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Multiple Citrix Recievers
29-09-2017, 07:37 PM,
#1
Multiple Citrix Recievers
Is there any way to run Citrix Receiver multiple times? I have tried creating multiple icons and looked through all the Citrix settings but can not get the Receiver to run multiple times.
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06-10-2017, 07:36 PM,
#2
RE: Multiple Citrix Recievers
Hi James,

i dont think so but i can check this.
But why do you want so?
You can add multiple stores and also open multiple published applications.

Regards DaWast
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12-10-2017, 03:38 PM,
#3
RE: Multiple Citrix Recievers
I have multiply users using a single terminal. Each user has their own login and they need to be able to switch between users quickly.

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13-10-2017, 10:47 AM,
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RE: Multiple Citrix Recievers
Ok i got it now.
But i think this is not possible.
Maybe you can work with ica files instead.
So you can place ica files for each user on the desktop and start sessions from there?
Or you have to use the webbrowser to login and start sessions from there.

I dont have a better idea for now but will check if there is a way to start multiple receivers.
Maybe you can also open a thread at the citrix support forum.
Because this is more a general receiver case as rpitc related.

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13-10-2017, 01:43 PM,
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RE: Multiple Citrix Recievers
Thanks for the information. I will ask Citrix support.
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19-10-2017, 02:33 AM, (This post was last modified: 19-10-2017, 02:38 AM by Paul Sanders.)
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RE: Multiple Citrix Recievers
Hi James,

At least in my case with a browser pointing to the storefront (locked in kiosk mode) you are able to minimize the current ica session and return to the login page. I was able to log into 2 XenDesktop sessions using different user accounts.
If you are using SSO to authenticate the VM session you may find that you are forced to disable it. The biggest challenge you are going to have is the numpties at the other end. I think an additional end point is really the only solutions that is going to not cause you grief. Another Raspberry Pi doesn't cost the earth Smile

Infact, build a little stack of Pi's and use a KVM.. That will do it!

Paul.
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