HDX RealTime Optimization Pack 1.4.x supports only Microsoft Lync 2010.
HDX RealTime Optimization Pack 1.4.x supports the following Citrix environments:
For more information about XenDesktop and XenApp editions that include Lync optimization, see the following:
You install HDX RealTime Connector on XenDesktop virtual desktops or on servers in your XenApp farm.
You install the HDX RealTime Media Engine on the client device.
Make sure you have installed a certificate for the Microsoft Lync Server on the client device and that the certificate specifies the correct domains that are associated with the Microsoft Lync Server. The Certificate domains should match the SIP Addresses of Record that use the RealTime Connector and the HDX RealTime Media Engine. If there is more than one domain, make sure you list them in the Subject Name and Subject Alternative Name values on the Certificate. If you do not do this, your Citrix HDX RealTime Media Engine cannot authenticate with the Lync Server.
|R90L||1.5GHz* AMD Sempron||Microsoft Windows XP E|
|R90LE||1.5GHz AMD Sempron||Microsoft Windows XP E|
|R90LW||1.5GHz AMD Sempron||WES 2009|
|R90LEW||1.5GHz AMD Sempron||WES 2009|
|R90L7||1.5GHz AMD Sempron||WES 7|
|R90LE7||1.5GHz AMD Sempron||WES 7|
|Z90SW||AMD G-T52R 1.5GHz||WES 2009|
|Z90DW||Dual core AMD G-T56N 1.65GHz||WES 2009|
|Z90S7||AMD G-T52R 1.5GHz||WES 7|
|Z90D7||Dual core AMD G-T56N 1.65GHz||WES 7|
|Z90DE7||Dual core AMD G-T56N 1.65GHz||WES 7|
|D90D7||AMD G-T48E 1.4Ghz||WES 7|
|Z90Q7||AMD GX-420CA SOC 2GHz||WES 7|
|D90Q7||AMD GX-415GA SOC 1.5GHz||WES 7|
|Z90D8||Dual core AMD G-T56N 1.65GHz||WE8S|
|D90D8||AMD G-T48E 1.4Ghz||WE8S|
|Z90Q8||AMD GX-420CA SOC 2GHz||WE8S|
|D90Q8||AMD GX-415GA SOC 1.5GHz||WE8S|
|Z50S||AMD G-T52R 1.5GHz||SUSE Linux 11 SP1/SP2|
|Z50D||Dual core AMD G-T56N 1.65GHz||SUSE Linux 11 SP1/SP2|
|R50L||1.5GHz AMD Sempron||SUSE Linux 11 SP1|
|R50LE||1.5GHz AMD Sempron||SUSE Linux 11 SP1|
|X50m||Dual core AMD G-T56N 1.65GHz||SUSE Linux 11 SP1/SP2|
|D50D||AMD G-T48E 1.4Ghz||SUSE Linux 11 SP2|
|T610||AMD Dual Core 1.6 ghz||Ubuntu 10.04|
|T610||AMD Dual Core 1.6 ghz||WES 7|
|C32||Dual core Intel D2550 1.86 GHz||WES 7|
|EI945-3||Dual core Intel D2550 1.86 GHz||WES 7|
IGEL claims support for the HDX Optimization Pack with all of its Linux thin clients as of Version 4.10.100.
Supported operating systems
You can install HDX RealTime Media Engine on devices running any of the following operating systems:
Requirements for audio and video calling:
Requirements for Lync-compatible USB telephone calling:
HDX RealTime Connect supports Lync-compatible USB telephone devices, including wired and wireless phones, speaker phones, and headsets. For full information about supported devices, see the Microsoft USB device specification:
This document defines several categories of USB connected devices and requirements for those devices to support specific USB commands.
Citrix Receiver requirements:
The terminal device must have one of the following Receivers installed:
The Microsoft Windows operating system installed on some thin client terminals often does not include Windows USB video class (UVC) drivers for web cameras, although these drivers have been included with standard Microsoft Windows XP and Vista operating systems since SP2. When you install a web camera on a terminal device, the installation program may report that it does not have required files.
We recommend that you use the standard Windows device drivers for webcams because vendor-supplied drivers can sometimes cause crashes and BSOD events on certain platforms (especially 64-bit Windows).