Server-client content redirection is enabled in wfclient.ini. This causes a local application to run. To disable server-client content redirection, see Set up server-client content redirection.
Browsers other than Firefox and Chrome may require configuration before you can connect to a published resource. If you are connecting through Web Interface, you may be able to access the Web Interface home page with the list of resources. However, when trying to access a resource by clicking an icon on the page, your browser prompts you to save the ICA file.
Details vary among browsers, but you can set up the MIME data types in the browser so that the $ICAROOT/wfica is executed as a helper application when the browser encounters data with the application/x-ica MIME type or an .ica file.
If you have problems using a specific web browser, set the environment variable BROWSER to specify the local path and name of the required browser before running setupwfc.