Citrix Customer Experience Improvement Program
If you participate in the Citrix Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP), anonymous statistics and usage information are sent to Citrix to improve the quality and performance of Citrix products.
By default, you are automatically enrolled in CEIP when you install StoreFront. The first upload of data occurs approximately seven days after you install StoreFront. You can change this default in a registry setting. If you change the registry setting before installing StoreFront, that value is used. If you change the registry setting before upgrading StoreFront, that value is used.
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. Use Registry Editor at your own risk. Be sure to back up the registry before you edit it.
Registry setting that controls automatic upload of analytics (default = 1):
Location: HKLM:\Software\Citrix\Telemetry\CEIP Name: Enabled Type: REG_DWORD Value: 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled <!--NeedCopy-->
By default, the Enabled property is hidden in the registry. When it remains unspecified, the automatic upload feature is enabled.
Using PowerShell, the following cmdlet disables enrollment in CEIP:
New-ItemProperty -Path HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Telemetry\CEIP -Name Enabled -PropertyType DWORD -Value 0
The registry setting controls the automatic upload of anonymous statistics and usage information for all components on the same server. For example, if you have installed StoreFront on the same server as the Delivery Controller and decide to opt-out of CEIP using the registry setting, the opt-out applies to both components.
CEIP data collected from StoreFront
The following table gives examples of the type of anonymous information collected. The data does not contain any details that identify you as a customer.
|StoreFront version||String denoting the installed version of StoreFront. For example, “126.96.36.199”|
|Stores count||A counter for the number of stores in the deployment.|
|Server Count in server group||A counter for the number of Servers in the Server group.|
|Delivery Controller Count per store||List of numeric values indicating the number of Delivery Controllers available for each store in the Deployment.|
|HTTPS enabled||String denoting whether HTTPS is enabled (“True” or “False”) for the deployment.|
|HTML5 setting for Citrix Receiver for Web||List of Strings denoting the HTML5 Receiver setting (“Always”, “Fallback”, or “Off”) for each Receiver for Web site.|
|Workspace control enabled for Citrix Receiver/Workspace app||List of Booleans denoting whether “Workspace Control” is enabled (“True” or “False”) for each Receiver for Web site.|
|Remote Access enabled for store||List of Strings denoting whether “Remote Access” is enabled (“ENABLED” or “DISABLED”) for each store in the Deployment.|
|Gateways count||A counter for the number of Citrix Gateways configured in the deployment.|