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Citrix Xenapp 7.5 and Receiver 4.1

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We are working on setting up Xenapp 7.5 to work with Citrix Receiver. Storeweb works just fine, users can launch apps all day without issues. But Citrix Receiver can't seem to be satisfied with any link that we give it to connect to the storeweb. Any documentation on how to set up Receiver with Storeweb?
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Question by:Casey Weaver
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by:TunerML
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Http / Https deployment?
If it is a Http deployment you mjay need to make some modifications to your registry to allow the new receiver version to connect to non-https dpeloyments, that CTX is here: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX134341

If it is a https deplyment you should only need to enter the ip/fqdn of the server on which the deployment is located. In the form 'https://ip' or 'https://fqdn'. You should not (in my experience be entering the full URL of the store.

Do you have storefront web site as well or just store, does the web access give any problems?
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by:Casey Weaver
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This is strictly an HTTP deployment right now, a test phase to see if the company wants to continue with Citrix (currently 6.0 Advanced) or if they want to just role to a pure RDS format. We do have the registry key already taken care of. I will see if they can connect by just entering the IP or the FQDN and get back with you. Thanks!
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by:Dirk Kotte
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to use your store with the Citrix Receiver you should use the store-URL without "...web"
my store-path for Citrix Receiver is: https://myserver/Citrix/MyStore   while the browser use https://myserver/Citrix/MyStoreweb
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by:Casey Weaver
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We tried the new link, and it acted correctly, but still gave us the same error. I have attached the error. Picture of Error
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Dirk Kotte earned 2000 total points
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please check the following:
open the webpage , logon , select "activate" from the dropdown-box behing your username.
now the local receiver should be configured.
does this work?
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by:Casey Weaver
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Will try first thing tomorrow. Thanks!
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by:Casey Weaver
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I finally got back into the system and this worked for us. We were able to configure every system. Thanks!
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