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#Citrix Receiver for HTML5 Version 1.1 Released – #Receiver

January 30, 2013 Leave a comment

Citrix Receiver for HTML5 Version 1.1 is released.. And it now has the support for all the Major Desktop Browsers.

Version 1.1 supports the latest updates of the following Desktop browsers

  • Internet Explorer 10
  • Safari 6
  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox

You can download this from https://www.citrix.com/content/citrix/en_us/downloads/citrix-receiver/receivers-by-platform/receiver-for-html5/

eDocs Location : http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/topic/receiver-html5-11/receiver-html5-version-wrapper.html

 

Key things to check out for while installing and configuring Citrix Receiver for HTML5 v1.1

Direct Internal Acces

  • XenApp 6.5 server to be updated with FP1 and latest Hotfix
  • Install the NEW Citrix Receiver for HTML5 Version 1.1  on your Storefront 1.2 server (Uninstall the old version manually before installing this new version)
  • Open the installed “Citrix HTML5 HDX Engine Configuration” tool and Add the “Receiver for Web” URLs to configure for HTML5 access
  • You can now open the supported browsers listed above on the client side and enter the “Receiver for Web” URL
  • If you are prompted with the logon screen where you have the option to download the native Citrix Receiver, just click on “Log on”
  • Now, add your application/desktop and click on it to launch
  • You have your application running in a browser Tab!!
External Access

Forum : You can use Receiver for HTML5 Forum for reporting issues, questions, and general discussions.

KB articles : You can refer to the below KB articles to troubleshoot some of the cases.

Known Issue : With Internet…

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//Richard

MS to Release Emergency IE Patch on Monday – #Microsoft, #IE – via @appcompatguy

January 14, 2013 Leave a comment

The patch will fix a vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8

By Jeremy Kirk 
Sun, January 13, 2013

IDG News Service — Microsoft will release a patch on Monday for older versions of its Internet Explorer browser, deviating from its normal repair schedule due to the seriousness of the problem.

The vulnerability, which is present in IE 6, 7 and 8, is a memory corruption issue. It can be exploited by an attacker via a drive-by download, a term for loading a website with attack code that delivers malware to a victim’s computer if the person merely visits the website.

Microsoft released a quick fix for the issue earlier this month, but did not have a more permanent patch ready when it released its monthly batch of patches last Tuesday. The company will occasionally release an emergency patch if the software vulnerability is considered a high risk.

“While we have still seen only a limited number of customers affected by the issue, the potential exists that more customers could be affected in the future,” wrote Dustin Childs, group manager for the company’s Trustworthy Computing Group, on a company blog on Sunday.

The patch, which will be released at 10 AM PST, will be distributed through Windows Update. Childs wrote users…

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//Richard

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