As a prerequisite, ensure the store is available on the server. If necessary, add it using the following command:
./util/storebrowse --addstore <store URL>
List all of the desktops and applications on the server:
./util/storebrowse -E <store URL>
List the desktops and applications that you have subscribed to:
./util/storebrowse -S <store URL>
./util/storebrowse –L <desktop or application ID> <store URL>
If you are configuring Mozilla, Netscape, or Chrome, connection configuration is normally carried out automatically during installation.
If you need to set up .mailcap and MIME files for Firefox, Mozilla, or Chrome manually, use the following file modifications so that .ica files start up the Receiver executable, wfica. To use other browsers, you need to modify the browser configuration accordingly.
application/x-ica; /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/wfica.sh %s; x-mozilla-flags=plugin:Citrix ICA
The x- in front of the format ica indicates that ica is an unofficial MIME type not supported by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).