End user settings

You can customize the Citrix Enterprise Browser (formerly Citrix Workspace Browser) by using a range of settings that are available to you. The following options appear when you click the ellipsis icon on the top right of the webpage:

Enterprise Browser menu options

Click Settings to view the options along with default values or if you like to customize your browsing experience. The following settings options are available in the Citrix Workspace

  • Auto-fill
    • Passwords
    • Addresses and more
  • Privacy and security
    • Clear browsing data
    • Privacy guide
    • Cookies and other site data
    • Security
    • Site settings
  • Appearance
    • Show bookmarks bar
    • Font size
    • Page zoom
    • Pressing Tab on a webpage highlights links, and form fields
    • Show warning before quitting with ⌘Q
  • Default browser

  • Advanced
    • Languages
      • Language
      • Spell check
    • Downloads
      • Location
      • Ask where to save each file before downloading
    • Accessibility
      • Live caption
      • Caption preferences
      • Show a quick highlight on the focused object
      • Navigate pages with a text cursor
    • System
      • Use hardware acceleration when available
      • Open your computer’s proxy settings
    • Logs
      • Browser logs
      • Network logs
      • Reset to default log settings
    • Reset settings
      • Restore settings to their original defaults

The following options are available when you right-click on a webpage.

  • Back
  • Forward
  • Reload
  • Print…
  • Share

If you’ve modified any of the settings and would like to restore them to their default values, go to Settings and click Reset Settings. Once you reset the settings, the following changes are applied to the Enterprise Browser:

  • All the pinned tabs get unpinned.
  • All cookies are removed and the site data is restored to its default.
  • All site settings are restored to their default values.

Note:

  • The functionality to add extensions has been blocked.

  • Citrix Enterprise Browser doesn’t allow the user to create profiles.

Access to the following URLs are blocked:

  • citrixbrowser://help
  • citrixbrowser://settings/help
  • citrixbrowser://settings/passwords/check
  • citrixbrowser://settings/payments
  • citrixbrowser://settings/fonts
  • citrixbrowser://settings/privacySandbox

Set Citrix Enterprise Browser as the default browser

Once you have made the Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser, all links and Web and SaaS apps open in the Citrix Enterprise Browser by default. This section lists the steps required to make Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser on various operating systems.

Make default

Windows 10

To make Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser on Windows 10, do the following:

  1. Open the Citrix Enterprise Browser and click the ellipsis icon and open the Settings menu.
  2. Click the Default Browser option on the left pane and then click Make default.
  3. On the Default apps window, click the + icon under Web browser and select Citrix Enterprise Browser from the available options.

    Note:

    If you already have a different browser listed under Web browser section, click the existing browser name and select Citrix Enterprise Browser from the available options.

Windows 11

To make Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser on Windows 11, do the following:

  1. Open the Citrix Enterprise Browser and click the ellipsis icon and open the Settings menu.
  2. Click the Default Browser option on the left pane and then click Make default.
  3. On the Default apps page > Set defaults for applications search bar, enter Citrix Enterprise Browser and click Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  4. On the Apps > Default apps > Citrix Enterprise Browser page, click Set default.

    Set default Windows 11

    To verify the setting, on the Default Browser page > Set a default for a file type or link type search bar, type HTTPS. You must see the Citrix Enterprise Browser as the selected browser.

macOS

To make Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser on macOS, do the following:

  1. Open the Citrix Enterprise Browser and click the ellipsis icon and open the Settings menu.
  2. Click the Default Browser option on the left pane.
  3. On the Default browser page, click Make default. When prompted, click Use Citrix Enterprise Browser to confirm your choice and apply the changes.

Set Citrix Enterprise Browser as the work browser

You can now configure Citrix Enterprise Browser as a work browser to open all work links. You can select an alternate browser to open non-work links.

A work link is a link that is associated with the web or SaaS apps that are configured by the administrator for the end user. When a user clicks any link within a native application, if it’s a work link, it’s opened through the Enterprise Browser. If not, it’s opened through the alternate browser that the end-user selects.

The following section lists the steps required to make Citrix Enterprise Browser your work browser on various operating systems.

Windows 10

To make Citrix Enterprise Browser your work browser on Windows 10, do the following:

  1. Open the Citrix Enterprise Browser and click the ellipsis icon and open the Settings menu.
  2. Click the Default Browser option on the left pane and then click Make work browser.
  3. On the Default apps window, navigate to the Web browser section and click the + icon. Select Citrix Enterprise Browser from the available options.

    Note:

    If you already have a different browser listed under Web browser section, click the existing browser name and select Citrix Enterprise Browser from the available options.

    win10 work browser

  4. (Optional) On the Settings page, select another browser to open non-work links using the drop-down list. The drop-down list is populated depending upon the different browsers that are available on your device.

    Non-work links

Windows 11

To make Citrix Enterprise Browser your work browser on Windows 11, do the following:

  1. Open the Citrix Enterprise Browser and click the ellipsis icon and open the Settings menu.
  2. Click the Default Browser option on the left pane and then click Make work browser.
  3. On the Default apps page > Set defaults for applications search bar, enter Citrix Enterprise Browser and click Citrix Enterprise Browser.

    Work browser Windows 11

  4. On the Apps > Default apps > Citrix Enterprise Browser page, click Set default.

    Set default Windows 11

  5. (Optional) On the Settings page, select another browser to open non-work links using the drop-down list. The drop-down list is populated depending upon the different browsers that are available on your device. See Windows 10 section for the screenshot.

    To verify the setting, on the Default Browser page > Set a default for a file type or link type search bar, type HTTPS. You must see the Citrix Enterprise Browser as the selected browser.

macOS

To make Citrix Enterprise Browser your work browser on macOS, do the following:

  1. Open the Citrix Enterprise Browser and click the ellipsis icon and open the Settings menu.
  2. Click the Default Browser option on the left pane.
  3. On the Default browser page, click Make work browser. When prompted, click Use “(Work) Citrix Enterprise Browser” to confirm your choice and apply the changes.
  4. (Optional) On the Settings page, select another browser to open non-work links using the drop-down list. Depending upon the different browsers that are available on your device, the drop-down list is populated. See Windows 10 section for the screenshot.
End user settings