After you create profiles for applications using the Streaming Profiler, you make them available for streaming to users by publishing the applications.
The Publish Application wizard in the Citrix AppCenter guides you through the process of selecting the streaming options. Configure the application streaming delivery method as you publish the application. Choose delivery options based on the users who will access the applications and their environments.
The profiled applications must be stored on a file share or Web server that is accessible from your XenApp server so you can publish the application, and it must be accessible by your users so they can launch the application.
If you deliver streamed applications directly to user desktops, users can launch the streamed applications, which run in an isolation environment on their desktops and use local resources to run the applications. This delivery method offers the full set of application streaming options including desktop integration and offline access.
After all of these tasks are complete, publish the application as Streamed to client.
To simplify application delivery to servers in a server farm, stream applications to a XenApp server and virtualize the applications through an ICA connection to user devices.
For users to stream applications through a Web site using an Internet Explorer or Firefox browser, add the site to the Trusted sites list in Internet Explorer on the user devices.
For information about managing application types on Web Interface sites, see Technologies > Web Interface.
After you ensure all of these tasks are complete, publish the application as Streamed to a server.