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Citrix QuickLaunch Tool v4.2
Created Date: 12/20/2016
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Modified Date: 12/30/2020
Citrix QuickLaunch has been written to offer some features of the legacy Citrix Program Neighborhood for users of Citrix Receiver and Citrix WorkspaceApp releases for troubleshooting purposes.
When running the Citrix QuickLaunch tool, you can specify the server name or IP address of a Delivery Controller or Cloud Connector. The tool offers a drop-down list where you can select a previous server. Then, specify the XML port (80 by default).
Note: For https connections with the XML service, a valid root certificate must be present on the machine where Citrix QuickLaunch is running.
Select “Enumerate resources” to gather published resources for the specified credentials. If “Use Anonymous mode” is checked, only anonymous resources will be provided, if any.
Both application names and browser names are shown (the browser name is indicated between parenthesis). Note: the browser name is the internal name and the application name is the defined one in the “Application name (for user)” in Studio.
If a published desktop (hosted on a single or multi session VDA) is selected, then the below information is provided:
The Long command line option is only enabled when selecting a published application.
When clicking on Long command line, the below popup is shown, inviting to verify the configuration as detailed in https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/citrix-virtual-apps-desktops/manage-deployment/applications-manage.html
The tool uses seamless mode by default, enabling Desktop Viewer if a desktop is detected.
Several features can be enabled/disabled from the “Session Options” tab:
The tool will use the same default settings as Program Neighborhood did. The local drives and printers are available inside the session, depending on the configuration of the Citrix Policies.
In the “User Experience” tab, additional parameters can be set
The hotkeys can be configured in the hotkeys tab:
When the tool is closed, the servers’ names, XML port, username, domain, selected options (such as display resolution, color choice, encryption, modified hotkeys..) are saved in the registry in HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareCitrixCitrixQuickLaunch.
When clicking the “Save Config” button in the “General” tab, current settings in the tool are saved in the above registry key, in a specific subkey. These settings will be used when launch the tool using command line.
When enabled, this option will allow entering multiple user accounts to launch several HDX sessions to the same resource.
Click on “Options…” to specify the user account. If an user and password have been entered in the “General” tab, it will be reused.
Clicking on + or – will respectively add or remove accounts. These accounts MUST exist in the target AD domain and have proper rights to the resource.
A maximum of 30 accounts can be specified
The default delay between each session launch is by default of 20 seconds.
/debug : enables debug mode, which output data visible by DebugView
/silent : hide the GUI when running the tool
/s: specify the DDC address and port if different than 80 (myddc.contorso.local:443 for example)
/a: specify the resource name (use quotes if it contains a space)
/u: specify the username and domain (using domainusername)
/p: specify the password (between quotes if it contains a space)
/vda: allows direct connection to a multisession VDA
/?: displays the list of command line switches
Note:- multiuser launch is NOT available in command line.
When the silent mode is enabled, all error messages (from the tool but also any error received from the DCC XML service) are logged in the application event log, using the “Citrix Quick Launch” source.
The /debug switch captures logging from the tool as detailed in the next section.
If an error or a crash occurs, it is possible to run DebugView (from www.sysinternals.com) beside Citrix QuickLaunch to capture traces.
To enabled tracing with Citrix QuickLaunch, please run the tool with the /debug switch.
Tool configuration is saved in HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareCitrixCitrixQuickLaunch
Direct connection to multisession VDA feature
Support for parameter passing to published applications
Support for Citrix AppProtection
Enhanced compatibility with Citrix Cloud Connectors
Multiuser launch feature
Compatibility with Citrix Cloud Connectors
Enhanced error reporting
Introduced command line switches to launch connections
Adding a silent switch to hide the GUI
Errors are written to the event log
Set HDX Enlightened Data Transport to Preferred by default
Fixed GUI issues
Fixed crash when trying to connect to an unavailable VDA
Supports for HDX Enlightened Data Transport and extra settings
Questions? Concerns? Send any feedback for this tool to [email protected]
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