Ipad Pro Citrix Receiver

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    • There are many differences when it comes to configuring the Citrix receiver for Windows and the Citrix receiver for iOS devices specifically the iPad/iPhone versions. This article is going to go over the more common and new features/options the Citrix receiver for iOS has available along with screenshots, a brief description, and where they are.
    • See Chris Fleck demo the new X1 Mouse prototype delivering a complete desktop experience using Citrix Receiver and an iPad. Learn more at http://www.citrix.c.

    Experience should be similar to running Receiver on an iPhone (obviously difference would be application scaling) if you want to test prior to purchasing an iPad. There's also the option of the.

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    Information

    This article is intended for Citrix administrators and technical teams only.
    Non-admin users must contact their company’s Help Desk/IT support team and can refer to CTX297149 for more information.
    There are many differences when it comes to configuring the Citrix receiver for Windows and the Citrix receiver for iOS devices specifically the iPad/iPhone versions.
    This article is going to go over the more common and new features/options the Citrix receiver for iOS has available along with screenshots, a brief description, and where they are located.
    NOTE: This article applies to Citrix iOS versions 5.9 and above.
    Features we will be going over are:
    • Display Options
    • Keyboard Options
    • Advanced
    External display - allows you to use an external display/monitor with your iOS device.
    First you want to connect your external display in one of the following ways:
    • AirPlay
    • Lighting to VGA adapter
    • Lighting Digital AV Adapter (this has NOT been tested but should work)

    Now you are ready to enable the option in Citrix receiver. (This option is Disabled by default)
    Settings > Display Options > External Display

    Once the option has been enabled you should now be able to see what is on the iOS's devices screen on your external display.
    If you wish to then use your iOS device strictly as a keyboard or a touchpad for maneuvering around your external display you simply need to enable Presentation Mode under External display (This option is Disabled by default)Ipad Pro Citrix Receiver

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    Settings > Display Options > Presentation Mode
    NOTE: The Presentation mode option only becomes available when External Display is enabled.
    External display is not recommended on anything lower than an iPad-Air or iPhone 5c due to the amount of processing power required by the device.
    Auto-Fit Screen - The Auto-fit Screen setting crops the session screen to the display size of iPhone. On iPad, Auto-fit Low/Medium/High will adjust the resolutions as 768x1024/1152x1536/1536x2048 and make applications and desktops fit the screen.
    Settings > Display Options > Auto-fit Screen (on iPhone)
    Settings > Display Options > Auto-fit Low/Medium/High (on iPad)

    Extended Keyboard - is the ability to use all windows key combinations in your Citrix session that the iOS virtual keyboard does not provide for example the key combination Shift + F2 which is commonly used to break out of seamless windows and requires the use of the Windows function keys F1, F2, F3, etc…
    Each individual keyboard combination can be enabled or disabled through the extended keyboard option. (Most of these combinations are Disabled by default)
    Settings > Keyboard Options > Extended Keys

    Use Custom Keyboards - this option is available for users who would like to use a full physical keyboard rather than the virtual keyboard of the iOS device and is typically connected with the devices Bluetooth pairing option. (This option is ProDisabled by default)
    Settings > Keyboard Options > Use Custom Keyboards

    NOTE: This feature when enabled since it is an external device as noted by the above pop-up message is less secure than using the iOS devices virtual keypad so please keep that in mind.
    Audio - If your organization enables audio for mobile devices, listen to audio from meetings, training sessions, and webinars with applications in Receiver by enabling the Audio setting. This setting lets you listen only. Receiver for iOS does not offer bi-directional audio.
    Setting > Audio
    Session Sharing - is the ability for a single user session to host multiple applications. This option is always set to enabled as it usually provides a better user experience.
    helpful if you needed to disable session sharing just for a specific iOS user and not all users. (This option is Enabled by default)
    Settings > Advanced > Session Sharing

