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Difference between Citrix Receiver & Citrix Desktop Receiver

Posted on 2011-02-16
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Hi.

What is the functionality of Citrix Receiver & Citrix desktop receiver. Why are they required in the setup. What is the difference between them. What is the prerequisies for them from a OS, Hardware stand point.
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The Citrix online documentation will tell you everything you need to know.  http://docs.citrix.com.
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The Citrix receiver is meant for mobile devices while the desktop is receiver is simply that. It will only run on desktop computers.

Definitely refer to the docs on their OS requirements.
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