Citrix Receiver Windows 10

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Metal fight beyblade zero g If you’ve deployed Windows 10 Modern Management you’ll know that some applications present a challenge for deployment, because Windows 10 MDM supports the Win32 applications via a single MSI file only. Applications such as Citrix Receiver, that are a single EXE (that wraps multiple MSI files), can, therefore, be challenging.

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You can, but this requires a packaging tool and some specific knowledge on how to package applications. Microsoft Intune now to Windows 10 machines, which can provide a more flexible framework for deploying complex applications. For Citrix Reciever, we can use this approach to target Windows 10 PCs for downloading the latest version of Receiver directly from Citrix. This ensures that devices always install the latest version and the Intune administrator only ever has to create a single deployment option via a PowerShell script. Citrix Receiver for Windows vs. Citrix Receiver for Windows (Store) In December 2017, Citrix made available an updated Receiver via the Windows Store that is not a true Universal Windows Platform app, instead, it’s the Win32 Receiver converted to a Store app via the. Deploying this version via Microsoft Intune only requires that you subscribe to the app via the, sync with Intune and then target that version for deployment via Intune. The Citrix Receiver for Windows Store version does have, primarily due to restrictions on apps deployed from the Store.

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Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Team (Surface Hub), HoloLens. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Citrix Workspace. • Changes from Citrix Receiver to Citrix Workspace and logo’s color change from black to blue. • Citrix Workspace app for.


These are: Unsupported features • The following features of Citrix Receiver for Windows are not currently supported in Citrix Receiver for Windows (Store): • Offline apps (virtualized) • File type association • URL redirection • Jabber VXME optimization pack • Generic USB redirection • Proximity/Contactless card (Fast Connect) • Pass-through authentication Limitations • The App Commands and Charms options present in the desktop viewer are not available for Citrix Receiver for Windows (Store) edition. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX224641. • Citrix Receiver for Windows (Store) does not support the SDK functionality. This includes the Virtual Channel SDK, ICA Client Object SDK, and Fast Connect API. • You require additional configuration to use the TWAIN virtual scanner with Citrix Receiver for Windows (Store). For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX230095. • On a Windows 10 S device, you cannot collect the CDF trace using the CDFControl tool.

• URL redirection and its dependent functionalities like Local App Access and Client-hosted apps are not supported. If you can work without the features above, then use the Store version instead of deploying Receiver via a script, as it allows you to make the application available for end-user initiated installs and simpler application management.

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If you do need these features, then continue onto deploying Receiver via PowerShell. Installing Citrix Receiver Here’s a simple script to detect whether Receiver is installed and if not, download and install Receiver using a specific set of command line options. The script could be extended with some additional error checking and logging to provide some additional auditing of the installation, but I have tested this successfully. [Update Jan 3, 2018] An improved version of this script can be found in a GitHub repository here: Deploying via Intune Deploying the script via Intune is done just like any other PowerShell script.