    Auto-add favorites - The option creates a shortcut for any application that is launched by the user for easy access the next time they launch their Citrix receiver it will be listed as a favorite for receiver so they do not have to browse to find the application again. (This option is Enabled by Default)
    Settings > Advanced > Session Sharing > Auto-add favorites
    WorkSpace control - allows users to roam from 1 device to another and have their existing session follow them. While the iOS receiver does not support all of the functions of WorkSpace control it does support the following (These options are Disabled by default)
    Settings > Advanced > WorkSpace Control

    Which has the following 2 options:
    • Reconnect during account logon
    • Reconnect during refresh
    Reconnect during account logon - will automatically reconnect the user to their existing session from a different device upon logon.
    Reconnect during refresh - Will automatically reconnect a user to an existing session if it exists during a refresh on a different device logged in with the same user account.
    Caffeine - allows the iOS device not to go into a sleep mode which the Citrix receiver is in use, so for example if the user is idle for 'X' amount of time the iOS device will not shut the screen off. (This option is Disabled by default)
    Settings > Advanced > Caffeine
    Smartcard Support
    This setting is for in-session smartcard recognition. Receiver for iOS 7.x provides support for SITHS smart cards for in-session connections only.
    Settings > Advanced > Enable Smart card
    Smartcard Support for authentication - allow users to connect to a Citrix environment using their company's smartcard accompanied by a pin number. This feature while available is only supported by the following products and configurations : (This option is Disabled by default )
    NOTE: The option has to be configured during the setup of the account for the iOS device, if not selected you must create the account again to add smartcard support.
    • iOS 7.1 support
    • SHA2 certificate support
    • Support for single FQDN access implementation
    Supported readers:
    • Precise Biometrics Tactivo for iPad Mini Firmware version 3.8.0
    • Precise Biometrics Tactivo for iPad (4th generation) and Tactivo for iPad (3rd generation) and iPad 2 Firmware version 3.8.0
    • BaiMobile® 301MP and 301MP-L Smart Card Readers

    Supported VDA Smart Card Middleware:
    • ActiveIdentity
    Supported smartcards:
    • PIV cards
    • Common Access Card (CAC)
    Supported configurations:
    • Smartcard authentication to NetScaler Gateway with StoreFront 2.x and XenDesktop 5.6 and later or XenApp 6.5 and later.
    Note: Customers using FIPS NetScaler devices should configure their systems to deny SSL renegotiations. For details, see How to configure the -denySSLReneg parameter.
    The Citrix X1 mouse - is the only mouse that will allow you to smoothly operate your virtual windows sessions. It supports right click, left click, scrolling , all the typical mouse operations now available in a Citrix session.
    Once you have purchased the device and paired it to your iOS device using Bluetooth the next thing you need to do is enable it in Citrix Receiver. (This option is Disabled by default)
    Settings > Citrix X1 Mouse
    Once enabled start your Citrix session and you will now be able to use the Citrix X1 mouse with your applications even a published desktop.
    NOTE: For full details on this product and how to buy 1 refer to the following document.
    Citrix X1 Mouse
    iOS Receiver Logging - this option is avalible to help Citrix technical support troubleshooting issues with the Citrix iOS receiver when connecting to a XenApp/XenDesktop environment. (this option is Disabled by default)
    NOTE: There is an existing article that goes into detail on how to set this up so I will only be showing the location where it can be enabled if needed.
    For full details please review
    CTX136380 - How to Enable and Collect Advanced Logs for Receiver for iOS
    Settings > Support > Log Options

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    Information

    This article describes Citrix VDI-in-a-Box desktop and peripheral connections.

    Protocols Supported by VDI-in-a-Box

    VDI-in-a-Box supports Citrix HDX protocol out-of-the box. Users can choose to connect to the desktops using RDP, if required.

    Three Methods to Connect to a VDI-in-a-Box Virtual Desktop

    To connect to a VDI-in-a-Box virtual desktop, log on using any of the following methods. Regardless of what connection method you choose, a Citrix Receiver is required on the user device. Downoad Citrix Receiver for free from the Citrix VDI-in-a-Box downloads page.

