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SUPERSEDED: Hotfix Rollup Pack 2 for Citrix XenApp 6.5 for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2

  • CTX136248
  • Created On  Jun 26, 2013
  • Updated On  Jun 29, 2014
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Hotfix Rollup Pack 2 for Citrix XenApp 6.5 for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2

Readme

Hotfix readme name: XAE650W2K8R2X64R02.HTML
Hotfix package name: XA650W2K8R2X64R02.MSP
For: Computers running XenApp 6.5 for Windows Server 2008 R2
Replaced hotfixes: See table
Invalidated hotfixes: See table
Date: June, 2013
Language supported: English (US), German (DE), Spanish (ES), French (FR), Japanese (JA), Simplified Chinese (SC)
Readme version: 1.04

Readme Revision History

Version DateChange Description
1.04 December, 2013 Updated invalidated hotfix information
1.03 November, 2013 Added description of #LA3804; modified description of #LA2830; modified Miscellaneous section; list of replaced hotfixes; list of invalidated hotfixes
1.02 October, 2013 Modified description of #LA1929; list of replaced hotfixes
1.01 August, 2013 Modified descriptions of #LA2130, #LA3642; list of replaced hotfixes
1.00 June, 2013 Initial release

Contents

This hotfix rollup pack replaces most individual hotfixes released for this version of XenApp so far and introduces a number of new fixes and enhancements that have not been released previously.

Where to Find Documentation

This document describes the issue(s) solved by this hotfix rollup pack and includes installation instructions. The full XenApp and other product documentation is available from Citrix eDocs, the Citrix Product Documentation Library.

Additional documentation of interest:

Replaced Hotfixes

This hotfix rollup pack replaces the following hotfixes:

XA650W2K8R2X64R01, XA650W2K8R2X64032, XA650W2K8R2X64033, XA650W2K8R2X64034, XA650W2K8R2X64036, XA650R01W2K8R2X64001, XA650R01W2K8R2X64002, XA650R01W2K8R2X64003, XA650R01W2K8R2X64004, XA650R01W2K8R2X64005, XA650R01W2K8R2X64006, XA650R01W2K8R2X64007, XA650R01W2K8R2X64009, XA650R01W2K8R2X64010, XA650R01W2K8R2X64011, XA650R01W2K8R2X64012, XA650R01W2K8R2X64013, XA650R01W2K8R2X64014, XA650R01W2K8R2X64015, XA650R01W2K8R2X64016, XA650R01W2K8R2X64017, XA650R01W2K8R2X64018, XA650R01W2K8R2X64019, XA650R01W2K8R2X64020, XA650R01W2K8R2X64021, XA650R01W2K8R2X64022, XA650R01W2K8R2X64023, XA650R01W2K8R2X64024, XA650R01W2K8R2X64025, XA650R01W2K8R2X64026, XA650R01W2K8R2X64027, XA650R01W2K8R2X64028, XA650R01W2K8R2X64029, XA650R01W2K8R2X64030, XA650R01W2K8R2X64031, XA650R01W2K8R2X64033, XA650R01W2K8R2X64034, XA650R01W2K8R2X64036, XA650R01W2K8R2X64037, XA650R01W2K8R2X64038, XA650R01W2K8R2X64039, XA650R01W2K8R2X64040, XA650R01W2K8R2X64042, XA650R01W2K8R2X64043, XA650R01W2K8R2X64044, XA650R01W2K8R2X64045, XA650R01W2K8R2X64046, XA650R01W2K8R2X64047, XA650R01W2K8R2X64048, XA650R01W2K8R2X64049, XA650R01W2K8R2X64050, XA650R01W2K8R2X64051, XA650R01W2K8R2X64052, XA650R01W2K8R2X64053, XA650R01W2K8R2X64055, XA650R01W2K8R2X64056, XA650R01W2K8R2X64057, XA650R01W2K8R2X64058, XA650R01W2K8R2X64059, XA650R01W2K8R2X64060, XA650R01W2K8R2X64061, XA650R01W2K8R2X64062, XA650R01W2K8R2X64063, XA650R01W2K8R2X64064, XA650R01W2K8R2X64065, XA650R01W2K8R2X64066, XA650R01W2K8R2X64067, XA650R01W2K8R2X64068, XA650R01W2K8R2X64069, XA650R01W2K8R2X64070, XA650R01W2K8R2X64071, XA650R01W2K8R2X64073, XA650R01W2K8R2X64074, XA650R01W2K8R2X64075, XA650R01W2K8R2X64076, XA650R01W2K8R2X64078, XA650R01W2K8R2X64080, XA650R01W2K8R2X64081, XA650R01W2K8R2X64082, XA650R01W2K8R2X64083, XA650R01W2K8R2X64084, XA650R01W2K8R2X64085, XA650R01W2K8R2X64086, XA650R01W2K8R2X64087, XA650R01W2K8R2X64088, XA650R01W2K8R2X64089, XA650R01W2K8R2X64091, XA650R01W2K8R2X64092, XA650R01W2K8R2X64094, XA650R01W2K8R2X64100

Invalidated Hotfixes

Installing this hotfix rollup pack partially invalidates the following hotfixes. This happens because not all fixes in these hotfixes are included in the hotfix rollup pack. Obtain or request the corresponding replacement hotfixes for any invalidated fixes you require as follows:

Invalidated Fix
Invalidated Hotfix
Replacement Hotfix
#LA3213
XA650R01W2K8R2X64090,
XA650R01W2K8R2X64077
N/A; see note below*
#LA4805
XA650R01W2K8R2X64079
XA650W2K8R2X64R03

*Note: There are currently no plans to reissue Fix #LA3213 for customers who install Hotfix Rollup Packs 2 or 3. For a workaround to address #LA3213, Citrix recommends that you upgrade from Web Interface to StoreFront. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX139761.
From the description of #LA3213: Session sharing might not work for up to five minutes after the initial launch of the session. The issue occurs with sessions launched from Version 5.4 of the Web Interface with Workspace Control disabled and the "Override user device names" option cleared.

Important Notes

  • Caution: Several items in this hotfix rollup pack require you to edit the registry. Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Citrix cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Editor at your own risk.

  • Skype might not recognize the camera, in which case the video portion of the Skype call is missing. To avoid this, make sure the camera is connected before launching Skype. If necessary, sign out of Skype and then sign back into Skype. In some cases, it might be necessary to disconnect and reconnect the camera before signing back into Skype.

Known Installation/Uninstallation Issues

  • For information about the order of deployment to servers in a farm and other helpful best practices guidelines, see Knowledge Center article CTX120842 (Best Practices for Citrix XenApp Hotfix Rollup Pack Installation and Deployment).

  • Installing this hotfix rollup pack partially invalidates several hotfixes. This happens because not all fixes in these hotfixes are included in the hotfix rollup pack. Obtain or request the corresponding replacement hotfixes for any invalidated fixes you require. List of invalidated hotfixes

  • On some Citrix XenApp servers, silent installation of hotfix rollup packs can fail and installation with UI can display the following error message: "Operation could not be completed (error 0x00000002)." If you are affected by this issue, see Knowledge Center article CTX133014 for more information.

  • If you intend to use the Universal Print Server feature, Citrix recommends that you install the Universal Print Server Client before installing this hotfix rollup pack. Otherwise - if you install the Universal Print Server Client after this hotfix rollup pack - a Windows Security dialog appears while you install the Universal Print Server Client.  If this happens, click "Install this driver software anyway" to finish the installation.

  • While uninstalling this hotfix rollup pack from servers with the Universal Print Server Client installed, you may be prompted for the XenApp 6.5 base installer file (mps.msi), available on the XenApp 6.5 original source media. Also, after uninstalling this hotfix rollup pack, you must uninstall and then reinstall the Universal Print Server Client in order for the client to function properly.

