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Citrix Windows Client


Citrix Workspace app is the easy-to-install client software that provides seamless, secure access to everything you need to get work done. With this free download, you easily and securely get instant access to all applications, desktops and data from any device, including smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs.




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Indicates if bidirectional content redirection between the client and the host is enabled. For more information, see the Bidirectional content redirection policy settings section in the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops documentation.


Indicates that Citrix Workspace app is installed with the client-side Local App Access component. Install the workspace app with administrator privileges for this component to work. See the Local App Access section in the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops documentation for more information.


Citrix Workspace app 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.


Citrix Workspace app 2212 for Windows now offers Client App Management capability that makes the Citrix Workspace app a single client app required on the end point to install and manage agents such as Secure Access Agent and End Point Analysis (EPA) plug-in.


Citrix Workspace app 2210.5 for Windows now offers Client App Management capability that makes the Citrix Workspace app a single client app required on the end point to install and manage agents such as Secure Access Agent and End Point Analysis (EPA) plug-in.


Administrators who have users on lower-performance client endpoints can choose to limit incoming or outgoing video resolutions to decrease the impacts of encoding and decoding video on those endpoints. Starting from Citrix Workspace app 2010 for Windows, you can limit these resolutions using client configuration options.


Call constraints are disabled by default on the client with Citrix Workspace app 2210. To enable, administrators must set the following client-side configurations in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Citrix\HDXMediaStream:


You can add extensions that are provided by your administrator to the Citrix Enterprise Browser in a secure way. An administrator can deploy, manage, and control the extensions. End users can view and use the extension under citrixbrowser://extensions as required. For more settings, see Global App Configuration Service.


When you select this option, Citrix Workspace app attempts to match display resolution and DPI scale settings of the local Windows client to the HDX session automatically. DPI matching is recommended in all cases, especially when high-resolution monitors (above 1920x1080) are in use.


With the third option Let the operating system scale the resolution also known as DPI unaware, Citrix Workspace app for Windows ignores the DPI scale settings on the local Windows client. In this mode, Windows OS need to manage scaling of Workspace app and the HDX session, same as for any other application that is not DPI-aware. This mode is not recommended for use with DPI scales over 100%.


Starting with Citrix Workspace app 2206 for Windows, DPI matching is enabled by default. This means Citrix Workspace app attempts to match display resolution and DPI scale settings of the local Windows client to the Citrix session automatically. As part of this change, the High DPI option available under Advance Preferences in Citrix Workspace app is no longer available. For more information, see Citrix Knowledge Center article CTX460068.


You can use multiple windows for chat and meetings in Microsoft Teams, when optimized by HDX in Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 2112 or higher. You can pop out the conversations or meetings in various ways. For details about the pop-out window feature, see Teams Pop-Out Windows for Chats and Meetings on the Microsoft Office 365 site.


The Request Control option is not available during the peer-to-peer call between an optimized user and a user on the native Microsoft Teams desktop client that is running on the endpoint. As a workaround, users can join a meeting to get the Request Control option.


Screen sharing enhancement: You can share individual applications, windows, or full screen using the screen sharing feature in Microsoft Teams. Citrix Virtual Delivery Agent 2109 is a prerequisite for this feature.


Any prior attempt to play the requested URL in the current session using Windows Media client-side content fetching did not fail. (Failed URLs are added to a blacklist for the duration of the session; the list resets when the user logs out.)


Two Policy settings control this feature: Windows Media Client-Side Content Fetching and Windows Media Redirection. By default, both are set to Allowed. If Windows Media client-side content fetching fails, content is fetched by the host and redirected to the client using Windows Media redirection; if Windows Media redirection fails, content is rendered on the host. Windows Media client-side content fetching provides the best user experience in most cases. If you find it necessary to turn off this feature, add the Windows Media Client-Side Content Fetching setting to a policy and set its value to Prohibited. For detailed instructions on configuring policies for XenDesktop, see Citrix eDocs. If you turn off Windows Media redirection, Windows Media client-side content fetching is also turned off.


Media delivery automatically falls back to using Windows Media redirection if the requirements for Windows Media client-side content fetching are not met. This is transparent to users, but you can use the XenDesktop Collector to perform a Citrix Diagnosis Facility (CDF) trace from HostMMTransport.dll to determine which method is being used.


Transcoding can compress media data to reduce file size, or convert the data to a format supported on the target device. For example, transcoding enables video formats that are not compatible with iOS, such as .wmv, to be converted and played on iOS clients.


Transcoding occurs on the Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA). To improve server scalability, if the VDA has a supported Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) for hardware acceleration and the Use GPU for optimizing Windows Media multimedia redirection Over WAN is Allowed, transcoding is done in the GPU; otherwise, transcoding falls back to the CPU. The media stream is then transrated to achieve the target transmission bitrate and redirected to the client device, where it is recompressed and rendered.


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.


Citrix customers, did you know that you can bring your own Microsoft Windows client licenses and use them on Amazon Web Services (AWS)? This includes deploying Windows 10 on AWS for your Citrix XenDesktop deployments.


Windows client licenses may require Software Assurance or Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) in order to utilize Windows client operating systems such as Windows 7, 8, or 10 on AWS. We recommend that you review the FAQ documents from AWS you can find here.


After uninstalling the Receiver software, any custom Receiver-side registry keys that icaclient.adm created remain in the registry as well. If you reinstall Receiver, these policies might be enforced possibly causing unexpected behavior. If you want to remove these customizations as well, delete the following ICA Client keys:


For Teams AV optimization in VDI environments to work properly, the thin-client device must have access to the internet. If internet access isn't available at the thin-client device, optimization startup won't be successful. This means that the user is in a non-optimized media state.


Citrix Receiver is a server-based computing technology that separates the logic of an application from its user interface. The Citrix Receiver client software installed on the thin client device enables you to interact with the application GUI, while all the application processes run on the server.


The size of the public key that is used to encrypt Terminal Services Client Access Licenses (TS CAL) is increased from 512 bytes to 2,048 bytes. The terminal server does not negotiate with clients when it uses the new key size. Therefore, the Citrix Virtual Channel for older versions of ICA clients may fail.


Is there any way to change a Citrix client to not truncate the window title bar if it is over so many characters? It actually doesn't truncate it on the graphic representation of the title bar, but when using AutoHotKey, it is truncated.


Windows Terminal Server is a multi-user server operating system that provides the ability to host multiple simultaneous thin-client sessions on remote client devices. All client processing is performed locally at the Terminal Server and only display, keystroke, and mouse commands are transmitted over the network to the client device. Two types of thin-client protocols are supported with WTS:


RDP is an International Telecommunications Union's T.120 based multi-channel protocol developed originally by Microsoft for such applications as Microsoft NetMeeting. It utilizes TCP/IP as its transport protocol and is designed to use low network bandwidth and supports multi-level data encryption. With RDP, clients can either be a Windows-based terminal with RDP built-in, or a personal computer running Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.


Font Smoothing LimitationWindows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 Operating Systems have a visual effect setting to help the display environment appear crisper when enabled called 'font smoothing'. This functionality is not supported for the Citrix ICA protocol or the Remote Desktop Protocol with Windows Server 2003. Users with complex text and annotation may find the text drawn on their map at an angle to be a bit more blurry than the text that draws horizontal to the page when using a thin-client protocol. This is a limitation of the Windows Server 2003 Operating System (MS KB302555) inherited by the ICA and RDP protocols and is not an issue that could be resolved at the ArcGIS application level. This setting is found under control panel >display > appearance tab >effects. 041b061a72


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