Fixed issues

Citrix Workspace app 1810 for Windows

Session/Connection

  • After you upgrade Citrix Receiver for Windows to Version 4.9.1000, the CDViewer might display a gray screen when you log off. [LC9290]
  • A GDI object release issue might cause high CPU usage by the wfica32.exe process. [LC9356]
  • After changing the internal beacon point in StoreFront, you might not be able to start applications from Citrix Receiver for Windows until you restart the Citrix Receiver. [LC9442]
  • An authentication issue might occur when there are two stores in different states. One is in the ON state and the other is in the OFF state. [LC9511]
  • A syntax error might occur in the receiver.admx file that is pushed from Azure Mobile Device Management (MDM) Intune. [LC9992]
  • If you do not choose the default program when you configure the File Type Association for .docx for the first time, the following error message might appears:

    Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item. [LD0026]

  • With this fix, when the minimized window of a seamless application is placed on a desktop rather than the taskbar, the window might appear correctly. [LD0034]
  • After you install the Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.12 using the command line with the EnableTracing=false option, the configuration wizard does not start when you right-click Receiver > Open. [LD0156]
  • The published instance of certain third-party applications might open as transparent applications when using the NVIDIA graphic cards. [LD0175]
  • The local application shortcuts that are created from the Control Panel icon cannot be started with KEYWORDS:Prefer that is configured from Citrix Studio. [LD0288]
  • In a user-installed instance of Citrix Workspace app for Windows, launching a published SaaS application might fail. [RFWIN-9329]

    As a workaround, perform the following procedure:

    1. Launch the Registry editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Citrix directory.
    2. Create both a folder by name browser and an Expandable String Value registry key by name InstallDir.
    3. Set the value of the key to %localAppData%\Citrix\ICAClient.

    For more information about this issue, see Knowledge Center article CTX237199.

System Exceptions

  • The Citrix Receiver for Windows might exit unexpectedly and this error message appears: Citrix HDX Engine has stopped working. The issue occurs when there is a trap in the graphics module. [LC9466]

  • The wfica32.exe process might exit unexpectedly when you log off the system. [LC9892]
  • The wfica32.exe process might exit unexpectedly when using the command for toggling the generic client IME or the local IME. [LD0038]

Citrix Workspace app 1809 for Windows

Logon/Authentication

  • When using Citrix Receiver for Windows to add an account, typing the store URL might result in the following error message: The Authentication Service might not be contacted. The issue occurs when a StoreFront URL begins with the text string citrix.com. [LC9631]

Session/Connection

  • When using Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.10.1, you might not be able to exit from certain published applications. The issue occurs when the confirmation message Are you sure does not appear while you attempt to exit from the applications. [LC9353]
  • Attempts to start an application through a secure connection might fail. The issue occurs when the certificate length is long with long subject and log issue names. [LC9853]
  • Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.11 might exit intermittently and display this error message: This Application crashed. The issue occurs because of the faulting application, wfica32.exe. [LC9890]

User Interface

  • Non-seamless windows might be resized incorrectly and display scrollbars. [LC9545]

Citrix Workspace app 1808 for Windows

Installing, Uninstalling, Upgrading

  • When you attempt to install Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.9.2000 using the silent installation command, the installation process might not complete. [LC9587]

Logon/Authentication

  • After the AuthManSvr.exe process restarts, attempts to log off from Citrix Workspace app for Windows fail. [LC7981]

Session/Connection

  • The Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.7 might fail to redirect the scanners. The issue occurs when the Twain 2.0 device support causes regression with non-Twain 2.0 devices that are running on VDAs. [LC8215]

  • After you upgrade Citrix Receiver for Windows from Version 13.x to Version 14.4 using the PSExec command, attempts to log on to a store might fail. Additionally, Receiver for Windows might become unresponsive during installation or upgrade when using the PSExec command. With Fix LC9024 installed, the AuthManager components align with other components and install within the ICA client folder. [LC9024]

  • With Local App Access enabled, attempts to start a hosted desktop might fail. The desktop appears to have started but remains forever showing a gray screen. [LC9452]

  • When you start a Java application (Javaw.exe) with LPT Port Redirection policy enabled, the user session might disconnect. [LC9610]

  • Configuration Checker, which validates the Single Sign-on configuration, might fail to complete the validation process and become stuck verifying the Single Sign-on process. [LC9625]

  • When you switch between multiple published applications using the Win+Tab or Alt+Tab keys, the GDI objects might increase on the client until the applications become unresponsive and display black pixels. [LC9655]

User Experience

  • When you use the Japanese Input Method Editor (IME) and input text in an application that is in seamless mode, the text might not be visible. The issue occurs when the font size of the text is small. [LC9882]

    To enable the fix, set the following:

    • registry key: KEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\ICA Client
    • Name: DisableD3DRenderWidthHeightCheck
    • Type: REG_DWORD Value: 1