Citrix Workspace app for Chrome
The new Citrix Workspace app (formerly known as Citrix Receiver) provides a great user experience — a secure, contextual, and unified workspace — on any device. It gives you instant access to all your SaaS and web apps, your virtual apps, files, and desktops from an easy-to-use, all-in-one interface powered by Citrix Workspace services.
What’s new in 2002
Support for Asset ID
Starting with this release, Citrix Workspace app for Chrome uses an Asset ID that administrators set through the Google Admin Console as a client name for sessions launched from enrolled Chromebooks.
By default, Citrix Workspace app continues to generate a unique client ID for enrolled Chromebooks, which is similar to earlier versions. To use this feature, you must set a policy for Citrix Workspace app. For more information, see Asset ID.
Fixed issues in 2002
-When you set the session state policy to full screen mode and attempt to launch a session, the session or the app might fail to launch. This error message might appear in the console.log: "Cannot read property 'window' of undefined"
Known issues in 2002
-Google Cloud Print might not work with Citrix Workspace app for Chrome. On Citrix Workspace app for Chrome, if you navigate to Settings > Printer and then attempt to open Google Cloud Print by entering credentials on the logon page, this error message appears: "Sign in with Google temporarily disabled for this app.This app has not been verified yet by Google in order to use Google Sign In."
As a workaround, use the Citrix PDF Printer option to print a file. This is a third-party issue.For more information, see Google bug ID #1034865.
-With the seamless mode enabled, if you launch an application in tablet mode and switch between landscape and portrait orientations, the session might adjust its screen resolution incorrectly
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