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Citrix ICA on Windows 7

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Our HR and Payroll department use the Program Neighborhood/Citrix ICA client to connect to the payroll system. We've just migrated to Windows 7, and the old 32-bit client for Windows XP is not compatible. I also don't see a Citrix ICA client download on the Citrix site. I'm going around and around with our benefits software company (Ceridian) trying to get help to no avail.

Is anyone familiar with what replaced Program Neighborhood, where to download it and how to install it in Windows 7?
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I believe they replaced Program Neighborhood with Citrix Receiver, you can download the Windows version here:

http://www.citrix.com/downloads/citrix-receiver/windows/receiver-for-windows-41.html
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Yes, there is no Program Neighborhood to connect. Simply, download the Receiver and install it. Then you will get good graphical user interface to access the published applications.

http://www.citrix.com/downloads/citrix-receiver/windows/receiver-for-windows-41.html
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