New Fixes and Enhancements in This Hotfix Rollup Pack

This hotfix rollup pack introduces the following fixes that have not been previously released:

Application Streaming Printing
End User Experience Monitoring Server/Farm Administration
HDX MediaStream Windows Media Redirection Session/Connection
HDX RealTime Smart Cards
IMA Service SmoothRoaming
Installing, Uninstalling, Upgrading System Exceptions
Keyboard User Experience
Licensing User Interface
Local App Access Miscellaneous
Logon/Authentication

Application Streaming

  1. When launching an application that is streamed to server and no ICA session exists, the IMA Service creates an extraneous two RAD*.tmp temporary files (for a total of three) at C:\ProgramData. One of the files is passed to RadeRun and subsequently deleted by RadeRun. The other two files remain and accumulate over time. Only the one requisite file is created when launching a streamed to server application into an existing ICA session.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0991]

End User Experience Monitoring

  1. The End User Experience Monitoring (EUEM) process notification thread might exit unexpectedly due to an "Access Denied" error (observable using CDFControl/CDFTrace). As a result, "Published Application Launch" events are not collected.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1619]

  2. As part of end-user experience monitoring, login script duration values are reported under Profile Load Server Duration rather than under Login Script Execution Server Duration.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1099]

  3. The End User Experience Monitoring (EUEM) service intermittently fails to record published application launch data, causing the reports that display such data not generate properly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3127]

HDX MediaStream Windows Media Redirection

  1. The Event log might not be generated for the HDX MediaStream Windows Media Redirection feature.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3983]

HDX RealTime

  1. After installing Hotfix Rollup Pack 1, HDX RealTime Webcam Video Compression might fail to work with certain applications. The following error message appears while attempting to capture a picture or video:

    "Failed to acquire image from the device."

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2637]

IMA Service

  1. The IMA Service might exit unexpectedly on provisioned XenApp servers.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2093]

  2. XML application resolution fails when the user and group information is not returned in the <AccessList> element.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3833]

Installing, Uninstalling, Upgrading

  1. Any custom service recovery configurations for Citrix services are lost after installing hotfixes or hotfix rollup packs.

    With this fix, changes made to the recovery options are retained for the following services:

    • Citrix Independent Management Architecture
    • Citrix Print Manager Service
    • Citrix Group Policy Engine
    • Citrix MFCOM Service
    • Citrix XTE Server

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2377]

Keyboard

  1. This fix address the following issues:

    • When using the Receiver for Mac, hiding and restoring the mouse pointer repeatedly in a MicrosoftLive meeting inside the virtual desktop session, the endpoint might become unresponsive.
    • When using Receiver for Windows, hiding and restoring the mouse pointer repeatedly in a GoToMeeting meeting inside the virtual desktop session, the endpoint might become unresponsive.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2825]

Licensing

  1. The number of Concurrent User (CCU) licenses in use can become inaccurate and erroneously appear higher than the actual number of active client connections. When this happens, users might receive an error message when attempting to connect and be denied connection.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2622]

Local App Access

  1. When connected to a published desktop with Local App Access enabled, attempts to launch a published application using an instance of Receiver for Windows that is installed on the published desktop fail.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3729]

Logon/Authentication

  1. Attempts to reconnect to a disconnected session fail for users in farms that span multiple forests using one-way trust. The issue occurs for users who log on to the Web Interface using their FQDN as follows:

    User name: username
    Password: password
    Domain: domainname.local

    - or -

    User name: domainname.local\username
    Password: password
    Domain: (grayed out)

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1398]

  2. User accounts can be locked out after a single invalid logon attempt from the Web Interface. This happens regardless of the number of invalid attempts that are configured to be allowed before the account lockout occurs.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2366]

Printing

  1. When using the Universal Printer driver, configuring the print quality setting (Printer > Preferences > Layout > Advanced) to Draft (150 dpi) can result in incorrect formatting.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0486]

  2. In a multi-hop scenario, the Citrix Print Manager Service (CpSvc.exe) process might exit unexpectedly if the name of the printer exceeds 256 characters.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2354]

  3. The Citrix Print Manager Service (CpSvc.exe) process can utilize up to 100% of the CPU.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2555]

  4. When using the XPS Universal printer driver to print in Internet Explorer 8 with protected mode enabled, the multiple pages per sheet setting might not be honored for users other than administrators.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0907]

  5. The Local Printer Settings button in the Printer Properties dialog box of the Universal Print Server (UPS) is enabled instead of disabled.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2240]

  6. The creation of network printers might fail with Event ID 1114.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2572]

  7. The Citrix Print Manager Service (CpSvc.exe) process might exit unexpectedly while session printers are being created shortly after logon.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2342]

  8. Changing the default printer within a published desktop or application might fail with the following error message:

    "Operation could not be completed (error 0x00000709). Double click the printer name and make sure that the printer is connected to the network."

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3041]

  9. When reconnecting to a disconnected session, the Citrix Universal Printer might no longer be set as the default printer.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3117]

  10. On systems with Fix #LA1362 installed, the Spool Service (cpprov.dll) can leak memory.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3679]

  11. On systems with Fix #LA2063 installed, retained printers created in the session can be missing from the session after logging off and back on.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3839]

  12. The Citrix Print Manager Service (Cpsvc.exe) can exit unexpectedly. The issue occurs as a result of a null pointer exception in an initialization routine.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3747]

  13. When reconnecting to a disconnected session from client device B, session printers created in the previous session from device A appear in the reconnected session, even though they are not configured in the policy for client device B.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3532]

  14. When reconnecting to a disconnected session from a different client device, autocreated printers from the previous instance of the session are not deleted; instead, they are available alongside any printers mapped from the second client device.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3837]

  15. An access violation can cause the splwow64.exe process to exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3689]

Server/Farm Administration

  1. The Health Monitoring and Recovery (HMR) Service can incorrectly report various tests as failing.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1584]

  2. With XML Service DNS address resolution enabled, applications might fail to launch from servers whose name start with 0 (zero).

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1349]

  3. This enhancement to the dscheck.exe utility adds support for the following commands for identifying Common Application entries that have invalid icons and deleting the entries from the datastore. A common application entry is considered to have an invalid icon if the entry has a non-zero UID that is not present in the "Icons" context of the datastore:

    • dscheck /Full Apps /?
      dscheck displays usage help text including help text for the new /IconCheck option.
    • dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck
      dscheck scans all Common Application entries in the data store and prints error messages for any entries that have invalid icons.
    • dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck <AppName>
      dscheck scans the Common Application entry matching the specified "friendly" application name and prints error messages if the entry has an invalid icon.
    • dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck /Clean
      Same as dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck except that dscheck deletes all Common Application entries that have invalid icons.
    • dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck /Clean <AppName>
      Same as dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck /Clean <AppName> except that dscheck deletes the matching Common Application entry if it has an invalid icon.
    • dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck /Clean /Silent
      Same as dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck /Clean except that dscheck suppresses the prompt for permission to modify the database.
    • dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck /Clean /Silent <AppName>
      Same as dscheck /Full Apps /IconCheck /Clean <AppName> except that dscheck suppresses the prompt for permission to modify the database.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1425]

  4. Assigning a load evaluator from the Server node in the AppCenter might fail with the following error message:

    "Apply load evaluator failed - an error occurred. Try performing the task again. If the problem persists, contact support."

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2861]

  5. On systems with Fix #LA1349 installed, the CITRIX-XML-SERVICE NetScaler built-in-monitor might incorrectly report that the server is not available for load balancing.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3446]

  6. The usage of certain custom icons for published applications can stop application enumeration and the following error message appears when attempting to log on to Web Interface: "The system could not log you on. Ensure that you entered your details correctly and try again. If you are still unable to log on, contact your system administrator as your credentials may be invalid or there may be a problem with the authentication system."

    To address this issue in its entirety, you must install both a XenApp hotfix and a XenApp Management Experience hotfix that contains Fix #LA3476.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3476]

  7. With a session linger policy enabled, when launching an application through a process chain with a loader process such as a vbs script, the application name might go blank in AppCenter when the loader process exits.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3487]

  8. When you add two or more applications to the Memory optimization application exclusion list of a Citrix Computer policy (... > Server Settings > Memory/CPU > Memory optimization application exclusion list), not all applications might be set correctly in the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Citrix\SFO\ProcessExclusionList

    For example, if you add two processes – "notepad.exe" as the first process and "wordpad.exe" – to the Memory optimization application exclusion list, "notepad.exe" has the corresponding registry entry, but "wordpad.exe" does not.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3917]

  9. On systems with Fix #LA1943 installed, users can launch a second instance of an application from a preexisting RDP session even if the application instance limit is set to "1."

