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Citrix receiver wont connect to pre-configured Store

Posted on 2015-01-16
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Hi all

Xenapp 6.5
Receiver 4.1
Storefront 2.5

Im trying to install the Citrix receiver on windows 8.1 im using the following command line:

CitrixReceiver.exe /silent "Apps;https://xenstore.domain.local/Citrix/mystore;on;Apps" /ENABLE_SSON=yes /ALLOWADDSTORE=A /includeSSON

The install goes through silently but it doesn't connect to the store. However if I then add a connection manually and type in the same address it connects perfectly.

Anyone know why?
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This is the command we use to install receiver 4.1 on our windows 7 machines with our XenDesktop 7.5 system with Storefront.

"citrixreceiver.exe" /includeSSON /ALLOWADDSTORE=A /STORE0=”(store name);https://storefront.(url)/Citrix/(store name)/discovery"

We also had to add group policy to enable single sign on, but if that's working for you you may have it already or not need it.

HTH
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