Server-client content redirection enables administrators to specify that URLs in a published application are opened using a local application. For example, opening a link to a webpage while using Microsoft Outlook in a session opens the required file using the browser on the user device. Server-client content redirection enables administrators to allocate Citrix resources more efficiently, thereby providing users with better performance.
The following types of URL can be redirected:
If Receiver does not have an appropriate application or cannot directly access the content, the URL is opened using the server application.
Server-client content redirection is configured on the server and enabled by default in Receiver provided that the path includes RealPlayer and at least one of Firefox, Mozilla, or Netscape.
where path is the directory where the browser executable is located and command is the name of the executable used to handle redirected browser URLs, appended with the URL sent by the server. For example:
This setting specifies the following:
where path is the directory where the RealPlayer executable is located and command is the name of the executable used to handle the redirected multimedia URLs, appended with the URL sent by the server.