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA4102]

  10. A server can display a session load of 1 even though no session is logged on to the server. The issue occurs because the code to update the session table is not taking into account that a console session can be connected without being active. With this fix, a console session is not reported as active unless it is logged on.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA4075]

  11. When a "Degrade resolution first" policy setting forces a lesser resolution for a session than what the application is published for, the properties for the session as shown in AppCenter might not reflect the lesser session resolution forced by the policy; instead, the properties display the resolution configured for the published application. The issue occurs with sessions running on servers where Fix #LA2269 is installed.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA4111]

Session/Connection

  1. In certain scenarios, clicking a URL in Microsoft Outlook within a published desktop session fails to launch Internet Explorer while Google Chrome browser is running in the same session.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0937]

  2. The Windows 2008 R2 logon screen might display behind the seamless application Logon Status dialog box for non-English language operating systems.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0990]

  3. While writing a file to the client drive if the total size exceeds the maximum quota value set for the client drive, an error message or a warning message is not displayed.

    Note: To address this issue in its entirety, you must install both a server and a client hotfix that contains Fix #LA1620.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1620]

  4. Sophos Anti-Virus for Windows might fail to scan files under mapped client drives. To enable this fix, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\picadm\Parameters
    Name: EnableSophosAVSupport
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1855]

  5. When attempting to reconnect to a disconnected session that is locked, users might be prompted to reauthenticate. To enable this fix, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\WFShell
    Name: LockOnReconnect
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: <0=OFF; any other value=ON (default)>

    For related information, see Knowledge Center article CTX138189.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3642]

  6. The following policy settings can fail to be applied properly:

    • View window contents while dragging
    • Menu animation
    • Desktop wallpaper

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3145]

  7. When using the client for Oracle Solaris, clicking Disconnect on the Web Interface logs you off of the Web Interface but can fail to disconnect the server session if the session runs on a XenApp 6.5 server. As a result, attempts to reconnect to that session from the Web Interface fail as well.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2763]

  8. Attempts to delete a file from a mapped client drive fail unless the user has Write permissions to the file. To enable this fix, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\picadm\Parameters
    Name: EnableReadonlyAccess
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 0

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3563]

  9. Custom administrators receive an Access denied error message while running the get-xazone and get-xaworkergroup PowerShell commands.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3198]

  10. Sessions can become unresponsive on the servers during logon or logoff.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3702]

  11. The Seek and Pause controls of Windows Media Player 12 running in a published desktop do not respond to user input.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3836]

  12. Published instances of Microsoft Office Communicator clients can exit unexpectedly after connecting a USB camera to the client device.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3318]

  13. When two users are connected to the same instance of an Access database located on a mapped client drive, neither user can see updates made by the other user when refreshing the database. This is caused by the read/write cache, which is enabled by default.

    This enhancement allows you to disable the read/write cache by setting the following registry keys:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\picadm\Parameters
    Name: EnableCcReadCache
    Type: REG_WORD
    Data: 1 (enable; default); 0 (disable)

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\picadm\Parameters
    Name: EnableCcWriteCache
    Type: REG_WORD
    Data: 1 (enable; default); 0 (disable)

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2830]

  14. Attempts to reconnect to a disconnected session can fail with the following error message if the application instance limit is set:

    "You have exceeded the concurrent connection limit. Please contact your system administrator."

    If no application instance limit is set, a new session might be created instead of reconnecting to a disconnected session.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3522]

  15. This enhancement introduces a registry key that allows you to manually increase the performance of server-to-client file transfers.

    Note: This enhancement might cause performance degradations for users connecting with versions of Receiver for Windows older than Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.4 Cumulative Update 2. If you plan to implement this enhancement, you must also:

    • Install server Fix #LA1263 on the same server.
    • Upgrade to Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.4 Cumulative Update 2 or its replacement for all users accessing the server.
    • Set the following registry key on the same server and then restart the server:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\picadm\Parameters
    Name: SetMaxIOSize
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA4054]

  16. Users of touch-optimized desktops for mobile devices cannot view the contents of their "My Documents" folder if the folder is redirected to a mapped network drive.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA4037]

  17. Attempts to reconnect to a locked, disconnected session running on a server where Fix #LA1817 is installed might take about two minutes.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3479]

  18. Right-clicking the root folder of a mapped client drive fails to display the New menu option.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA4087]

Smart Cards

  1. Two-factor USB token authentication for smart cards might fail with the following error message:

    "System could not log you on, requested key container does not exist on smart card."

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3620]

  2. Improperly terminated smart card transactions can leave orphaned sessions running on the server and cause new sessions to become unresponsive during logon. Several processes (winlogon.exe, csrss.exe, and logonui.exe) keep running in the orphaned sessions.

    To enable the fix, you must set the following registry keys:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartCard
    Name: TransactionTimeoutEnable
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Value: 1 (enable)

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartCard
    Name: TransactionTimeoutValue
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Value: <any value more than 5 seconds>

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartCard
    Name: SendRecvTimeout
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Value: Minimum timeout value, in seconds; should be 30 seconds or more. Any lesser value defaults to 30 seconds. This value must be at least 10 seconds less than "TransactionTimeoutValue".

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0983]

  3. When using smart card authentication, sites in the Intranet zone do not prompt for credentials and fail to load if protected mode is enabled for the Intranet zone. To enable this fix, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\SmartCard
    Name: SupLowIntegrityProc
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartCard
    Name: SupLowIntegrityProc
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2130]

SmoothRoaming

  1. Even with Workspace Control/SmoothRoaming enabled, users are sometimes presented with a locked desktop when trying to reconnect to a session. The issue occurs when making several reconnection attempts in rapid succession, specifically when trying to reconnect multiple times within the same 20 seconds. This behavior is as designed as the minimum wait time before a session can be disconnected is hard-coded at 20 seconds. Thus, making an additional reconnection attempt within 20 seconds of the previous attempt causes users to be presented with a locked desktop. This fix introduces support for the following registry key that allows you to configure the minimum wait time before a session can be disconnected:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Citrix\WFShell
    Name: SessionReconnectMinTimeInMilliSeconds
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Value: 20000 (default)

    For related information, see Knowledge Center article CTX138189.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2659]

  2. With SmoothRoaming enabled, attempts to resume an active session from a different device can fail when the SmartAccess filter is enabled for the published application.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3347]

System Exceptions

  1. This fix addresses both a race condition and a null-pointer reference that can cause the Session Reliability (XTE.exe) process to exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0308]

  2. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1251]

  3. With SpeedScreen Latency Reduction/Local Text Echo enabled, Microsoft Outlook 2007 can exit unexpectedly on zlc_api.dll when clicking the Search text box.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1535]

  4. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys with stop code 0xDE.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA1249]

  5. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys with stop code 0x7E.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2172]

  6. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys with bugcheck code 0xD5.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2086]

  7. The Citrix Print Manager Service (CpSvc.exe) process might exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3500]

  8. A deadlock in picadm.sys can cause servers to become unresponsive and prevent them from accepting new connections.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3276]

  9. Sessions running on single-monitor, aero-enabled Windows client devices can disconnect unexpectedly. The issue can occur when a preview, as part of the Dynamic Window Preview feature, is sent to the client; at that time, a twi3.dll thread can terminate the Winlogon.exe process, which in turn causes the session to disconnect.