    Web Browser: VDI-in-a-Box supports connections from a browser. You can launch the connection by pointing your browser to any one of the vdiManager addresses in the grid. Example: http://[vdiManager address]

    Citrix Receiver: Citrix Receiver provides connections to virtual desktops from iPad, iPhone, Android tablets, Android phones, and many other mobile devices and thin clients. Citrix Receiver can be downloaded from the respective AppStore of the mobile devices. A typical connection to vdiManager would require you to supply the following parameters.

    • Connection to the vdiManager address: Example, http://[vdiManager address]/dt/PNAgent/config.xml

    • User credentials: Example, username and user password

    • Domain information: Example, sampledomain.com

    VDI-in-a-Box Java Client: The Java Client requires the Java Runtime Environment (JRE 1.5 or greater) on the user device. When the Java client is launched from the end-point, it self-updates. It checks for updates from vdiManager and automatically updates to the latest version. There is no need to install any additional software on the end-point. The Java Client uses the Java Webstart technology to pull the latest version of the client software from vdiManager.

    Supported User Devices

    Laptops and Desktops

    Citrix VDI-in-Box virtual desktops run on PCs, MACs and many Linux computers. Supported operating systems are listed below. Note that you can lock down these desktops by using software such as VDIBlaster to expose only the Java Desktop Client, browser, or Citrix Receiver.

    • 32-bit or 64-bit Windows XP SP2/SP3, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 desktops and laptops

    • 32-bit RedHat 5.x, CentOS 5.x, Ubuntu 10.x Linux desktops and laptops

    • Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6

    Thin clients

    Citrix VDI-in-a-Box virtual desktops are certified to run on a variety of Wyse and 10Zig thin clients. In general, a thin client that can support a RDP or HDX client can log on to a VDI-in-a-Box virtual desktop. Some of the Wyse and 10Zig clients supported include:

    • Wyse C10LE

    • Wyse R10L

    • Wyse R90L7

    • Wyse R90LE

    • Wyse Xenith

    • Wyse Xenith Pro

    • 10Zig 56xx Linux

    • 10zig 56xx Windows XP Embedded

    • Devon IT TC5Xc

    • Devon IT TC5Dc

    • DevonIT TC2

    • OptiPlex FX130

    • OptiPlex FX170

    • Hewlett-Packard t5740e

    Mobile Devices

    Citrix VDI-in-Box virtual desktops run on mobile devices through a Citrix Receiver connection. The certified devices include the following. Ensure to test with specific models to verify that the virtual desktop works. Citrix appreciates sharing your experiences so that information can be shared with others.

    • Apple iPad

    • Apple iPhone

    • Android tablets

    • Android phones

    Choosing a User Device

    Choosing the right user device depends on your use case, goals, and budget. Following are suggestions to help you choose a user device.

    Desktops: Repurposing old desktops is a low cost solution that provides great performance. Most old desktops are more powerful than many high-end thin clients. You can use an old desktop with 256 Megabytes of RAM to run a virtual Windows 7 desktop. However, old desktops consume much more power than other devices and you have the overhead of managing them. You can use software such as vdiBlaster to lock down the desktops and reduce management overhead. Many users start with old desktops and replace them with thin clients over time.

    Thin clients: Thin clients significantly consume lower power than desktops and many provide a zero-maintenance option whereby their firmware can be automatically upgraded from the VDI-in-a-Box server. Wyse ThinOS7 thin clients are one such example. 10Zig provides thin clients with the VDI-in-a-Box Java Desktop Client built-in and configuration-free support for the kiosk mode. However, note that low-end thin clients do not handle media streaming and Flash as well as the higher-end thin clients. Also, the embedded operating system makes a difference. Both RDP and HDX perform better on Windows-based thin clients. Use the lower-end thin clients for task workers and the higher-end thin clients for users who need access to media, such as to watch training videos.

    Mobile devices: Mobile devices are ideal for those who need a very portable desktop that can be accessed from anywhere.

    Setting up User Devices

    Detailed setup instructions for PCs, Linux desktops, Macintosh computers, Wyse, and 10Zig thin clients, and various mobile devices including iPads are in Citrix eDocs under VDI-in-a-Box > User Devices.

    Disclaimer

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