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Receiver for Windows 4.x; Citrix Receiver 4.11 / Windows 10 / Dual Screen Ask question Announcements. Seamlessly Migrate on-premises Citrix ADM to Citrix Cloud 09. Citrix has identified a behavior with Receiver for Windows 4.7, Receiver for Mac 12.5, Receiver for Android 3.12.2/3.12.3, and Receiver for Linux 13.6, which prevents connections via some specific NetScaler firmware versions. The following table covers the NetScaler builds which are affected. 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. Since the 8.1 RT preview update, I'm unable to access my work server using IE11. It looks like it won't cummunicate with citrix receiver anymore. I've tried with the only other browser available on surface RT: UC Browser and I was granted access (but was not able to use any apps because UC Browser is not secure enough).

Citrix receiver 11 download
Operating systemWindows NT, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8
TypeDesktop Virtualization
LicenseFreeware, source-available

Citrix Workspace App (formerly Citrix Receiver) is the client component of XenDesktop and XenApp, developed by Citrix Systems. It was released initially in 2009.

Product overview[edit]

Citrix Receiver is the client component of XenDesktop or XenApp.[1] Devices with Receiver installed are able to access full desktops via XenDesktop or individual applications via XenApp from a centralized host, such as a server or cloud infrastructure.[2] The product's intended users are employees.[3]

Citrix Receiver is not a standalone product and is included with XenApp and XenDesktop.[4]

Reviews praised Citrix Receiver's reasonably fast loading time[5] and flexibility in allowing remote desktop access from many different computer and mobile platforms.[6] However, reviewers also criticized the iPhone version of the software for the difficulty of formatting text and prolonged typing, tasks that normally required a keyboard and mouse.[6] The iPad version had similar accessibility issues, and the performance of Flash applications was very limited.[5] As a remedy, Citrix developed a mouse for iOS devices.[7]

Update from the Citrix website:[8]

As of August 2018, Citrix Workspace app has replaced Citrix Receiver.Citrix Workspace app is a new client from Citrix that works similar to Citrix Receiver and is fully backward-compatible with your organization’s Citrix infrastructure. Citrix Workspace app provides the full capabilities of Citrix Receiver, as well as new capabilities based on your organization’s Citrix deployment.


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Prior to Receiver, Citrix had a different client for each of its products. The company developed Receiver to handle the management of those clients.[9] Citrix Receiver was announced in 2009 and the first version became available later that year.[10] Citrix Receiver won several mobility awards after its release, including a CRN Appy and 'Best of Interop' award for Wireless & Mobility in 2011,[11] and a Global Mobile Award in 2012.[12] As of August 2018, Citrix Workspace app has replaced Citrix Receiver[13]


  1. ^Frederic Lardinois (21 August 2014). 'Google And Citrix Team Up To Launch A Better Citrix Receiver For Chrome OS'. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^Musthaler, Linda (2 December 2011). 'Citrix Receiver brings full-fledged desktop apps to smartphones and tablets'. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^Weedmark, David. 'How Does the Citrix Receiver for the iPhone Work?'. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^Ben Woods (May 27, 2011). 'Citrix expands Receiver support to one billion devices'. ZDNet. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 1 October 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ abBlackwell, Gerry (July 29, 2010). 'Review: Citrix Receiver for iPad'. EnterpriseMobileToday. QuinStreet Inc. Retrieved 18 November 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ abBattersby, Jeffery. 'Citrix Receiver for iPhone'. Macworld. IDG. Retrieved 18 November 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. ^Broida, Rick (May 7, 2015). 'Citrix to launch iOS-compatible mouse'. CNET. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 11 December 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  8. ^'Receiver'. Retrieved 2019-07-10.
  9. ^Koetzing, Thomas (9 October 2012). 'Understanding Citrix Receiver'. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  10. ^Madden, Brian (19 May 2009). 'What's the difference between the 'ICA client,' the 'XenApp Plug-in,' and the 'Citrix Receiver?' A guide to Citrix's client names and variants'. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  11. ^'Interop's Best Of The Best, Network Concerns'. InformationWeek. 13 May 2011. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)[permanent dead link]
  12. ^Acharya, Sarmistha (3 March 2012). 'MWC 2012: Winners of Global Mobile Awards'. International Business Times. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  13. ^'Official website'. Retrieved 2019-02-07.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

External links[edit]

  • Official website

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How to Log into CCCASPER
- CCCASPER Log in Instructions PDF

Citrix Client Downloads
Current tested versions
- Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 - Citrix Workspace App 1911
- Windows Citrix Installation Instructions PDF
- Mac OS 10.13, 10.14 and 10.15 – Citrix Workspace App 1912
- Mac OS X Citrix Client Installation Instructions PDF

Please do not download clients directly from as the newer clients may not be supported on CCCASPER. The CC does not provide support for personally owned equipment (POE).

Older Citrix Client Downloads
Note: Use these only if directed by CC User Support
- Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 - Citrix Receiver 4.9
- Mac OS 10.11 and 10.12 – Citrix Receiver 12.7

PIV Card Intructions
CCCasper requires the use of PIV cards for on-site or remote access. If you forgot your PIV card or are having difficulty using your PIV card for login, contact the CC Service Center at 301-496-8400 or visit

Important Notes
*** If you cannot load CRIS from CCCASPER on a Mac: ***
1. Update the Citrix client using the link above.
2. Rename the computer to 15 characters or less with no spaces or special characters.
3. Call CRIS support at 301-496-8400 to have the new computer name registered.

Supported PlatformsCitrix Receiver 11

Citrix Receiver 11.9

Browsers Windows 10,7 Mac OS X
(10.13 or later)
Internet Explorer YesNo
Google ChromeYesYes

Citrix Receiver 11

Network Requirements
For best performance always connect directly to your network via a network cable. Wireless and wireless broadband will work but may lose connectivity.

NIH CC users should contact the CC Service Desk at 301-496-8400
NIH Institute users should contact their Institute Help Desk or the NIH IT Service Desk at 301-496-HELP (301-496-4357)
If you need a temporary PIV exemption then CC Service Desk at 301-496-8400

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