Citrix 2002 Workspace

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The Citrix Workspace app (formerly known as Citrix Receiver) allows users to securely access applications, services, and data from several desktop and mobile devices. By using this app, you can get access to all your Software as a Service (SaaS) and web applications, files, and mobile apps instantly. This workspace can be accessed from various endpoint devices and operating systems, such as Windows, Windows Mobile, macOS, iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and more.

  1. Citrix Workspace 2002 Known Issues
  2. Citrix Receiver Workspace 2002

The Workspace app (along with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops) is the front-end of the Workspace platform. Users have a single entry to their enterprise applications, desktops, and data by using any device from any network. The Citrix Workspace Platform is a single point of entry that allows unified administration of services like Virtual Apps and Desktops, Endpoint Management, Secure Browser, Analytics, Gateway etc. The Workspace Platform allows customers to subscribe to these services and is managed by Citrix, thus reducing the need for deployment and system update by administrators.

The Citrix Workspace app allows for secure, unified access to all of your SaaS apps, web apps, virtual apps, files, and desktops. If your company uses Citrix, simply login with your company credentials to access all of the resources you need to be productive from anywhere. Citrix Workspace 2002 - Black Screen Issue I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate with 2 GB ram. I work in a company and use their organisation link to connect to Citrix (say and everything that I launch seems to be appearing in black screen.

Deprecated features

To help you make timely business decisions this section indicates the deprecated features of the Citrix Workspace app. The deprecated items are not immediately removed but will be removed in the future.


Date Announced

Date Removed

Alternative Solution

Remember the password
button in the Workspace app logon screen



Enable or disable stores option in the Add or Remove Accounts dialog


Add or remove descriptions for stores in the Add or Remove Accounts dialog.


It is possible to add or remove store account details
without adding descriptions

Windows 7 Support



Windows 7 is supported in version 2002, use the supported
operating system indicated in the System Requirements

Citrix Receiver for Universal Windows Platform


Citrix Workspace 2002 Known Issues

How useful is the Citrix Workspace app?

Use it to access all applications through a single sign-on. Files that are stored centrally are dynamically updated across all devices that can access them. Personal and work-related applications can both exist on any device, without any threat of data breach for a company. Additionally, the app redirects any browsing-related activities to a cloud-hosted web browser, which is isolated from the corporate network. Hence, browsers are more or less secured from a possible cyber-security breach.

Does Citrix Workspace app have any drawbacks?

To use the app, you must have Citrix Virtual Apps—and that is quite expensive. Owing to this dependency, spending a considerable amount on Software does not make much sense for a medium-scale organization. Apart from the cost, Citrix has set the minimum number of users to 25. Hence, if your organization has just 15 members, you are still required to pay the same amount as you would for 25 users’ license.

Common Issues with the Citrix Workspace App

While the security and application delivery of Citrix are useful, its user interface is difficult to maneuver. The user experience is designed for highly skilled IT professionals with in-depth technical knowledge.

Citrix makes it difficult for a user to combine typing, basic clicking, and zooming all at once. It also encounters issues when users try to change the screen resolution. Another common issue with Citrix Workspace App is that organizations need to install Citrix Virtual apps to use Citrix Workspace which is, in fact, expensive. A medium scale organization would most likely not be able to incur the costs associated with it. The minimum number of users available is 25, so an organization that only has 15 users would still have to pay the fee for 25 users.

These limited functionalities of Citrix make it difficult for normal users to effectively reap the benefits of security and application delivery offered by Citrix

Parallels RAS: a better alternative


Parallels® Remote Application Server (RAS) is a virtualization solution that offers high-end features in a single license scheme. Parallels RAS allows you to publish virtual applications and desktops from a centralized location—at an affordable price. With Parallels RAS, you can get all components in a single package for a price that is far more reasonable. Another significant advantage of Parallels RAS is that IT admins can quickly deploy and manage this solution from a single pane of glass.






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I've been wrestling with this for several weeks.


Windows 10 1809 LTSC running Imprivata 6.3 SP1 HF4 and Citrix Workspace

1. Kill Citrix Process

2. Kill Imprivata Process

3. Run upgrade to > 'CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe /silent /AutoUpdateCheck=disabled /ALLOW_BIDIRCONTENTREDIRECTION=1 /includeSSON'

4. Workstation Reboots

5. Sign in through Imprivata SSO (expectation is that I will connected to our XenDesktopEnvironment

6. Prompted to Choose Desktop

7. 'Bad parameter' popup.

If I downgrade back to 20.0.25 it works fine

I've also tested every combination of

Imprivata 7.2 HF2

Imprivata 7.2 SP1

Imprivata 6.3 SP1 HF4

Citrix Workspace App

Citrix Workspace App

Citrix Workspace App 20.8.x

In all scenarios 20.2.025 if the only one that works, regardless of Imprivata version.

I've tried no parameters on the install and everything inbetween, no luck.

I've also tried using the latest version (20.2) of the Receiver Cleanup Utility to scrub my system before reinstalling. No Luck.

Citrix Receiver Workspace 2002

Tried pulling CDF Control logs but no matter how many times I update my TMF files it still can't read them.