- What's new
- System requirements
- Configure Delivery Controllers
- Installation overview
Configure the Linux VDA
- Integrate NIS with Active Directory
- Publish applications
- PDF printing
- Configure graphics
- Thinwire progressive display
- Non-GRID 3D graphics
- Configure policies
- Policy support list
- Configure IPv6
- Configure CEIP
- Configure USB redirection
- Configure session reliability
- Client IME
- Support for multiple language inputs
- Dynamic keyboard layout synchronization
- Client IME user interface synchronization
- HDX Insight
- Adaptive transport
- Tracing On
- Shadow sessions
- Secure user sessions using SSL
- Secure user sessions using DTLS
- Pass-through authentication by using smart cards
- Configure unauthenticated sessions
- Configure LDAPS
- Configure Xauthority
- Federated Authentication Service
Double-byte characters (such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters) must be typed through an Input Method Editor (IME). The Client IME provides a way to type such characters by means of any IME that is compatible with Citrix Receiver on the client side, such as the Windows native CJK IME.
This feature is installed automatically when you install the Linux VDA.
Open a XenDesktop or XenApp session as per usual.
Change your input method as required on the client side to start using the Client IME.
- You must double-click a cell in a Google spreadsheet before you can use the Client IME to type characters in the cell.
- The Client IME is not automatically disabled in Password fields.
- The IME user interface does not follow the cursor in input area.
- Client IME is not supported in a SUSE 11 distribution.