- 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 with Secure Gateway
This topic applies only to deployments using the Web Interface.
You can use the Secure Gateway in either Normal mode or Relay mode to provide a secure channel for communication between Citrix Receiver for Windows and the server. No Citrix Receiver for Windows configuration is required if you are using the Secure Gateway in Normal mode and users are connecting through the Web Interface.
Citrix Receiver for Windows uses settings that are configured remotely on the server running the Web Interface to connect to servers running the Secure Gateway. See the topics for the Web Interface for information about configuring proxy server settings for Citrix Receiver for Windows.
For more information about configuring proxy server settings, see Web Interface documentation.
If the Secure Gateway Proxy is installed on a server in the secure network, you can use the Secure Gateway Proxy in Relay mode.
If you are using Relay mode, the Secure Gateway server functions as a proxy and you must configure Citrix Receiver for Windows to use:
- The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the Secure Gateway server.
- The port number of the Secure Gateway server. Note that Relay mode is not supported by Secure Gateway Version 2.0.
The FQDN must list, in sequence, the following three components:
- Host name
- Intermediate domain
- Top-level domain
For example: my_computer.my_company.com is an FQDN, because it lists, in sequence, a host name (my_computer), an intermediate domain (my_company), and a top-level domain (com). The combination of intermediate and top-level domain (my_company.com) is generally referred to as the domain name.