- To force a delivery method for streamed applications
- To provide HTTP or HTTPS delivery method
Use the Load Balancing Policies to apply settings to sessions that are filtered for Web access, specific users, client devices, IP addresses, or server. Use the delivery method policy to override the delivery method of applications published as stream to client.
If you disable the policy setting or do not configure it, the delivery method specified in the Publish Application wizard is used
This table describes the default delivery of each application type and the results of setting the policy. The policy setting overrides the delivery protocol for applications that are published as “streamed to client.”
|Application type||No policy (default delivery)||With policy: Do not allow stream to client||With policy: Force stream to client|
|Streamed to client||Offline Plug-in streams application to desktop.||Connection fails.||Connection works.|
|Accessed from a server:
|Citrix Receiver delivers the application installed on XenApp (not streamed).||Policy does not apply.||Policy does not apply.|
|—Streamed to server||Offline Plug-in streams application from file share to XenApp and Citrix Receiver delivers the application from XenApp.||Policy does not apply.||Policy does not apply.|
|Streamed if possible; otherwise accessed from a server (dual mode):
|Dual mode: Offline Plug-in streams application to desktop.
Otherwise, Citrix Receiver connects to the application installed on server (not streamed).
|Citrix Receiver always connects to application installed on server.||Offline Plug-in always streams application to desktop.|
|—Streamed to server||Dual mode: Offline Plug-in streams application to desktop.
Otherwise, Offline Plug-in streams application to the server.
|Offline Plug-in always streams application to the server.||Offline Plug-in always streams application to desktop.|