    To resolve this issue in its entirety, you must install both a XenApp and a Receiver hotfix that contains Fix #LA2858.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2858]

  10. The Citrix Print Manager Service (CpSvc.exe) process might exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2990]

  11. A race condition among threads can cause the Windows Logon User Interface (LogonUI.exe) process to exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3080]

  12. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on csrss.exe.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3186]

  13. Servers can exit unexpectedly on vdtw30.dll.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3827]

  14. The Citrix Print Manager Service (CpSvc.exe) process might exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3440]

  15. The wfshell.exe process might exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3416]

  16. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys with bugcheck code 0x22.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3640]

  17. With Microsoft Application Verifier enabled, the wfshell.exe process might experience an exception on twnmux.dll and exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3894]

User Experience

  1. This fix addresses a low quality image issue in Internet Explorer.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA0832]

User Interface

  1. After a server restarts, the Citrix XTE Server service can randomly fail to start. The issue can affect provisioned servers in both XenApp 6 and XenApp 6.5 farms.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2534]

  2. When reconnecting to a published instance of Microsoft Outlook, the envelope email notification icon in the notification area, if enabled, fails to update to reflect the presence of unread email messages.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA2936]

Miscellaneous

  1. Repeatedly launching and closing Microsoft Office Communicator in a published desktop session can eventually cause Communicator to exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3224]

  2. Even on system with the XenApp 6.5 OpenGL GPU Sharing Feature Add-on installed and enabled, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications might fail to utilize the NVIDIA Quadro 2000 GPU.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3488]

  3. Clicking Terminate from the Connection Center to terminate published instances of Internet Explorer running on XenApp 6.5 servers can leave child processes of Internet Explorer running. This fix introduces support for the following registry key that, if set, ensures related processes get closed as well:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Control/Citrix/wfshell/TWI
    Name: SeamlessFlags
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 0x00800000

    (Note: If a seamless flag already exists, add the value 0x00800000 to it. For example, if the value 0x200 already exists, set the value to (0x200+0x800000=0x800200)).

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3548]

  4. This release includes the latest version of the SSLSDK - Version 12.1.13.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA3804]

  5. This release provides the server-side support for mobility SDK features that allow you to create Windows hosted apps that can capture audio and video on your users' mobile devices. For more information, see http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/topic/xenapp65fp2-w2k8/ps-mobility-pack-sdk-intro.html.

    [From XA650W2K8R2X64R02][#LA4008]

Fixes from Previously Released Hotfixes and from Hotfix Rollup Pack 1

This hotfix rollup pack also contains all fixes included in Hotfix Rollup Pack 1 plus the following fixes that shipped since the release of Hotfix Rollup Pack 1:

  1. Webcam sharing fails with Cisco WebEx. A black screen appears instead of the video.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64001][#LA1926]

  2. The time stamp for new files and folders can be incorrect on client drives mapping into a published desktop with Time Zone Redirection enabled.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64002][#LA1744]

  3. When using the udadmin.exe command-line utility to list the licenses checked out on the license server, usernames that contain a period (.) appear truncated. For example: When first.last is converted to a FQDN, the string that follows the period is truncated to first@last instead of first.last@domain.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64002][#LA1800]

  4. A non-seamless session launched as described in Knowledge Center article CTX116357 on a XenApp 6.5 server turns into a shared, seamless session if the same user launches a seamless session on the same server.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64002][#LA1802]

  5. Client drive mapping (\\client\<drive letter>$) by way of Active Directory group policies does not get implemented properly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64002][#LA1817]

  6. Rpm.dll can render servers unresponsive. The issue results from a race condition that occurs when the shadowee's session is logged off before the shadow request is acknowledged. Further symptoms include servers' refusals to accept new connections and to enumerate sessions from the Task Manager.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64002][#LA1927]

  7. Users logged on with a user name that contains a string "UD" might not be able to launch applications. Instead, and the following message appears:

    "Citrix XenApp license acquisition error (-18)"

    The issue occurs only when attempting to launch an application. Application enumeration is not affected.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64002][#LA1937]

  8. Attempts to relaunch or reconnect to a published application can fail. The issue occurs when a one session per user limit is configured and the application launches a system process such as splwow64.exe as a child process in the background. Reconnection attempts stall at the "Connection Established. Negotiating Capabilities..." state fail until such system processes are terminated.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64003][#LA1329]

  9. In sessions using Receivers for non-Windows operating systems and French language keyboard layouts, characters with diacritical marks (ä; ë; ï; ö; ü) are displayed in all uppercase.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64004][#LA1598]

  10. The Citrix XML Service might become unresponsive after running continuously for several days.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64005][#LA1139]

  11. The IMA Service might become unresponsive, preventing existing sessions from logging off and new sessions from connecting.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64006][#LA1285]

  12. Worker groups can contain invalid records. This enhancement to the DSCHECK utility allows you to purge invalid worker group records as follows:

    • To remove the invalid server entries in the worker group object, run the following commands:
      dscheck /full workergroup
      dscheck /full workergroup /clean
    • To remove the invalid worker group server objects, run the following commands:
      dscheck /full workergroup /server
      dscheck /full workergroup /server /clean
    • To remove the invalid server entries in the worker group mapping object, run the following commands:
      dscheck /full workergroup /GroupMappings
      dscheck /full workergroup /GroupMappings /clean

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64007][#LA1851]

  13. With Windows Driver Verifier enabled for ctxdvcs.sys, servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on ctxdvcs.sys with stop code 0xC9.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64009][#LA1847]

  14. A deadlock in picadm.sys can cause servers to become unresponsive. Sessions already connected might disconnect and prevent servers from accepting new connections.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64010][#LA1260]

  15. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys due to a memory leak.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64010][#LA1813]

  16. Opening files from a client-side USB device or network drives mapped into a XenApp session might result in corrupt files (zero kilobyte) when you reconnect to a disconnected session.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64010][#LA2113]

  17. After installing Fix #LA0795, servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64010][#LA2191]

  18. XenApp servers behind read-only domain controllers (RODCs) might experience slow application launch issues while winlogon.exe spikes CPU usage.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64011][#LA1617]

  19. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on vdtw30.dll.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64012][#LA2001]

  20. Sessions can disconnect unexpectedly, and the disconnect is incorrectly reported as an SSL error on the client, server, or the Secure Gateway.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64012][#LA2017]

  21. This fix addresses a stability issue in an underlying component of Secure Gateway.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64013][#263345]

  22. This fix improves compatibility with certain third-party products that rely on the Windows secondary network provider interface when Kerberos authentication is used.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64014][#LA1566]

  23. The IMA Service might exit unexpectedly while a user logs off.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64015][#LA2195]

  24. Even though the policy description of Display Memory Limit implies that you can allocate as much as 128 MB of display memory, the maximum display memory allocation is actually limited to 64 MB. This fix adds support for up to 128 MB of display memory.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64016][#LA2030]

  25. Certain applications running in a session authenticated using a BEID smart card can become unresponsive.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64017][#LA1367]

  26. A smart card cannot be read if a published desktop gets locked.

    To enable this fix, you must create the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartCard
    Name: EnableCtxCleanup
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64017][#LA2343]

  27. This fix addresses an issue that prevents the Windows logon screen of XenApp 6.5 servers from displaying the smart card tile.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64017][#LA2680]

  28. A race condition can prevent a smart card PIN from being passed to the server and the session fails to launch.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64017][#LA3304]

  29. When you delete the default printer in a session, any remaining printers fail to be promoted to be the new default printer.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64018][#LA2164]

  30. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on ctxpn.sys with stop code 0x50.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64019][#LA1974]

  31. In a pass-through session, selecting "Set up audio and video" in Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 and proceeding to the Web cam page can cause the wfshell.exe or the wfica32.exe process to exit unexpectedly.

    To enable this fix, you must also install the client-side Fix #LA1644.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64020][#LA2368]

  32. Attempts to reconnect to a disconnected seamless session with LongCommandLine parameters can spawn an additional instance of the published application to be launched.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64021][#LA2323]

  33. If a policy A is configured to create a session printer for a user, that printer is not only mapped into the session as designed, it also automatically becomes the default printer - even though there is no policy setting to configure that behavior. Further, if an additional policy B is configured to set the default printer to the client's main printer, that policy is ignored as the session printer configured in policy A becomes the default printer.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64022][#LA1953]

  34. When using workspace control, the "Host to client redirection" policy applied to the initial session might be applied to subsequent sessions, even if launched from different devices that may be subject to different policies.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64023][#LA2146]

  35. Published applications might fail to launch with the following error message:

    "You have exceeded the concurrent connection limit. Please contact your System Administrator."

