Hey all, I'm not entirely new to citrix but I haven't really kept up with it. I did a quick check on the clients on citrix.com and saw that there is no longer an Online web plugin listed. Has this changed to a new name? Different type of setup? We have a XenApp 6.0 server with a web interface for remote users and when new laptops are set up I want to make sure I'm using the appropriate plugin for them to access the content. I have a downloaded copy of the CitrixOnlinePluginWeb.exe that I've been using but is there something I should be switching to?
Brian thanks for the reply. That is the one I currently have, it's working for now, just not sure why it's not listed if I go to the client downloads for XenApp 6.0. Do you know if they are moving away from the online web plugin for a different type of client?
Just click the OS of choice for the Citrix Receiver. The Enterprise version is available if you click the "Download Components" button in the "Receiver Infrastructure" (upper right), it requires a mycitrix login, and is a zip file download (at least for version 3.1.) Hope this helps.
You can download the latest version of Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops at the Citrix downloads site. (You'll need to sign in first.) The necessary components are bundled into the Citrix Workspace app (CWA) and Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) by default. You don't need to install any additional components or plugins on CWA or the VDA.
As the plug-in gets updated often, the ICT prefers not to provide a direct download link. Instead, you are advised to use the site's search engine to look for the latest version by using the following search string: "citrix online plug in web".
Hi I have changed my official laptop and have installed citrix workspace 1903, after that when i try to launch the .ica files it doesnot open. The files are getting downloaded successfully in my downloads and default application for .ica file is citrix workspace.
1. From the Citrix website ( -app/windows/workspace-app-for-windows-latest.html ), 2. When prompted, click Run. If only prompted with download, install the application after the saving the file. 3. Follow the on screen directions for the Citrix Workspace to complete the installation.
Check your Downloads folder to locate the AnyConnect files. Browser based downloads are often depositedinto the downloads folder on your device on windows. The path to the file often resemblesC:\Users\[Your User ID]\Downloads with the C:/ referring to your devices storage drive.
June 2022: The Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) plugin is now bundled with the Acrobat package. Existing MIP plugins should be uninstalled prior to installing or upgrading to a new app. For more MIP details, see -plugin-download.html.
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