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Importing ICAadm template to GPMC

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I have imported ICAadm template to GPMC, however I noticed the settings for citrix included in the template are not all as the once in the citrix AppCenter policies.
I mean there are many settings missing.

Any idea?

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by:Will Szymkowski
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For ICA ADM template it should be a straightforward import. Ensure that all steps have been done correctly. Link below illustrates all of the steps .

ICA ADM Steps

I personally like to keep my Citrix Policies and Domain Policies separate. This is to ensure consistancy throughout the Citrix Farm. You can also easily isolate individual servers with the Citrix policies.

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The problem is not the import. I have already imported the template to GPMC.
I am talking about what settings the templates has is different what policies in Appcenter shows.
I mean if you open Citrix  Appcenter/policies and you create new policies, you will see in the right pane tons of policies that you can configure. In the template you import to GPMC there are not many. it is limited....
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ICA adm files has limited policy settings only, mostly user for profile management and as you mentioned most of the policy are under app center wont be in adm. for more info details https://apttech.wordpress.com/2011/12/29/what-is-the-icaclient-adm-and-how-to-use-it/
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And citrix policies override AD policies......................I thought it was the other way around
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by:milind_dr
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Hi jskfan,

Are you ICA ADM template for XenApp servers? it is meant for Client-Receiver setting. You have to follow below article.

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX126864
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I have downloaded that, when I tried to install it , it says a newer version is already install .

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Thank you
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