    The issue can be observed during application relaunch while the session is resuming its active state.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64024][#LA2083]

  36. With Excelhook enabled, the setting "Show all windows in the Taskbar" in Microsoft Excel 2010 does not take effect.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64025][#LA2225]

  37. Attempts to map the Universal Printer Driver from a client device can cause the Spooler process (spoolsv.exe) to exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64026][#LA2165]

  38. Attempts to print using the Universal XPS Printer Driver can cause third party applications to exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64026][#LA2376]

  39. With Windows Media Redirection enabled, videos fail to play after the following sequence of user actions: Play > Pause > Seek > Play.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64027][#LA2034]

  40. An internal race condition within picadm.sys can slow down servers and prevent them from accepting new connections.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64028][#LA0391]

  41. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64028][#LA2009]

  42. When updating a file located on a drive mapped outside of the session, the modified size of the file is not updated while using the GetFileSize () function in the session.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64028][#LA2067]

  43. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64028][#LA2514]

  44. A deadlock in ctxdvcs.sys can cause servers to fail to process logon requests. When this happens, applications fail to launch and administrators cannot establish RDP connections to affected servers.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64029][#LA2008]

  45. On Windows Server 2003, you can specify whether a user can reconnect to a session from any client device or only from the originating client. The From originating client only option is not present anymore in the Remote Desktop Services settings of the Windows Server 2008 R2 edition.

    This feature enhancement allows you to implement the same functionality on Windows Server 2008 R2 through XenApp. To enable the feature, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Policies\Citrix
    Name: ReconnectSame
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    Note that if Workspace Control is enabled on the Web Interface, enabling the "Automatically reconnect to sessions when users log on" feature can result in side effects and users might have to launch the session twice to open a session from the non-originating client device.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64030][#LA1929]

  46. After Session Reliability times out, launching a new instance of an application can cause the session to disconnect and reconnect during the first attempt. The issue occurs when session sharing fails to work and RDP disconnects the session while attempting to create a new session as each user is restricted to a single session.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64030][#LA2049]

  47. In certain scenarios, the Citrix Group Policies’ Access Control filters might fail to work while reconnecting to a disconnected session. This condition can impact the final policy settings that rely on these filters.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64030][#LA2269]

  48. With session sharing enabled, if two published applications have different access control settings, attempts to launch the second application do not result in the creation of a separate session as expected. Instead, the second application fails to launch altogether.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64030][#LA2285]

  49. In certain scenarios, the reconnection process fails to update the connection information (for example – client IP, client name, and Access Gateway information). Instead, the connection information of the connection that originated the session might be preserved.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64030][#LA2349]

  50. When viewed in TouchOptimizedDesktop.exe, folder names that contain one or more periods (.) appear truncated after the final period. For example: In my.name.folder, the folder name is truncated to my.name.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64031][#LA2104]

  51. When viewed in TouchOptimizedDesktop.exe, the taskbar fails to scroll left/right unless the published desktop is running a Windows Aero-enabled theme.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64031][#LA2253]

  52. When changing the XML server’s logon control to prohibit logons, the Citrix XML Service might become unresponsive. As a result, connected users might not be able to enumerate applications and for authenticated users, the sessions might fail to launch.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64033][#LA1787]

  53. This fix addresses a security vulnerability. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX135066.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64033][#LA2089]

  54. This fix addresses a security vulnerability. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX135066.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64033][#LA2325]

  55. This fix addresses an issue that prevents "restricted users" (those configured with permissions to log on specifically to non-XenApp servers) from launching applications published on XenApp servers from the Web Interface.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64033][#LA2678]

  56. A deadlock in the multimedia redirection module can cause Internet Explorer to become unresponsive for several minutes while launching Web applications.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64034][#LA2813]

  57. The priorities of worker group preferences in load balancing policies can assume zero (0) or negative values when you delete a worker group.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64036][#LA2088]

  58. When running the dscheck.exe utility with printer switches against XenApp 6.5 servers, the following error might appear:

    "Failed to do Printers initialization: 0x80000007"

    The issue occurs because several printer related tables present in earlier releases are no longer available in XenApp 6.5.

    Note: This fix to the dscheck.exe utility also removes all but the following printer related option as those are the only ones supported in XenApp 6.5:

    • /purge_replications - Removes all printer replications from the data store.
    • /purge_globaldrivercatalog - Removes duplicate objects in the Global Driver Catalog.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64037][#LA2265]

  59. When playing video files in Windows Media Player with Windows Media Redirection enabled, the Mute function might fail to work after the following sequence of user actions: Play > Pause > Mute > Play.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64038][#LA2241]

  60. The Get-XASession PowerShell command does not display SmartAccess filters.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64039][#LA1854]

  61. When using Access Gateway filters with XenApp published applications, clicking the Web Interface Logoff button does not terminate the session. As a result, after clicking the button, the Web Interface site logs off but the session persists.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64039][#LA2545]

  62. When setting the policy, Client USB device redirection bandwidth limit in a session, the overall bandwidth of the session might be impacted.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64040][#LA2767]

  63. On systems with Fix #LA1167 installed, the following audit failure error is unnecessarily written to the Security Log every five minutes:

    "NTSTATUS 0xc0000062; An Error occurred during Logon."

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64042][#LA2589]

  64. The MFCOM SDK experiences a memory leak when using XenAppCOM.XenAppFarm.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64043][#LA2192]

  65. Launching an additional application in an existing session can cause the session to exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64044][#LA2524]

  66. When reconnecting from a disconnected session, printers using the Citrix Universal Printer Driver (UPD) might no longer be available in the listed printers.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64045][#LA1751]

  67. Multiple references to the same network printer can appear in a session. The redundant references typically contain the word "Session."

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64045][#LA2063]

  68. The Citrix Print Manager Service (CpSvc.exe) process might exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64045][#LA2311]

  69. Servers in time zones that are subject to daylight saving times can restart one hour after the scheduled time if a randomization policy is enabled and a value other than 0 is configured.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64046][#LA2347]

  70. Application enumeration fails for applications that use a 32-bit PNG icon for the application shortcut. To address this issue in its entirety, you must install both a XenApp and an AppCenter hotfix that contains Fix #LA0857.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64047][#LA0857]

  71. When launching an application from a client mapped drive, the application can launch successfully, but fail to have network connectivity.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64048][#LA1668]

  72. When updating a file located on a drive mapped outside of the session, the modified size of the file is not updated when opening the file through Windows Explorer in the session.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64048][#LA2645]

  73. This fix addresses the following issues with the Configuration Logging Database:

    1. When a worker group is created, server information is not added to the logs.
    2. When a server is added or removed from a worker group, that information is not added to the logs.
    3. When a OU is added or removed from a server group, that information is not added to the logs.

    To address this fix in its entirety, you must install both hotfixes XA650R01W2K8R2X64049 and DSCXAMx650W005 or their replacements.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64049][#LA2237]

  74. When launching Windows Media Player in a published desktop by clicking an HTTP URL for MPEG Audio Layer-3 (MP3) (for example, http://www.freeclassicaudiobooks.com/audiobooks/Huck/mp3/), the audio file might fail to play.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64050][#LA2833]

  75. Citrix Receiver for HTML5 sessions launched using Internet Explorer 10 might get disconnected with a network error after being in an idle state for about 30 seconds.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64051][#LA2963]

  76. Applications published to a worker group and with a load evaluator assigned to them might enumerate but fail to launch after restarting the server.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64052][#LA2595]

  77. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on ctxdvcs.sys with stop code 0x44.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64053][#LA2747]

  78. This enhancement provides significant improvements in the performance of file transfers. To enable this fix, you must install both a server hotfix (XA650W2K8R2X64R02 or its replacement) and a version of Receiver for Windows (Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.4 Cumulative Update 2 or its replacement) that contains Fix #LA1263.

    Note: After installing this fix, users might experience unexpected session drops when the File Redirection Bandwidth Limit and Overall Session Bandwidth Limit policies are set to 100kbps and 120kbps, respectively. If this happens, modify the value of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\ICA Client\Engine\Configuration\Advanced\Modules\ClientDrive\HighThroughputWindowSize or HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Citrix\ICA Client\Engine\Configuration\Advanced\Modules\ClientDrive\HighThroughputWindowSize(REG_SZ) to 65535 or less on the client device.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64055][#LA1263]

  79. While printing in certain double-hop scenarios, the following error message appears and the Wfica32.exe process exits unexpectedly: "Citrix HDX Engine was stopped working." The issue is caused by port names that exceed 260 characters in length.

