Citrix Receiver for Windows supports the use of Bloomberg Keyboard in a XenApp and XenDesktop session. The required components are installed with the plug-in. You can enable the Bloomberg keyboard feature during Citrix Receiver for Windows installation or by using the registry
Multiple sessions to Bloomberg keyboards are not recommended. The keyboard only operates correctly in single-session environments.
To enable or disable Bloomberg keyboard support
For more information on configuring Bloomberg Keyboard, see Knowledge Center article CTX122615.
If users have multiple Desktop Viewer windows, by default the desktops that are not active are dimmed. If users need to view multiple desktops simultaneously, this can make the information on them unreadable. You can disable the default behavior and prevent the Desktop Viewer window from dimming by editing the Registry.
On the user device, create a REG_DWORD entry called DisableDimming in one of the following keys, depending on whether you want to prevent dimming for the current user of the device or the device itself. An entry already exists if the Desktop Viewer has been used on the device:
Optionally, instead of controlling dimming with the above user or device settings, you can define a local policy by creating the same REG_WORD entry in one of the following keys:
The use of these keys is optional because XenDesktop administrators, rather than plug-in administrators or users, typically control policy settings using Group Policy. So, before using these keys, check whether your XenDesktop administrator has set a policy for this feature.
Set the entry to any non-zero value such as 1 or true.
If no entries are specified or the entry is set to 0, the Desktop Viewer window is dimmed. If multiple entries are specified, the following precedence is used. The first entry that is located in this list, and its value, determine whether the window is dimmed: