To enable users to access resources hosted on XenDesktop and XenApp in their browsers, you must create a StoreFront store and enable Citrix Receiver for HTML5. You must also enable WebSocket connections on NetScaler Gateway, XenApp, and XenDesktop, as required. Additionally, you can enhance the user experience by installing optional components on the machines providing the desktops and applications.
No user identifiable information is collected from the customer environment with CEIP; collected information includes:
To disable CEIP using configuration.js
In Citrix Receiver for HTML5, the configuration.js file is located in the HTML5Client folder. Edit this file to configure Citrix Receiver for HTML5.
To disable CEIP graphical user interface
You can modify the CEIP settings using graphical user interface only when the administrator has enabled it using configuration.js.
Relaunch the session for the changes to take effect.
By default, selectiveH264 is set to true.
The configuration.js file is located under C:\program Files\Citrix\Receiver Storefront\HTML5Client. Edit this file and change selectiveH264 to false as shown below.
The Citrix PDF Universal Printer driver enables users to print documents opened with hosted applications or applications running on virtual desktops delivered by XenDesktop 7.6 and XenApp 7.6. When a user selects the Citrix PDF Printer option, the driver converts the file to PDF and transfers the PDF to the local device. The PDF is then opened in a new browser tab for viewing and printing from a locally attached printer.
With session reliability, the session remains active on the server. To indicate that connectivity is lost, the user’s display freezes until connectivity resumes on the other side of the tunnel. The user continues to access the display during the interruption and can resume interacting with the application when the network connection is restored. Session reliability reconnects users without reauthentication prompts.
Citrix Receiver for HTML5 users cannot override the server setting.
You can use session reliability with Transport Layer Security (TLS).
TLS encrypts only the data sent between the user device and NetScaler Gateway.
For more information on configuring session reliability, see Session reliability policy settings in XenApp and XenDesktop documentation.
To enable the auto soft keyboard popup
To enable this feature, configure the automatic keyboard policy to display the soft keyboard when clicking any editable area: