•WDM Packages — Displays the list of WDM Packages that have been applied to the thin client. For
more information, see WDM software for Remote Administration.
•QFEs — Displays the list of Microsoft QFEs (previously known as hot fixes) applied to the thin client
•Copyrights/Patents — Displays copyrights and patents information.
NOTE: The information shown in the dialog box varies for different thin client devices and software
Configuring Citrix Receiver Session Services
Citrix Receiver is a server-based computing technology that separates the logic of an application from its
user interface. The Citrix Receiver client software installed on the thin client device allows the user to
interact with the application GUI, while all of the application processes are executed on the server.
Citrix Receiver session services can be made available on the network using either Windows 2003/2008
Server with Terminal Services and one of the following installed:
• XENDesktop 7.5
• XENDesktop 7.6
To install the software, use the instructions accompanying them. Make sessions and applications available
to the thin client devices sharing the server environment.
If you use a Windows 2003/2008 Server or Citrix XenApp 5.0 with Windows Server 2008, a Terminal
Services Client Access License (TSCAL) server must also be accessible on the network. The server
grants a temporary license, which expires after 120 days. After the temporary license expires,
purchase and install the TSCALs on the server. You cannot make a connection without a temporary
or permanent license.
To configure a Citrix Receiver session:
1. Log in as an admin.
2. Access the Citrix Server using one of the following options:
• On the Start Menu, click All apps → Citrix Receiver.
• Double-click the Citrix Receiver icon on the desktop.
After you log in to the Citrix Server, the Add Account window is displayed.
3. In the Add Account window, enter the Server IP address and then click Next.
• For secure connections, enter Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN).
• For nonsecure connections, enter the IP address.
4. Enter the user credentials and then click Log on.
You can add an account by providing the IP address and you can view the details of the Citrix
5. Click Yes and then click Next.
The Virtual desktop of the Citrix Receiver is displayed.
6. In the Virtual desktop window, click Add Apps (+) → All Applications.
You can select or clear the application check -boxes. The selected applications are displayed on the