    To address this issue, you must install both a server and a Receiver hotfix that contains Fix #LA3009.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64056][#LA3009]

  80. When using the Citrix Universal Printer Driver (UPD) for autocreated printers, the system occasionally experiences a fatal exception with stop code 0x0000007f.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64057][#LA2013]

  81. When using the Citrix Universal Printer Driver (UPD), the document might fail to print with Event ID 372 logged in the Event Log.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64057][#LA2239]

  82. When launched in full-screen mode, Internet Explorer might not resize correctly after changing from landscape to portrait mode. Essentially, this is the result of a limitation of Internet Explorer. As such, this fix does address the issue in some cases but cannot in others.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64058][#LA1588]

  83. Launching Internet Explorer in kiosk mode (iexplorer.exe -k) on servers with Fix #LA1588 installed causes the browser to run in maximized rather than full-screen mode.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64058][#LA3131]

  84. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on vdtw30.dll with bugcheck code 0x7F.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64059][#LA2260]

  85. When using Access Control filters, Load Balancing might be ignored. However, the policies might work correctly while using other filters, such as User filters.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64060][#LA2805]

  86. The ImaSrv.exe process might exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64061][#LA2971]

  87. Discovery fails if a server with a host ID greater than 7fff is added to a worker group.

    Note: This fix prevents the assignment of a host ID greater than 7fff. If applied to a server before joining a farm, this prevents a Discovery failure caused by that server’s host ID. To address the issue for existing servers with host IDs greater than 7fff, remove those servers and rejoin them to the farm.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64062][#LA3043]

  88. Disconnecting a client-side USB disk mapped into a XenApp session with Windows Explorer running can cause Windows Explorer to become unresponsive.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64063][#LA1402]

  89. The End User Experience Monitoring (EUEM) process notification thread might exit unexpectedly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64064][#LA1564]

  90. After upgrading to Hotfix Rollup Pack 1, the ICA Session Round Trip data counter might not report accurately.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64064][#LA2731]

  91. Users reconnecting to a session can experience logon delays of up to 30 seconds for each WMI filter that is configured. To disable the policy calculation during reconnect, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Reconnect
    Name: DisableGPCalculation
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64065][#LA0826]

  92. When playing video files in Windows Media Player with Windows Media Redirection enabled, Windows Media Player might become unresponsive while double-clicking the Windows Media clip.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64066][#LA3255]

  93. With the HDX MediaStream Windows Media Redirection policy prohibited, published desktops running on servers with Fix #LA2368 installed fail to launch properly: The desktops might not display the Windows taskbar or be unresponsive altogether. Applications running on such servers fail to launch intermittently.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64066][#LA3374]

  94. After enabling the Dynamic Fair Share Scheduling (DFSS) and restarting the IMA Service, the following error message is written to the Event log by mistake: "The Citrix Thinwire driver stopped because it cannot allocate the required memory."

    With this fix, the following, correct message appears in the Event log: "The Dynamic Fair Share Scheduling (DFSS) aspect of the Remote Desktop Services role is currently enabled. CPU Utilization Management does not operate correctly when DFSS is enabled, so the Citrix Independent Management Architecture service (IMAService) will not start CPU Utilization Management. To allow IMAService to start CPU Utilization Management, disable DFSS. For instructions on how to disable DFSS, see help for Microsoft Remote Desktop Services or Citrix XenApp."

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64067][#LA2147]

  95. When reconnecting to a disconnected session from the Receiver for iOS after rotating the device from landscape to portrait mode or vice versa, the published application window might appear distorted. If you rotate the device again, the published application window appears correctly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64067][#LA2795]

  96. While launching an application, command line parameters are converted to lowercase regardless of the case specified in the application properties.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64068][#LA3220]

  97. Connections that are routed through BranchRepeater to aid in network utilization can experience the following issues:

    • Users who log off of their client device and log back on after 30 minutes or more can find their ICA sessions to disconnect unexpectedly and - on occasion - to fail to reconnect
    • Sessions can randomly drop and then automatically reconnect

    This fix addresses both issues by allowing you to enable the KeepAlive timer, which is otherwise disabled by default for connections routed through BranchRepeater. To enable the KeepAlive timer, you must set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\Wds\icawd
    Name: EnableKeepAliveOnBR
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 1

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64069][#237743]

  98. The Output Session Bandwidth Performance Monitoring (Perfmon) counters might not work as expected on XenApp 6.5 servers. As a result, the values displayed for sessions are too low and do not reflect the session bandwidth correctly.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64070][#LA3109]

  99. Using the CTRL+mouse left button to open a hyperlink in a new tab cause the new tab to not open for up to four seconds.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64071][#LA2828]

  100. Newly provisioned targets deployed using Provisioning Services are not associated with the zone specified in the master image.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64073][#242465]

  101. On systems with Fix #LA2083 installed, the local administrator’s console session appears both on the Sessions and on the Users tab of the AppCenter. After installing this fix, the console session no longer appears on the Users tab of the AppCenter for each XenApp server installed in the farm.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64074][#LA3163]

  102. A deadlock in picadm.sys can cause servers to become unresponsive.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64075][#LA2010]

  103. Attempts to launch a published application by launching a file associated with that application by way of file type association (rather than by launching the file from within the running application) can cause the XenApp server to exit unexpectedly; an Error 7011 appears in the Event Viewer.

    The issue occurs when the file is one of several tens of thousands of files located in the folder.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64075][#LA2660]

  104. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on picadm.sys with bugcheck code 0x22.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64075][#LA3111]

  105. When using the Connection Center or the Web Interface to log off from a seamless session with unsaved data, a black window appears with the following message:

    "Programs still need to close" - with the two options - "Force Logoff" or "Cancel." The "Cancel" option does not work.

    After installing this fix, the Cancel option works as designed. After utilizing the Cancel button, Citrix recommends that you save your data and then log out of the session to prevent further performance delays.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64078][#LA0318]

  106. Setting the Reboot schedule randomization interval policy to a large value (more than 30 minutes) can cause the server to restart multiple times within the specified time window.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64079][#LA2939]

  107. When dragging published instances of applications to either side of the screen, the applications might revert to the original position.

    To enable this fix, you must create the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Citrix\wfshell\TWI
    Name: SeamlessFlags
    Type: REG_DWORD
    Data: 0x00400000 (Note: If a seamless flag already exists, add the value 0x00400000 to it. For example, if the value 0x200 already exists, set the value to (0x200+0x400000=0x400200)).

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64080][#LA2932]

  108. In sessions using Receivers for non-Windows operating systems and Portuguese language keyboard layouts, characters with diacritical marks (ä; ë; ï; ö; ü; and â; ê; î; ô; û;) are displayed in all uppercase after pressing the SHIFT key to place the accents.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64081][#LA3439]

  109. Servers might experience a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen, on vdtw30.dll with bugcheck code 0x7F.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64082][#LA3278]

  110. With pre-launch sessions configured, if the user launches a published application immediately after authenticating to the receiver, the user session might fail to take over the pre-launch session. As a result, two sessions (user session and pre-launch session) with the same Session ID appear in the AppCenter. The issue does not occur if the user waits for a couple of seconds after authenticating and before launching a published application.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64083][#LA3178]

  111. Attempts to terminate a process from AppCenter can fail.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64084][#LA2187]

  112. The ICAlistener Health Monitoring test fails for devices with multiple network adapters because of an issue with the /hostname:%computer name% parameter set in the Group Policy HMR policy.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64086][#LA3383]

  113. On systems with Fix #LA2285 installed (Hotfix XA650R01W2K8R2X64030 or its replacement), session sharing with disconnected sessions can fail. To enable this fix in its entirety, you must also install Fix #LA3194 (included in this hotfix rollup pack).

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64088][#LA3380]

  114. Sessions can become unresponsive when smart card services are running but no smart card reader is present.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64089][#LA3469]

  115. With the application instance limit set to "1," attempts to reconnect to an existing session from a different client device might fail with the following error message:

    "Connection Error: The Citrix server has reached its concurrent application limit for this application. Please contact your system administrator."

    This fix addresses the issue in scenarios where you attempt to reconnect to the original, active application. It does not address it in scenarios where you launch a different published application before trying to reconnect to the original active application.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64090][#LA1943]

  116. On systems with Fix #LA1285 installed (Hotfix XA650R01W2K8R2X64006 or its replacement), session sharing for disconnected sessions can fail. To enable this fix in its entirety, you must also install Fix #LA3380(included in this hotfix rollup pack).

