- 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
Connect through a proxy server
Proxy servers are used to limit access to and from your network, and to handle connections between Citrix Receiver for Windows and servers. Citrix Receiver for Windows supports SOCKS and secure proxy protocols.
When communicating with the server farm, Receiver uses proxy server settings that are configured remotely on the server running Receiver for Web or the Web Interface. For information about proxy server configuration, refer to StoreFront or Web Interface documentation.
In communicating with the Web server, Receiver uses the proxy server settings that are configured through the Internet settings of the default Web browser on the user device. You must configure the Internet settings of the default Web browser on the user device accordingly.
Configure the proxy settings using the registry editor to enforce Citrix Receiver for Windows to honor or discard the proxy server during connections.
Editing the registry incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Citrix cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved.
- Navigate to HKLM\Software\Citrix\AuthManager\
- Set the ProxyEnabled(REG_SZ) .
- True – indicates that Citrix Receiver for Windows honors the proxy server during connections.
- False- indicates that Citrix Receiver for Windows discards the proxy server during connections.
- Close the registry editor.
- Restart the Citrix Receiver for Windows session for the changes to take effect.