command-line validation for content that is redirected from the client to the
server only. By default, XenApp validates published application command-line
parameters passed from the client to the server. When you use the symbols "%*",
XenApp ensures the parameters are valid before the application launches. If the
parameters are invalid, the application launches without passing the
parameters. XenApp records all failed validation attempts in the server's
system log and in the security event log.
environment includes published applications that use customized client-supplied
parameters for purposes other than content redirection from client to server,
these applications might not function correctly when command-line validation is
enabled. To ensure client-supplied parameters are passed from client to server,
disable command-line validation for these published applications.
command-line validation, add all servers that store content, such as Word
documents or PDF files, to the Trusted Sites list on the XenApp server. When
adding servers to the Trusted Sites list, ensure you are logged on to the
XenApp server as Administrator. If the content servers reside in separate
domains, ensure trust relationships are established between these servers and
the XenApp server.
You can disable
command-line validation for selected published applications or all published
applications on a server.