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.

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Download Citrix Receiver 3.2 for Windows here

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Recent Comments

Dan

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Could you tell me how much will cost this solution ?

only hard+ soft/licenses , without configuration/consultancy .

thanks,
Dan

Chantelle Olivier

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Good day

I installed worx home to my Samsung S5.
The first time – I did not enter all the correct info. So when I tried to go in again – it did not allow me to. I then uninstalled the program. when installing the software again – it does not want to go in at all.

Please can you assist

Victor

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Changing my playground from XD71 to XD75 and upgrading to the latest VGX is very disappointing.
I can’t see anymore the normal output for nvidia-smi command and i also lack the performance level but also the performance graphs in XenServer.
Tried to rollback and i was unsuccessful.

Thomas Poppelgaard

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Mark – I use demo software from AMD and NVIDIA

Noman – HDX 3D is supported with XenServer GPU Pass-through and NVIDIA vGPU and VMware vDGA. Feel free to contact me at thomas@poppelgaard.com if you want me to help you get it set up.

Noman

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Hello

Amazing setup you go there! However i read on a blog somewhere that HDX 3D is only supported on a Physical XenApp machine.. is there any special configuration changes that you had to do to make it work on a XenApp VM?

Also, how exactly do you enable HDX 3D rendering on GPU? using Citrix Policies alone?

I shall really appreciate your response :)

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