use ADDLOCAL= to specify features and you want to install single sign on, you must also specify the value SSON. To enable pass-through authentication for a user device, you must install Citrix Receiver for Windows with local administrator rights from a command line that has the option /includeSSON. On the user device, you must also enable these policies located in Administrative Templates > Classic Administrative Templates (ADM) > Citrix Components > Citrix Receiver > User authentication: Local user name and password Enable pass-through authentication Allow pass-through authentication for all ICA (might be needed, depending on the Web Interface configuration and security settings) After the changes are completed, restart the user device. For more information, see the article How to Manually Install and Configure Citrix Receiver for Pass-Through Authentication. Note: Smart card, Kerberos and Local user name and password policies are inter-dependent. The order of configuration is important. We recommend to first disable unwanted policies, and then enable the policies you require. Carefully validate the result.
      • ENABLE_SSON
        • Enable Single Sign-on when /includeSSON is specified. The default value is Yes. Enables Single Sign-on when /includeSSON is also specified. This property is required for smart card Single Sign-on. Note that users must log off and log back on to their devices after an installation with Single Sign-on authentication enabled.
      • EnableTracing
        • This feature is enabled by default. Use this property to explicitly enable or disable the always-on tracing feature. Always-on tracing helps collect critical logs around connection time. These logs can prove useful when troubleshooting intermittent connectivity issues. The Always-on tracing policy overrides this setting.
      • EnableCEIP
        • When you enable participation in the Citrix Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP), anonymous statistics and usage information are sent to Citrix to help Citrix improve the quality and performance of its products. 
      • ENABLE_CLIENT_NAME
        • The dynamic client name feature allows the client name to be the same as the computer name. When users change their computer name, the client name changes to match. Defaults to Yes. To disable dynamic client name support, set this property to No and specify a value for the CLIENT_NAME property.
        • Specifies the client name, where ClientName is the name used to identify the user device to the server farm. The default value is %COMPUTERNAME%
          • [Place to enter value]
      • ALLOWADDSTORE
        • Specifies whether users can add and remove stores not configured through Merchandising Server deliveries; users can enable or disable stores configured through Merchandising Server deliveries, but they cannot remove these stores or change the names or the URLs.) Defaults to S. Options include: N – Never allow users to add or remove their own store. S – Allow users to add or remove secure stores only (configured with HTTPS). A – Allow users to add or remove both secure stores (HTTPS) and non-secure stores (HTTP). Not applicable if Citrix Receiver is installed per user. You can also control this feature by updating the registry key HKLM\Software\[Wow6432Node\]Citrix\Dazzle\AllowAddStore. Note: Only secure (HTTPS) stores are allowed by default and are recommended for production environments. For test environments, you can use HTTP store connections through the following configuration: Set HKLM\Software\[Wow6432Node\]Citrix\Dazzle\AllowAddStore to A to allow users to add non-secure stores. Set HKLM\Software\[Wow6432Node\]Citrix\Dazzle\AllowSavePwd to A to allow users to save their passwords for non-secure stores. To enable the addition of a store that is configured in StoreFront with a TransportType of HTTP, add to HKLM\Software\[Wow6432Node\]Citrix\AuthManager the value ConnectionSecurityMode (REG_SZ type) and set it to Any. Exit and restart Citrix Receiver.
        • Options
          • N – Never allow users to add or remove their own store.
          • S – Allow users to add or remove secure stores only (configured with HTTPS).
          • A – Allow users to add or remove both secure stores (HTTPS) and non-secure stores (HTTP).
      • ALLOWSAVEPWD
        • Specifies whether users can add and remove stores not configured through Merchandising Server deliveries; users can enable or disable stores configured through Merchandising Server deliveries, but they cannot remove these stores or change the names or the URLs.) Defaults to S. Options include: N – Never allow users to save their passwords. S – Allow users to save passwords for secure stores only (configured with HTTPS). A – Allow users to save passwords for both secure stores (HTTPS) and non-secure stores (HTTPS) and non-secure stores (HTTP). You can also control this feature by updating the registry key HKLM\Software\[Wow6432Node]\Citrix\Dazzle\AllowSavePwd. Note: The following registry key must be added manually if AllowSavePwd does not work: Key for 32bit OS client: HKLM\Software\Citrix\AuthManager Key for 64bit OS client: HKLM\Software\wow6432node\Citrix\AuthManager Type: REG_SZ Value: never - never allow users to save their passwords. secureonly - allow users to save passwords for secure stores only (configured with HTTPS). always - allow users to save passwords for both secure stores (HTTPS) and non-secure stores (HTTP).
        • Options
          • N – Never allow users to save their passwords
          • S – Allow users to save passwords for secure stores only (configured with HTTPS).
          • A – Allow users to save passwords for both secure stores (HTTPS) and non-secure stores (HTTPS) and non-secure stores (HTTP).
