Citrix Receiver 3.2 for Windows

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard on. Posted in Citrix, Receiver, VDI-in-a-box, XenApp, XenDesktop

What’s New in this Release

When used with Citrix Storefront 1.1, this release of Receiver for Windows (standard, CitrixReceiver.exe) supports single authentication to Receiver and the browser for Web and SaaS apps published through AppController 1.1. Receiver users will now authenticate with those apps as they have for published Windows apps. No Receiver-specific administration is needed to use the additional single authentication support.

The Receiver Enterprise package did not change for this release. It is required only to support applications that use Smart Card authentication.

Source

Download Citrix Receiver 3.2 for Windows here

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Mikael Modin

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Great work Thomas.
Much more informative than other resources
Keep it up :)

Thomas

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really good overview. thank you very much!

Thomas

Jani Kohonen

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Great post! Very informative, thanks!

Danny de Wolf

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Hey Thomas,
Great work, thanks. I’m still running into an issue that I cannot seem to resolve. I was hoping you might have an idea where I should look ?
I’ve got an application server with ES5.4, and a separate SQL server with the Reporting installed. I can get to the Reporting websites /reports and /reportserver, but when configuring Reporting within ES, it keeps saying “The report server credentials used to communicate with Reporting Services are invalid”. I tried pretty much everything I think, and cannot get my head around this.
The account that I’m using at the “Report Server Credentials” page, is a domain account, and has admin rights on the application server (for now, local admin) as well as on the Report and ES databases.
I’m a bit lost what else I can check to make this work… Any advise you can give me would be greatly appreciated :-)
Thanks.

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