Author : Ingmar Verheij
Most Citrix products can be installed unattended using command-line switches. This way you can automate the deployment of the product and decreases the administrative tasks (and prevents human errors).
I’ve collected online resources per product group and wrote them down in this article. Is something missing or do you have an addition (maybe your own blog article)? Let me know and I’ll add it to this article.
- Clients (Receiver and plug-ins)
- CloudGateway / WebInterface
- Profile Management
- Provisioning Server
- XenApp / Presentation Server
Receiver for Windows
- Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.4 – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.3 – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.2 – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.1 – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.0 – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Online Plug-in for Windows 12.1 – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Online Plug-in for Windows 12.0.x – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Online Plug-in for Windows 11.2 – Citrix eDocs
- Citrix Plug-in for Hosted Apps for Windows 11.0 – Citrix eDocs
- Offline Plug-in for Windows 6.5 – Citrix eDocs
- Offline Plug-in for Windows 6.0 – Citrix eDocs
- Offline Plug-in for Windows 5.2 – Citrix eDocs
- Self-service Plug-in for Windows 2.1 – Citrix eDocs
- Self-service Plug-in for Windows 2.0 – Citrix eDocs
- Dazzle for Windows 1.1 – Citrix eDocs
The uninstallation procedure of the clients is described by Shaun Ritchie – Full list of Citrix Client Uninstall Strings
PS: Did you know you can download (a lot of) old Citrix clients here?
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