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How to open Xenapp applications using the installed Citrix Workspace client instead of the browser.

Sets the preference to use the latest HTML5 workspace app build from CDN or use the location of HTML5 Workspace app build hosted by customer to launch app/desktop sessions. In order to do this, you must first grant Citrix access to the devices. Start by getting logged into Citrix. For information on how to do this, review the following article: Remote Access to CRSI Network from a Windows PC (Citrix Workspace). Once connected click the menu button at the top center of the screen to pull down all of your options. This setting normally only applies to sessions using HTML5 Receiver or HTML5 Workspace app. In Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (CVAD) 1808 or newer, and Workspace app 1808 or newer, the PDF Universal Printer also applies to regular Workspace app connections and is no longer limited to HTML5 connections. For Citrix Workspace app HTML5 versions 1908 and later, open a new tab and navigate to siteurl/Clients/HTML5Client/src/SessionWindow.html#engineType=log, where siteurl is the URL of the Receiver for Web site (http://server.domain/Citrix/StoreWeb).

If you open a program in Citrix Workspace, and it opens in a browser window instead of using the desktop client, you will need to switch receivers.

An application launching in a browser window
There are two options when choosing what 'Receiver' to use:
  1. Desktop client
  2. The light version, which displays the program in your browser
If you are currently using the in-browser version (Option 2 above) and you wish to change to the desktop client:
  1. Go to https://remote.engr.wisc.edu.
  2. In the upper right hand side of the window, select your username, and choose 'Account settings'
  3. In the window that comes up, choose which receiver you would like to use, the first option for the desktop client, the second option for the web-browser-based interface.

4. Once choosing Option 1, following the instructions according to your operating system:

Citrix Workspace should now be configured properly.

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2. Select the appropriate Citrix Workspace app from the following options:

  • Citrix Workspace app for Chrome
  • Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 (If you need configuration for Citrix Receiver, choose the corresponding Citrix Workspace app)

Note: If you select Citrix Workspace app for Chrome, select one of the configuration options:

  • configuration.js
  • web.config
  • default.ica
  • Google Policy

3. Click Continue to configure or click Cancel to go back to the home page.

4. On the Configuration Utility Tool Citrix Workspace app for <Chrome/HTML5>: <config file> page, select the desired feature and choose the appropriate values.

5. Click Download to download the configuration file.

Steps to Edit a Configuration:

1. Click Upload existing file.

2. Select the appropriate Citrix Workspace app from the following options:

  • Citrix Workspace app for Chrome
  • Citrix Workspace app for HTML5

(If you need configuration for Citrix Receiver, choose the corresponding Citrix Workspace app)

Note: If you select Citrix Workspace app for Chrome, select one of the configuration options:

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  • configuration.js
  • Google Policy

3. Click Browse and navigate to the location of the configuration file to select and upload the file.

4. Click Continue to configure or click Cancel to go back to the home page.

5. On the Configuration Utility Tool Citrix Workspace app for for <Chrome/HTML5>: <config file> page, select the desired feature and choose the appropriate values.

6. Click Download to download the configuration file.

Specific to Citrix Workspace app for Chrome

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1) Google Admin policy

When you upload a policy file, the tool reads the file and lets you modify the configuration settings it specifies. To add a configuration to your file, use the ‘Create new’ option.

2) Web.config in StoreFront

The web.config file is typically located at C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix<storenameWeb> where storename is the name specified for the store when it was created. Locate chromeAppPreferences and update its value with the custom configuration as a JSON string that is generated by the tool.

Example:

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chromeAppPreferences = '{'ui': {'toolbar': {'menubar': false}}}'

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3) Default.ica

Copy and paste the generated code as the last line in the default.ica file.

Typically, for the Web Interface, the default.ica file is located at C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix<sitename>App_Datadefault.ica where sitename is the name specified for the site when it was created.

Sample code generated by the tool:

chromeAppPreferences = {'ui': {'toolbar': {'menubar': false}}}

Note: Although the tool can be opened on any web browser, it works best on Google Chrome.

Disclaimer

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