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What is the differance bettween Citrix Clients, Plugins and Receivers?

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Hello,

I'm wondering on what the differances bettween ICA Clients, Plugins and Receivers. I get confused on what they do and differances. Can someone explain in detail?

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nimdatx
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From what I read of your question, they are all just the same thing (essentially) called by a different name.  Do you have a specific question about them?

The Receiver loads plugins that allow a computer to connect via ICA to a server.  So, a plugin is a client, which is controller by the Receiver.
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