      • AM_CERTIFICATESELECTIONMODE
        • Use this option to select a certificate.The default value is Prompt, which prompts the user to choose a certificate from a list. Change this property to choose the default certificate (per the smart card provider) or the certificate with the latest expiry date. If there are no valid logon certificates, the user is notified, and given the option to use an alternate logon method if available. You can also control this feature by updating the registry key HKCU or HKLM\Software\[Wow6432Node\]Citrix\AuthManager:CertificateSelectionMode={ Prompt | SmartCardDefault | LatestExpiry }. Values defined in HKCU take precedence over values in HKLM to best assist the user in selecting a certificate.
        • Options
          • Prompt - prompts the user to choose a certificate from a list.
          • SmartCard – choose the default certificate (per the smart card provider).
          • Expiry Date – or the certificate with the latest expiry date.
      • AM_SMARTCARDPINENTRY
        • Use CSP components to manage Smart Card PIN entry. By default, the PIN prompts presented to users are provided by Citrix Receiver rather than the smart card Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP). Receiver prompts users to enter a PIN when required and then passes the PIN to the smart card CSP. Specify this property to use the CSP components to manage the PIN entry, including the prompt for a PIN.
      • ENABLE_KERBEROS
        • The default value is No. Specifies whether the HDX engine should use Kerberos authentication and applies only when single sign-on (pass-through) authentication is enabled.
      • LEGACYFTAICONS
        • Use this option to display Legacy FTA icons. The default value is False. Specifies whether or not application icons are displayed for documents that have file type associations with subscribed applications. When the argument is set to false, Windows generates icons for documents that do not have a specific icon assigned to them. The icons generated by Windows consist of a generic document icon overlaid with a smaller version of the application icon. Citrix recommends enabling this option if you plan to deliver Microsoft Office applications to users running Windows 7.
      • ENABLEPRELAUNCH
        • See: http://docs.citrix.com/en-us/receiver/windows/4-3/ica-optimizing-wrapper-v2/receiver-windows-session-pre-launch.html
      • STARTMENUDIR
        • By default, applications appear under Start > All Programs. You can specify the relative path under the programs folder to contain the shortcuts to subscribed applications. For example, to place shortcuts under Start - All Programs - Receiver, specify STARTMENUDIR=\Receiver\. Users can change the folder name or move the folder at any time. You can also control this feature through a registry key: Create the entry REG_SZ for StartMenuDir and give it the value \RelativePath. Location: HKLM\Software\[Wow6432Node\]Citrix\Dazzle HKCU\Software\Citrix\Dazzle For applications published through XenApp with a Client applications folder (also referred to as a Program Neighborhood folder) specified, you can specify that the client applications folder is to be appended to the shortcuts path as follows: Create the entry REG_SZ for UseCategoryAsStartMenuPath and give it the value true. Use the same registry locations as noted above. Note: Windows 8/8.1 does not allow the creation of nested folders within the Start Menu. Applications will be displayed individually or under the root folder but not within Category sub folders defined with XenApp. Examples If client application folder is \office, UseCategoryAsStartMenuPath is true, and no StartMenuDiris specified, shortcuts are placed under Start - All Programs - Office. If Client applications folder is \Office, UseCategoryAsStartMenuPath is true, and StartMenuDir is \Receiver, shortcuts are placed under Start - All Programs - Receiver - Office. Changes made to these settings have no impact on shortcuts that are already created. To move shortcuts, you must uninstall and re-install the applications.
        • Folder Name
          • [Place to enter value]
      • STOREx
        • Use this option to specify the Store name. Specifies up to 10 stores to use with Citrix Receiver. Values: x and y – Integers 0 through 9. storename – Defaults to store. This must match the name configured on the StoreFront Server. servername.domain – The fully qualified domain name of the server hosting the store. IISLocation – the path to the store within IIS. The store URL must match the URL in StoreFront provisioning files. The store URLs are of the form /Citrix/store/discovery. To obtain the URL, export a provisioning file from StoreFront, open it in notepad and copy the URL from the <Address> element. On | Off – The optional Off configuration setting enables you to deliver disabled stores, giving users the choice of whether or not they access them. When the store status is not specified, the default setting is On. storedescription – An optional description of the store, such as HR App Store. Note: In this release, it is important to include /discovery in the store URL for successful pass-through authentication.
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      • ALLOW_CLIENTHOSTEDAPPSURL
        • Enables the URL redirection feature on user devices. Requires administrator rights. Requires that Citrix Receiver is installed for All Users.
      • SELFSERVICEMODE
        • The default value is True. When the administrator sets the SelfServiceMode flag to false, the user no longer has access to the self-service Citrix Receiver user interface. Instead, they can access subscribed apps from the Start menu and via desktop shortcuts - known as 'shortcut-only mode'.
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