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".
I am trying to open an application from my work's citrix presentation server on my macbook. I just downloaded the latest citrix client for mac from their website but when I go to launch an app it tries to open the app in VMware. If I right-click on the app and save target as, I get a launch.ica file which if I try to open in Citrix Dazzle it does not know how to open this file type.
What happens is when your users go to the XenApp site, if they don't have the Client plugin installed, Citrix Web Interface will prompt them to download the client.This can be annoying. In order to provide a better user experience, you can configure Web Interface to detect the client and offer a download of the proper plugin using a local directory.If during installation you skipped the step where you load the clients onto your Web Interface server, then of course this won't work properly. It's also possible that your server is pointing to the wrong directory. So in this how-to tutorial, we'll walk through troubleshooting the client auto-detect feature of Citrix Web Interface Server for a XenApp site.The first step to fix this issue is to load the plugins on your Web Interface server. This can be done either by downloading the plugins from Citrix or with the installation ISO/DVD. Note, the plugins on the installation media might be outdated, so it's recommended to download the plugins from Citrix.If using the installation media, browse to the Citrix Receiver and Plug-ins directory.Open another Windows Explorer window and navigate to the location where you installed Web Interface. In our example, with Web Interface version 5.3.0, we navigate to Web Interface\5.3.0\ClientsThis Clients directory is currently empty, which explains why our Web Interface redirects to the Citrix website.Copy the directories for all the clients you wish to offer to your end users from the installation media over to the Clients directory. There are directories for Mac, Linux, Windows, Java and more. Web Interface will automatically detect the type of endpoint device and offer the appropriate client plug-in via download.Moving back to the browser and refreshing, you'll see the interface has changed - we now have a checkbox to accept the terms of the Citrix license agreement and a security warning regarding downloading the plug-in.Clicking the download will install the plug-in.End users now have a more streamlined process to download the Citrix plug-in and start accessing the published resources from the XenApp site.Related training courses: Citrix XenApp 6 online courseGet our content first. In your inbox.1041Redirect LinkThank you! Your information has been submitted.Loading form... 2b1af7f3a8