How to customize Citrix Receiver for Windows – the kolbicz blog. Customizing Citrix frontends like Storefront or Netscaler has been done since a long time and is pretty well documented on the internet. but what about the windows receiver itself?
In osx you can simply edit the resources of the receiver.app (show package contents) but on windows its not that easy. in a recent training from my company, we customized the usual Citrix components and because i wanted to adapt my local receiver to the same look, i spent some time to find out how i can do that. this involved reverse engineering and some special tools – but in the end i have found a way.
CAUTION: this is not supported by Citrix and requires modification of the Citrix Receiver binaries! Here is a guide, how i managed to change the background image of the Citrix Receiver for Windows: thats it! Actually you can replace whatever you want with this method and in ILSpy you can even preview the images when you expand the “SelfService.g.resources” in the treeview. enjoy! Configure and install Receiver for Windows using Command Line parameters. Enable HDX MediaStream Flash Redirection on the user device.
When "Always", this user device always allows client-side rendering of Adobe Flash content.
When "Only v2", this user device will only allow client-side rendering using version two of the feature. For "Ask", users are prompted before client-side rendering is used. "Never" causes server-side rendering to be used (HDX MediaStream for Flash is not active). Note: Since HDX MediaStream for Flash requires significant interaction between the user device and server, this feature should only be used in environments where a security separation between the user device and server is not needed.
Unless otherwise specfied, these extensions apply to web and native clients. Areas Commonly Customized. Easy Customizing/Branding The Citrix Receiver for Web – Jeroen Tielen. A couple months ago I made a post about customizing the cloud gateway.The real name for that product is Citrix Receiver for Web and is part of the StoreFront Express.
Digging deeper in the Receiver for Web I found that it is really easy to modify the appearance of that site. You don’t have to change all the original files. Only just one. Terry Duchastel has made a very clean and easy how-to about branding the site. I’ve borrowed some elements from that post and put it in this simple CSS He has made a couple of links in the logon page for helpdesk purpose. Citrix made the structure of the site so that it first reads it’s default CSS and at the end all custom settings. There is always a demand for the Fokke and Sukke Web Interface, that I made just for fun a long time ago.
Paste this CSS structure into C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Citrix\StoreWeb\contrib\custom.style.css (Assuming default installation) and refresh your Receiver or Web All images are hosted on my site. FIX: How to get rid of the annoying Add Account window after 4.4 upgrade - Receiver for Windows 4.x. PowerShell Script to Uninstall all Versions of Citrix Client and Install Receiver 3.x - Shaun Ritchie. #*FileName: Citrix_Client_Uninstall_and_Install.ps1 #*Created 10/05/2013 #*Author: Shaun Ritchie.
How to Configure Default Device Access Behavior of Receiver, XenDesktop and XenApp. Software Solution Disclaimer This package contains a software solution that has been replaced by a more recent version available for download from the Citrix support website (support.citrix.com).
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Deploy Receiver for Windows using Active Directory and sample startup scripts.