Citrix Workspace Local App Access

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  1. If you can see the Citrix Workspace App icon, try using the Citrix Light version by going to login page and select 'Change Receiver'. Try to relaunch the application. If relaunch is not successful, log out of myUniApps and log back in to relaunch the application. If the application still does not launch, please contact Student IT.
  2. If you are using Citrix Workspace App on your personal workstation and are launching an application (Outlook, Adobe, Excel, Internet Explorer, etc) then the only activity that can be monitored is what you do within that application.
  3. Learn how HDX Local App Access seamlessly integrates local apps within a full screen virtual desktop session. Available for XenApp and XenDesktop Platinum Ed.

When launching an app icon that came from Workspace app or Receiver, Workspace app or Receiver checks the local VDA machine to see if the application can be launched on the local VDA instead of by creating a new Citrix double-hop session. Citrix Workspace offers a unified, secure and intelligent workspace platform that enables users to access their apps, desktops and data from anywhere and transforms employee experience. Citrix Workspace – Cloud Workspace for Modern Workforce - Citrix.

In this blog i will show you how to enable local app access which allows you to publish locally installed applications on users PC’s and make them available within the Citrix published desktop so once launched t appears they are running in the Citrix session (Reverse seamless) but they are actually executing on the clients machine. Its a good solution if you got apps that are not compatible with RDS/Multi user or if are using UCS apps that have not been fully optimised for Xendesktop

Create a new policy and enable local app access

on your Delivery controllers add the ClientHostedAppsEnabled registry key to below path and reboot your delivery controllers

Receiver must be installed with the Switch /Allow_CLIENTHOSTEDAPPSURL=1. Create a new GPO using the Receiver.admx file and enable local app access and URL redirection and link the GPO to OU’s that contain your workstations

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Within Citrix Studio you will now see a new option called Add local App Access Application

Click on next

Select the delivery group where the new local app access application will be added to

Select the path of the locally installed application on the client PC. In this lab i am using CpuCorepark this is installed on my client pc and not on the VDA

Give the application a name

Lets use the default icon and add a shortcut to the users Desktop

Click finish

Login to the Netscaler GW / Storefront server and launch the published Desktop. This will not work on seamless apps only published desktops

Once the Desktop has launched the new icon for CPUCoreparking3 will be displayed

Launching the Application displays the application within the Citrix session but it is actually running on the client PC. As you can see from task manager the process isnt running on the VDA.

Job Done 🙂

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Citrix thanks Ollie Whitehouse, Richard Warren and Martin Hill of NCC Group for working with us to protect Citrix customers.

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Citrix Workspace Local App Access

Date Change
13th May 2019Initial publishing
17th May 2019Clarified affected version statement
24th May 2019Added 'Mitigating Factors' section