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64090][#LA3194]

  117. On systems with Fix #LA1285 installed (Hotfix XA650R01W2K8R2X64006 or its replacement), attempts to reconnect to disconnected sessions might fail if the session state is "Disconnected" and the published application's state is "Lingering."

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64090][#LA3541]

  118. Load Balancing Policy filters might fail to be honored for anonymous users.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64091][#LA2287]

  119. The Server Configuration Tool for XenApp 6.5 fails to create unique Secure Ticket Authority (STA) IDs.

    [From XA650R01W2K8R2X64094][#LA3033]

Installing and Uninstalling This Hotfix Rollup Pack

Notes:

  • See the Known Installation/Uninstallation Issues section for known install behaviors and their workarounds.

  • This hotfix rollup pack might or might not prompt you to restart the server when the installation is complete. If you are using the AppCenter, you must restart the server after installing this hotfix rollup pack to ensure that it is added to or removed from the console's hotfix inventory list.

To install this hotfix rollup pack:

  1. Copy the hotfix rollup pack to an empty folder on the hard drive of the server you want to update.

  2. Close all applications.

  3. Run the executable.

  4. Restart the server.

  5. If you are using the AppCenter, restart the server to ensure the hotfix rollup pack is added to the console's hotfix inventory list.

Symbols Files Location

(For use only when instructed by Citrix Technical Support) XA650W2K8R2X64R02 Symbols for Windows Server 2008 R2

Files Updated (All Dates/Times UTC)

File Name

Date

Time

Size

BUG0271147RegBackup.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
1,600
BUG0286247RegRemove.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
1,295
BUG0302042RegRemove.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
1,646
BUG0377307RegBackup_picadmProps.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
5,851
ccticket64.dll
06/13/2013
14:14
78,152
CitrixUpd.txt
06/13/2013
14:10
50
CitrixXps.txt
06/13/2013
14:10
50
CitrixXpsDrv-PipelineConfig.xml
06/13/2013
14:10
42
cmpapi64.dll
06/13/2013
14:14
202,016
cmpcom64.dll
06/13/2013
14:14
311,072
cmpemul64.dll
06/13/2013
14:14
106,784
cmpmrvc64.dll
06/13/2013
14:14
891,168
cmpvdo64.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
244,000
complus_ca.dll
06/13/2013
14:19
848,672
CPatch.exe
06/13/2013
14:19
268,200
Cpatchbackup_Files.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
3,082
CpatchRestore_Files.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
4,497
CpatchRestore_FilesPreInstall.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
3,692
cpmon.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
186,184
cpproc.dll
06/13/2013
14:10
1,726,240
cpprov.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
232,224
CpSvc.exe
06/13/2013
14:15
1,028,936
Cpupdrv.dll
06/13/2013
14:10
301,856
Cpupdui.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
347,936
Cpxpsupdui.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
504,096
CtxAudDmo64.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
316,232
CtxAudioSvc.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
1,489,224
ctxauth.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
481,608
ctxcpusched.exe
06/13/2013
14:15
146,248
CtxDSEndPoints64.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
338,720
ctxdvcs.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
173,856
CtxHfLoader.dll
06/13/2013
14:19
292,784
CtxKerbProvider.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
388,424
ctxLibWebSocket.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
25,888
CtxLocationApi64.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
502,048
CtxMFEndPoints64.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
270,112
ctxpn.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
39,200
CtxPreLaunch.Exe
06/13/2013
14:15
136,520
ctxprn64.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
140,104
CtxSensVcLibDll64.dll
06/13/2013
14:15
1,248,544
ctxsfosvc64.exe
06/13/2013
14:16
206,152
CtxSmartCardSvc.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
1,750,856
ctxsmcapi64.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
277,832
CtxUiMon.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
103,200
CtxWinlogonProv.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
330,568
ctxwsapi64.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
197,960
cupdres_de.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
78,624
cupdres_en.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
78,624
cupdres_es.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
79,136
cupdres_fr.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
79,136
cupdres_ja.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
77,600
cupdres_zh-CN.dll
06/13/2013
14:11
77,088
cutildll64.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
146,248
DefaultCapabilities.xml
06/13/2013
14:11
81,429
GvchCustomActions.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
376,096
HDXAudioMonitor64.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
122,144
HostMMTransport64.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
509,216
icatdpipe.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
38,688
icatdwsk.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
52,000
ImaSystem64.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
832,328
ima_msi_ca.dll
06/13/2013
14:19
1,472,448
Interop.CitrixMobility.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
95,008
Ironcove_RunTime_Xml.xml
06/13/2013
14:19
3,581
LA2377.vbs
06/13/2013
14:19
4,356
MfAppSal64.dll
06/13/2013
14:16
281,928
mf_mm_ca.dll
06/13/2013
14:19
2,954,656
mmhook64.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
249,160
mod_cgp.so
06/10/2013
18:06
110,592
mod_winevent_log.so
06/10/2013
18:05
9,728
mod_ws.so
06/10/2013
18:06
77,824
MrVcSvc.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
1,328,416
msi50ca.dll
06/13/2013
14:20
430,880
picadd.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
224,544
picaddapi64.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
90,440
picadm.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
713,504
picapar.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
261,920
PicaProvider.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
816,968
picaser.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
310,560
picavc.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
69,408
RevSeamLauncher.exe
06/13/2013
14:17
49,440
rpm.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
3,034,440
scardhook64.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
1,600,288
Sfrhook64.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
209,696
statui.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
103,240
TaskbarGrpWin7.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
100,680
TouchOptimizedDesktop.exe
06/13/2013
14:17
1,184,544
twexport.sys
06/13/2013
14:10
27,424
twi3.dll
06/13/2013
14:17
610,120
upprn.dll
06/13/2013
14:10
24,864
VDAIEInterceptor.dll
06/13/2013
14:18
90,912
VDARedirector.exe
06/13/2013
14:18
59,680
VDARedirectorProxy64.dll
06/13/2013
14:18
19,232
vdtw30.dll
06/13/2013
14:18
744,736
viphook64.dll
06/13/2013
14:18
224,032
wdica.sys
06/13/2013
14:11
613,152
wpnbr.dll
06/13/2013
14:18
322,888
zlc_api64.dll
06/13/2013
14:18
137,504
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (de)
06/13/2013
14:15
11,040
raveeventmessages.dll (de)
06/13/2013
14:17
14,112
citrixupd.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
13,589
CitrixUpd.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
3,404
ctxdvcs.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
8,003
ctxdvcs.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
2,527
ctxpn.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
7,995
ctxpn.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
1,705
icatdpipe.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
8,011
icatdpipe.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
1,939
icatdwsk.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
8,007
icatdwsk.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
1,929
picadd.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
7,999
picadd.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
2,241
picadm.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
7,999
picadm.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
2,597
picapar.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
8,003
picapar.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
1,833
picaser.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
8,003
picaser.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
1,985
picavc.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
7,999
picavc.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
2,203
twexport.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
8,007
twexport.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:10
1,687
wdica.cat (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:11
7,995
wdica.inf (driverfiles)
06/13/2013
14:11
1,707
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (en)
06/13/2013
14:15
11,040
raveeventmessages.dll (en)
06/13/2013
14:17
13,600
RaveEventMessagesman64.man (en)
06/13/2013
14:09
7,546
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (es)
06/13/2013
14:15
11,040
raveeventmessages.dll (es)
06/13/2013
14:17
14,112
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (fr)
06/13/2013
14:15
11,040
raveeventmessages.dll (fr)
06/13/2013
14:17
14,112
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (ja)
06/13/2013
14:15
11,040
raveeventmessages.dll (ja)
06/13/2013
14:17
13,600
0000040c.kbd (x32)
06/10/2013
13:19
10,475
00000813.kbd (x32)
06/10/2013
13:22
10,116
00000816.kbd (x32)
06/10/2013
13:22
10,520
auditlog.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:14
63,816
ccticket.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:14
76,104
Citrix.IconConverter.dll (x32)
06/06/2013
20:09
71,552
CitrixLogServer.dll (x32)
06/10/2013
21:31
174,472
CitrixLogServer.tlb (x32)
06/10/2013
21:31
12,412
cmpapi.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:14
152,352
cmpcom.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:14
246,560
cmpemul.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:14
90,912
cmpmrvc.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:14
488,224
cmpvdo.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:14
156,448
ComPlugin.dll (x32)
06/10/2013
13:09
35,208
CtxAudDmo.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
211,272
CtxDSEndPoints.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
226,080
ctxhide.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
17,736
CtxLocationApi.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
403,744
CtxMFEndPoints.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
197,408
ctxprn.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
121,160
ctxrdpctls.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
117,064
CtxSensVcLibDll.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
688,928
CtxSensVcSvc.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:15
1,805,088
ctxsfosvc.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
166,216
CtxSmartCardSvc.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
928,072
ctxsmcapi.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
178,504
CtxWMI.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
43,848
ctxwsapi.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
145,736
ctxxmlss.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
45,896
cutildll.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
104,776
dscheck.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
244,040
EndUserMonitoringPolicies.dll (x32)
06/10/2013
12:53
22,936
euem_app.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
231,752
exceldll.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
23,368
HCA.Action.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
22,856
HCA.Configuration.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
55,624
HCA.Core.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
72,008
HCA.Reporting.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
39,240
HCA.Test.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
22,856
HCAService.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
26,952
HDXAudioMonitor.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
111,392
HdxRTTheora.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
239,944
HostMMTransport.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
346,440
icactls.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
325,960
ICAListener.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
35,144
IconConverterMixed.dll (x32)
06/06/2013
20:08
49,552
iexplore.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
36,168
ImaAction.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
31,048
ImaAdminSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
211,272
ImaAdvanceSrv.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
280,904
ImaAppSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
432,456
ImaDomain.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
203,080
ImaObjectPermissions.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
37,704
ImaOracle.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
125,256
ImaPolicySs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
158,024
ImaRaSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
231,752
ImaRuntimeSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
387,400
ImaShimProductAdapter.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
145,736
ImaSrv.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
178,504
ImaSrvSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
1,390,920
ImaSystem.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
543,048
ImaWorkerGroupSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
186,696
libhttpd.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
280,904
LmsSS.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
387,400
LogonMonitor.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
31,048
MfAppSal.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
215,368
MfAppSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
432,456
mfcomsrv.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
1,231,176
MFEvent.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:16
29,512
MfRpcSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
444,744
MfSrvSs.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
2,337,096
mmhook.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
215,368
mmvd.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
141,640
PicaProvider.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
567,624
scardhook.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
844,576
seamls20.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
600,392
sehook20.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
22,344
SemsComHosting.dll (x32)
06/10/2013
13:09
17,800
SemsComLibrary.dll (x32)
06/10/2013
15:26
27,008
SemsComLibrary.tlb (x32)
06/10/2013
15:26
7,284
SemsComPluginTypes.dll (x32)
06/10/2013
13:09
12,168
SemsComPluginTypes.tlb (x32)
06/10/2013
15:27
3,956
SemsLibrary.dll (x32)
06/10/2013
13:09
125,320
SemsService.exe (x32)
06/10/2013
13:09
47,496
SessionsSS.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
719,176
Sfrhook.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
160,544
ShAppBarHook.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
17,736
sslsdk_b.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:09
932,224
twnhook.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:17
1,151,776
twnmux.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
227,656
VDARedirectorProxy.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
19,232
viphook.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
176,928
wfshell.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
338,248
wpnbr.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
248,136
wshadow.exe (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
207,176
xteConfg.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
53,576
zlc_api.dll (x32)
06/13/2013
14:18
123,680
auditlogUI.dll (x32\de)
06/13/2013
14:14
21,320
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\de)
06/06/2013
20:09
12,688
CPatchUI.dll (x32\de)
06/13/2013
14:19
13,744
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\de)
06/13/2013
14:16
17,224
MFEventUI.dll (x32\de)
06/13/2013
14:16
32,584
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\de)
06/13/2013
14:09
19,328
auditlogUI.dll (x32\en)
06/13/2013
14:14
20,296
CPatchUI.dll (x32\en)
06/13/2013
14:19
13,232
Error.idt (x32\en)
06/13/2013
14:20
35,673
MFEventUI.dll (x32\en)
06/13/2013
14:16
29,512
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\en)
06/13/2013
14:09
18,304
auditlogUI.dll (x32\es)
06/13/2013
14:14
22,344
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\es)
06/06/2013
20:09
12,688
CPatchUI.dll (x32\es)
06/13/2013
14:19
14,256
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\es)
06/13/2013
14:16
17,224
MFEventUI.dll (x32\es)
06/13/2013
14:16
32,584
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\es)
06/13/2013
14:09
18,816
auditlogUI.dll (x32\fr)
06/13/2013
14:14
22,344
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\fr)
06/06/2013
20:09
12,688
CPatchUI.dll (x32\fr)
06/13/2013
14:19
13,744
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\fr)
06/13/2013
14:16
17,224
MFEventUI.dll (x32\fr)
06/13/2013
14:17
32,584
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\fr)
06/13/2013
14:09
19,328
auditlogUI.dll (x32\ja)
06/13/2013
14:14
18,760
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\ja)
06/06/2013
20:09
12,688
CPatchUI.dll (x32\ja)
06/13/2013
14:19
11,696
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\ja)
06/13/2013
14:16
17,736
MFEventUI.dll (x32\ja)
06/13/2013
14:17
22,344
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\ja)
06/13/2013
14:09
14,720
auditlogUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
06/13/2013
14:14
17,736
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\zh-cn)
06/06/2013
20:09
12,176
CPatchUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
06/13/2013
14:19
11,184
MFEventUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
06/13/2013
14:17
18,760
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
06/13/2013
14:09
13,184
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (zh-cn)
06/13/2013
14:15
11,040
raveeventmessages.dll (zh-cn)
06/13/2013
14:17
13,088
 
