I've enabled html5 in storefront so users in kiosk machines can access it without downloading receiver. However, since enabling this, chrome and firefox defaults the application launch in HTML5 regardless if the local citrix receiver client is installed. For Internet Explorer, the ICA download gets triggered and the user can click on it and uses the local receiver.
Is there any global settings I can change to default it to the local receiver first and if it is not installed, launch HTML5? I know you can change the setting in storefront (to use full version) but i do not want to do this for everyone manually. The setting on the storefront server is already set to use html5 if local receiver is unavailable.
- Login to your Citrix Desktop.
- Next you will move your mouse to the top of the screen and click on the black rectangle to show the drop down menu.
- Click on Window button to shrink the Citrix Desktop Viewer Window so you can adjust the size.
- Move your mouse to the right side until the horizontal arrow appears and then drag the Citrix Desktop Viewer window onto your other screen or screens.
- After the Citrix Desktop Viewer window appears on all your screens, click the drop down menu and select Full Screen.
- After clicking the full screen button, your desktop should appear across all the monitors.
Use Of Citrix Receiver
Citrix Receiver is client software that is required to access applications and full desktops hosted on Citrix servers from a remote client device. Click the white arrow in the top tab and click on «Window». To get Citrix on both monitors you have to move the Citrix-window in the middle of the two monito.
You’ll want to create an HTML page that explains to the user why they need to use Citrix Receiver. I’ve created this simple page that has my company logo along the top, a little blurb on using Receiver on your mobile device, links to both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, and a phone number and email address for the Help Desk at. How to use Citrix Receiver after its installed. Citrix Receiver is not a standalone program, and it comes included in XenApp and XenDesktop subscriptions. On the other hand, Citrix Workspace app is an independent product and can be installed separately. Some users continue to use Citrix Receiver as it supports any desktop platforms such as Windows, Mac, and Linux.