Product Documentation

Web Interface Features

May 30, 2013
Before you configure the Web Interface to work with NetScaler Gateway, you need to understand the differences between Citrix XenApp Web sites and XenApp Services sites.
  • XenApp Web sites. The Web Interface provides functionality to create and manage XenApp Web sites. Users access published resources and streamed applications remotely using a Web browser and a plug-in.
  • XenApp Services sites. XenApp is a plug-in designed for flexibility and ease of configuration. By using XenApp in conjunction with XenApp Services sites on the Web Interface, you can integrate published resources with users’ desktops. Users access remote and streamed applications, and remote desktops and content by clicking icons on their desktop or the Start menu, or by clicking in the notification area of their computer desktop. You can determine the configuration options your users can access and modify, such as audio, display, and logon settings.
    Note: If you select this option, access to virtual desktops is not supported.

For more information, see the Web Interface documentation in the Technologies node in the Citrix eDocs library.