Storebrowse for Workspace

Citrix Workspace app for Windows provides Storebrowse support on self-service and on-premises deployment of Citrix Workspace app. It also enables Storebrowse users to access Cloud and Workspace features.

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Command usage

The following section provides detailed information about the commands that you can use from the Storebrowse utility.

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  • This feature also supports other self-service plug-in commands as mentioned in the CTX200337.
  • You can execute the following commands in the command prompt.
  • -a "discoveryurl": Adds a store via command line. This command doesn’t show the Authentication prompt where SSO is enabled. For example, AAD domains join devices where authentication happens through webview. On other devices, the Authentication prompt appears.
    • Example: SelfService.exe storebrowse -a "https://cwawiniwstest.cloudburrito.com/citrix/store/discovery"
  • -d "discoveryurl": Deletes the store.
    • Example: SelfService.exe storebrowse -d "https://cwawiniwstest.cloudburrito.com/citrix/store/discovery"
  • -e "discoveryurl": Exports the resource details in the JSON format. This command stores the resource.json file in the %LOCALAPPDATA%\citrix\selfservice default location. Citrix workspace app must be active to run this command and user must be signed in.
    • Example: SelfService.exe storebrowse -e "https://cwawiniwstest.cloudburrito.com/citrix/store/discovery"

    You can also specify your own path if you don’t want to store the resource.json in the default location.

    • Example: .\SelfService.exe storebrowse -e "https://cwawiniwstest.cloudburrito.com/citrix/store/discovery" "C:\Users\<username>\Documents\Fiddler2". This stores the resource.json file in the C:\Users\<username>\Documents\Fiddler2.
  • -q "FriendlyName" "discoveryurl": Use this command to perform quick launch of the specified resource.
    • Example: SelfService.exe storebrowse -q "Excel 2016" "https://cwawiniwstest.cloudburrito.com/citrix/store/discovery"
  • -launch "launchcommandline": Launch of resources using “launchcommandline” from resources.json.

    Note:

    • Copy the “launchcommandline” from the resource.json.
    • Remove / from the “launchcommandline” specified in the resource.json file before executing the command.
    • Example: SelfService.exe storebrowse -launch -s store0-5c3ec017 -CitrixID store0-5c3ec017@@a9a8e3ac-099d-4577-b84e-e33d0695df39.Notepad -ica "https://cwawiniwstest.cloudburrito.com/Citrix/Store/resources/v2/YTlhOGUzYWMtMDk5ZC00NTc3LWI4NGUtZTMzZDA2OTVkZjM5Lk5vdGVwYWQ-/launch/ica" -cmdline

    After executing the -launch "launchcommandline", the ica file will be stored in the %LOCALAPPDATA%\citrix\selfservice\cache directory. Double-click the ica file to launch the resource.

  • -liststore: Lists the stores that are added inside SSP. Store list to include storeID, discovery url for each store.
    • Example: SelfService.exe storebrowse -liststore

    Note:

    Citrix Workspace app must be active to execute the -liststore command.

    Selfservice.exe storebrowse -liststore command stores the storedetails.json file in the AppData\Local\Citrix\SelfService.

Storebrowse for Workspace

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