Filename: XDE400VDAWX86001.zipReplaces: None
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|1.00||February, 2010||Initial release|
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This document describes the issue(s) resolved by this release and includes installation instructions. For additional product information, see Citrix eDocs, the Citrix Product Documentation Library.
When an image located on a network drive is used as the desktop background, that desktop background is not restored after reconnecting to a disconnected session.
The CGPServer Service (CitrixCGPServer.exe) can consume 100% of CPU power.
After switching from a virtual desktop session to the local endpoint device, the Wave (volume) level on the endpoint device is set to zero.
Changes to client printer mapping policies are applied to new sessions, but do not take effect for reconnected sessions. With this fix, printing policies are refreshed upon reconnect and session printers rebuilt accordingly.
Note: This fix is not compatible with SpeedScreen Multimedia Acceleration. If you are affected by the issue and want to install this fix, you must permanently disable SpeedScreen Multimedia Acceleration - either on the Desktop Delivery Controllers or on individual affected endpoint devices - before installing this fix.
This fix resolves an issue where the audio portion of a video stream fails to resume after reconnecting to a disconnected session on a Virtual Desktop Agent running Windows XP.
To disable SpeedScreen Multimedia Acceleration on an endpoint device:
Change the following ICA parameter in the registry or in the ICA file:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\ICA Client\Engine\Lockdown Profiles\All Regions\Lockdown\Virtual Channels\Multimedia
To disable SpeedScreen Multimedia Acceleration on Desktop Delivery Controllers:
Connection attempts to blade Virtual Desktop Agents can fail because Thinwire is not allowed to be a local display driver.
After upgrading from Virtual Desktop Agent Version 3.1.3236 (XDE310VDA002) to Version 3.1.3242 (XDE310VDA004), ICA counters are missing from Performance Monitor.
The KeepAlive feature does not function properly because the KeepAlive timer fails to start.
Audio quality in virtual desktop sessions can be poor when persistent cache is enabled.
After disconnecting and reconnecting to a Version 4.0.4522 Virtual Desktop Agent running on 64-bit Windows 7, application windows are repositioned to different locations.
If the disconnect timer (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\PortICA\Session DisconnectTimer\MaxDisconnectTime) is set to 0 so that disconnected sessions are logged off immediately, sessions are not logged off for one minute. With this fix, the polling interval is set to 100 milliseconds so that the logoff is triggered almost immediately.
When connecting from a multiple monitor endpoint device to a Version 4.0.4522 Virtual Desktop Agent running on Windows 7 with DesktopViewer enabled, resizing the session from being maximized on a single monitor to being maximized across dual monitors causes applications to be displayed behind the taskbar.
No hotfixes were replaced by this release.
To install this version:
If it does not exist already, this will add a new entry, Citrix Virtual Desktop Agent, to the Add/Remove Programs list.