Note: Tested and designed for StoreFront 220.127.116.11 When installing StoreFront and configure a Receiver for Web (RfW) website you can choose for a default page to show. The options are: Auto, Applications and Desktops. If you Read more…
Onlangs is de nieuwe Receiver for Web X1 als technical preview aan de community gegeven. Zodat iedereen een beetje kan spelen met wat de toekomst ons gaat brengen. In deze Technical Preview zit reeds een Read more…
A couple months ago I made a post about customizing the cloud gateway.The real name for that product is Citrix Receiver for Web and is part of the StoreFront Express. Digging deeper in the Receiver for Web I found that it is really easy to modify the appearance of that site. You don’t have to change all the original files. Only just one.
Terry Duchastel has made a very clean and easy how-to about branding the site. I’ve borrowed some elements from that post and put it in this simple CSS He has made a couple of links in the logon page for helpdesk purpose. That part is skipped (because I don’t want to change the default html structure). The only thing with that type of branding, is that it will be gone when an upgrade is performed.
When installing the Citrix Receiver you can give the following setup switch: ALLOWADDSTORE=A|N|S
- A = Always, allow adding and removing stores;
- N = Never, allow adding and removing stores;
- S = Secure (https) stores allowed.
When the client is already deployed the following registry key can be changed to change this behavior: