Oct. 08, 2015
When you send App Controller application lists to Citrix Receiver, you can configure the access level users have for apps, desktops, and documents published in App Controller or StoreFront. You can configure one of the two following scenarios:
If you configure categories in App Controller, the categories appear as icons in Receiver. For more information about categories, see Configuring Categories.
Receiver provides a mechanism through which users can request an account for an application. When the process is complete, App Controller creates the user account. The application then appears in Receiver.
For more information about configuring StoreFront, see the StoreFront documentation in the eDocs library.
You can configure connections to StoreFront in App Controller by using Deployment settings on the Settings tab. You can choose one of the following Citrix Receiver deployment scenarios:
If you want to use a different port number, type the web address as https://domainName.com:portNum. If you don't specify a port number, App Controller uses port 80 for HTTP and port 443 for HTTPS as the default port numbers.
When you save the StoreFront Web address, App Controller automatically creates the authentication token validation service URL of StoreFront.
You can configure trust settings in App Controller 2.8 to allow users to access their mobile, web, SaaS and Windows-based apps through Receiver or Worx Home. For more information about configuring the trust settings, see To configure App Controller to connect to StoreFront.
For example, enter storefront.johndoe.local.
For example, for the Web Interface, enter /Citrix/PNAgent/config.xml. For StoreFront, enter /Citrix/Store/PNagent/config.xml.
Keep in the mind the following scenarios that occur when you configure the preceding settings and deploy StoreFront on the Settings tab in the management console: