Citrix 1911 Workspace

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A different endpoint with Win 1903 + Workspace 1911 has the devices listed as 'Citrix HDX Audio' but works as expected. Chocolatey is software management automation for Windows that wraps installers, executables, zips, and scripts into compiled packages. Chocolatey integrates w/SCCM, Puppet, Chef, etc. Chocolatey is trusted by businesses to manage software deployments. Windows 10, 8.1, 7, 2008R2, Thin PC as well as Windows Server 2016, 2012, 2012R2 and 2019. Download Citrix Workspace app for Windows (129 MB.exe) Version: (1911). Official response from citrix: 'As verified internally, the issue is reported for workspaceapp version 1911 and fix will be included with workspaceapp 1912 LTSR build which is currently under testing with tentative release schedule by end of Q1 2020.' Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7 1912 LTSR and Workspace app for Windows 1911 introduced support for EDT MTU Discovery. If using these versions (or newer) of the VDA and Workspace app for Windows, this workaround is not required. Please review the documentation for more details.


Citrix Workspace app for Windows is easy-to-install software that provides access to your applications and desktops using Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops from a remote client device. Citrix Workspace app provides access from your desktop, Start menu, Citrix Workspace user interface, or web browsers.

You can use Citrix Workspace app on domain and non-domain joined PCs, tablets, and thin clients. Using Citrix StoreFront in conjunction with Citrix Workspace app allows your organization to provide you with self-service access to your applications and desktops – all with a common user interface, regardless of the endpoint device hardware, operating system (32-bit and 64-bit editions), or form factor. more…


A new Citrix Workspace client is available here:


129 MB

Silent Install

setup.exe /forceinstall /silent STORE0=”Store;;Store”


chocolatey: choco install citrix-workspace -y


Install Location (115 Folders, 982 Files, 353 MB on disk)

C:Program Files (x86)Citrix

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Silent Uninstall


setup.exe /silent /uninstall

Citrix 1911 Workspace


“C:ProgramDataCitrixCitrix Workspace 1911TrolleyExpress.exe” /uninstall /cleanup


chocolatey: choco uninstall citrix-workspace -y




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Setup EXE Extraction (using 7zip)


Citrix workspace app 1911 for windows

view contents: extracted files

Supported Parameters

/help – Displays this usage information

Citrix Receiver Workspace 1911 Download

/uninstall – Removes an existing installation

/silent – Suppresses all graphical user interface

/noreboot – Suppresses all reboots and reboot prompts

/preview – Displays preview of changes without altering the machine

/extract <folder> – Extract self-extracting package to an existing folder

/includeSSON – Installs the single sign-on component for domain pass-through logon

/EnableCEIP – Enables (true) or disables (false) the Citrix Customer Improvement Program (CEIP)

/AutoUpdateCheck – Enables automatic update (auto), enables manual update (manual), bans
AutoUpdate (disabled)

/AutoUpdateStream – Specify AutoUpdate stream to be in long term (LTSR) or short term service releases (Current)

/DeferUpdateCount – Specify number of times AutoUpdate can be deferred

MSI property values are supported and must be separated by spaces, e.g.:

Citrix Workspace 1911 Prerequisites

Example silent command-line using all defaults:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /silent

Example command-line specifying multiple options:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /silent ADDLOCAL=”ReceiverInside,ICA_Client,USB,DesktopViewer,Flash,Vd3d,WebHelper,BrowserEngine” INSTALLDIR=”C:myfolder” ENABLE_DYNAMIC_CLIENT_NAME=”No” CLIENT_NAME=”my_overrided_name” DEFAULT_NDSCONTEXT=”Context1,Context2″

Example command-line to enable domain pass-through:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /silent /includeSSON ADDLOCAL=”ReceiverInside,ICA_Client,SSON,USB,DesktopViewer,Flash,Vd3d,WebHelper,BrowserEngine” INSTALLDIR=”C:myfolder” ENABLE_DYNAMIC_CLIENT_NAME=”No” CLIENT_NAME=”my_overrided_name” DEFAULT_NDSCONTEXT=”Context1,Context2″

Example command-line to Install Single Sign-On server but to disable capture of logon credentials:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /includesson LOGON_CREDENTIAL_CAPTURE_ENABLE=No [defaults to Yes]

Example command-line to Install Citrix Workspace in NonSelfServiceMode
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe SELFSERVICEMODE=false [defaults to true]

Example command-line to support upgrade from unsupported version to latest version
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /forceinstall

Example command-line to disable CEIP:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /EnableCEIP=false [defaults to true]

Example command-line to enable manual update:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /AutoUpdateCheck=manual [defaults to auto]

Example command-line to disable auto update:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /AutoUpdateCheck=disabled

Example command-line to choose long term service release stream:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /AutoUpdateStream=LTSR

Example command-line to choose 2 times AutoUpdate can be deferred:
CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /DeferUpdateCount=2

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