Citrix Receiver 4.xx not allowing HTTP on windows XP

We have a couple of XP's machines that we are not quite ready to upgrade to windows 7 or 10 but we need to to have Citrix Receiver to run on them for testing, we installed 4.1 version it runs but only in https, there is registry changes that make it work with http but been searching the webs but nothing on how to change them in Windows XP.
Anyone know how to do this?
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Dirk KotteSECommented:
the registry settings  within Win XP are the same like within Win7/8/10.
you can configure this settings for all users at this machine at
HKCU/Software/Citrix/dazzle and HKCU/Software/Citrix/Authmanager
or per user at
HKLM/Software/Citrix/dazzle and HKLM/Software/Citrix/Authmanager

For 64-bit Windows client machines use HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\
follow these guide:

don't work?
please post more details...
amdjAuthor Commented:
None of the Citrix Receivers for Widows XP have the sub key Dazzel under Citrix registry, the only version that I've tried and worked is 3.4 Enterprise and it has worked for us now without editing the registry.

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amdjAuthor Commented:
I resolved this myself
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