- What's new
- System requirements and compatibility
- Configure and install using command-line parameters
- Deploy using System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2
- Deploy Citrix Receiver for Windows from a Web Interface logon screen
- Install and uninstall Citrix Receiver for Windows manually
- Deploy using Active Directory and sample startup scripts
- Deploy Citrix Receiver for Windows from Receiver for Web
- Configuring application delivery
- Configuring StoreFront
- Configuring features and functionality
- Providing users with account information
- Configuring Citrix Receiver Updates
- Configuring the Group Policy Object administrative template
- Optimize the environment
- Improve the user experience
- Enforce trust relationship
- Configure smart card authentication for Web Interface 5.4
- Connect through a proxy server
- Connect through a firewall
- ICA file signing to protect against application or desktop launches from untrusted servers
- Configure deprecated cipher suites
- Configure and enable TLS
- Connect with Secure Gateway
- Elevation level and wfcrun32.exe
- Citrix Receiver for Windows Desktop Lock
- SDK and API
Configuring features and functionality
July 11, 2018
After installing Receiver for Windows, the following configuration steps allows you to access their hosted applications and desktops:
- Adaptive transport - Adaptive transport optimizes data transport by applying a new Citrix protocol called Enlightened Data Transport (EDT) in preference to TCP whenever possible. For more information about configuring adaptive transport, see Configuring adaptive transport.
- Receiver Updates -Receiver Updates provides automatic updates for Citrix Receiver for Windows and for the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack without the need to download updates manually. For more information about configuring Receiver Updates, see Configuring Receiver Updates.
- Bidirectional content redirection - The bidirectional content redirection allows you to enable or disable client to host and host to client URL redirection. For more information on configuring bidirectional content redirection, see Configuring bidirectional content redirection.
- Bloomberg keyboards - Specialist USB devices (for example, Bloomberg keyboards and 3-D mice) can be configured to use USB support. For information on configuring Bloomberg keyboards, see Configure Bloomberg keyboards.
- Composite USB Device - A composite USB device performs more than one function. This is accomplished by exposing each of those functions using different interfaces. For more information on configuring composite USB device, see Configuring composite USB device.
- USB support - USB support enables users to interact with a wide range of USB devices when connected to a virtual desktop. For more information on configuring USB support, see Configuring USB support.