Tag: receiver

  1. The Citrix X1 Mouse for iPad and IPhone is Available Now

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      If you were not lucky enough to be at Citrix Synergy last week to get your own X1 Mouse, the good news is that the X1 Mouse is available to order now!!  You can order the mouse from your Citrix Solution Advisor now or the Citrix online store at Citrix.com/Mouse . The supported Citrix Apps available now include; Receiver, GoToMyPC, ShareConnect & WorxDesktop.   The news and reviews ...

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  2. Learn How StoreFront 3.0 Supports Google Chrome without NPAPI

    A couple of months ago, I blogged here to give a head-up about the disruption of user experience for Receiver for Web when Google Chrome disables NPAPI and to provide some temporary workarounds.  I indicated that we were actively working on new technology to remove the dependency on NPAPI. Today, I can announce that the new solution is included in the StoreFront 3.0 Tech Preview. In this ...

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  3. Receiver for iOS 5.9.5 adds Citrix X1 Mouse and more

    Hopefully you've heard by now that Citrix launched the X1 Mouse at Citrix Synergy and it's available now. Think of it as the the mouse that roars for business.  Supporting iPads and iPhones, this is a unique Bluetooth Low-Energy mouse (BTLE) with custom firmware that provides full-function mouse support to specific Citrix Mobile apps including Citrix Receiver, GoToMyPC, ShareConnect and WorkDesktop. It’s available now on ...

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  4. Concierge Tech Preview is out! The First Real-time Customer Service on the go.

    As we focus on helping organizations transition to mobile, the ability for mobile app users to easily connect and receive “smart", fast and quality service and support from companies is still very challenging and even "retro" in some cases.  We could say the way customers and employees connect with companies hasn’t really changed all that much since the past two decades (watch short video). We’ve made ...

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  5. Tech Previews for Citrix Receiver and StoreFront 3.0 Now Available

    In early March, we released the StoreFront 2.7 Technology Preview. This represented a Tech Preview for first set of components related to the Receiver X1 project. That release provided IT admins the ability to create and manage a centrally branded end user app selection experience on Receiver for Web. At today’s Synergy keynote, we’re expanding the reach of this story by announcing the availability of the ...

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  6. Working Easier From Screen-To-Screen: Citrix ShareFile Goes Wherever You Go

    Citrix ShareFile makes working from screen-to-screen easier; it goes wherever you go! In the shift from pen-and-paper to processors-and-peripherals, software companies started building solutions that focused on the new center of the workplace: the personal computer. As technology advanced, most software companies continued with this model, developing single-focused applications for mobile phones, then tablets and now wearables. The flaw with this model is that an individual’s workflow ...

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  7. Setting a Default Landing Folder for Receiver for Web

    Recently I implemented a customization for a customer to set a default landing folder for Receiver for Web 2.6. As this may be useful for customers who used to follow CTX119550 to customize Web Interface to get this functionality, I am making it available here. First, follow the instruction here to configure the related Store to be a mandatory store. Then, configure the  Applications view as the default ...

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  8. Cookbook to Upgrade from Receiver 3.4 for Windows to Receiver 4.2.100

    If you have been using Receiver 3.4 Enterprise for Windows, your mobile workspace is due for spring-cleaning and the Citrix Receiver crew is here to help. As Dave Coleman reminds us in this blog series--aptly titled "Spring Forward"--on fresh user-experience enhancements, this is the season for change, for rejuvenation, and for embracing the new. Upgrade to the latest Receiver 4.2.100 for Windows that enables the best performance for graphics-intensive ...

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  9. App Shortcuts Where You Want Them

    A lot of you want users to choose their favorite apps. To do this, you can configure Receiver for Windows in “self-service” mode.  That is a great way to unclog your user's Start menus. On the other hand, many of you want Receiver to automatically place specific application and desktop shortcuts directly in the Start menu or on the desktop itself. To do this, you can ...

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  10. UDP Audio Through A NetScaler Gateway

    Citrix Receiver can now use User Datagram Protocol (UDP) to support audio remoting of a XenDesktop session through a Netscaler Gateway. This document is a distilled version of the discussion that can be found here. Environment Client/Citrix Receiver You must be using Citrix Receiver 4.2 or later. (In my environment, I have a Windows 8.1 client running Windows Receiver 4.2.0.10). Use Edit Group Policy (locally or at domain level) to make ...

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