File Name

MD5 Checksum

XA650W2K8R2X64R02.msp
87292E288C83D4841D5FE5B059891446
BUG0271147RegBackup.vbs
5966D89CFA563AA66C4E0536D67EFABE
BUG0286247RegRemove.vbs
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BUG0302042RegRemove.vbs
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BUG0377307RegBackup_picadmProps.vbs
83FE9BF583F33B9E60C929A69F89E3D5
ccticket64.dll
E5BA6C6A584CC2C1F295B2470DE17031
CitrixUpd.txt
229724BBF021E9C6CDB2959A2E355341
CitrixXps.txt
229724BBF021E9C6CDB2959A2E355341
CitrixXpsDrv-PipelineConfig.xml
9A27B8058E5C1B7487D481B46B760419
cmpapi64.dll
1899DCD96C03771D1A0DAB85369E47B1
cmpcom64.dll
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cmpemul64.dll
5EA430E93BABB76FFE76FDA152D8FD72
cmpmrvc64.dll
0124FC08EF0E56A1E44B3B6DCF47AD23
cmpvdo64.dll
8E446B2936F7D52502264D463B1615E8
complus_ca.dll
CBD89A5564148451BA85F53F48595A8D
CPatch.exe
5F54D216BFCDE19B94B6D4339DEA9182
Cpatchbackup_Files.vbs
0EB9234E7FF2ED9E72337FF26F46AE0E
CpatchRestore_Files.vbs
1608FD85D7D1DE5273FB809F3FA4C9B1
CpatchRestore_FilesPreInstall.vbs
7720C6E607A2C322E5634FEF42211323
cpmon.dll
5CEA60F33B840220D37985F9B6AE1A90
cpproc.dll
C5C830CCC6BDCF1FE8A2182089F3ACE7
cpprov.dll
28CA4EFF81FFE459A4F2E3F34BAF498E
CpSvc.exe
26481B4A8B2F94F4600F61112E4CDB9C
Cpupdrv.dll
439555A6AED4D33585B18FA5B562D15E
Cpupdui.dll
0CB9E5BB3F0CCA6E89CC7559E5911D30
Cpxpsupdui.dll
FF1130B4554FBC0B58B86D80D2F97EE9
CtxAudDmo64.dll
902A9074E03A107529F9A9B08B94B455
CtxAudioSvc.dll
49C51A95DAE15B5909CCA2CDD48ED62E
ctxauth.dll
D93AE241582F9B600DF4BE8D702EA791
ctxcpusched.exe
EBF982DE5C6974A80617A7868EF21E9D
CtxDSEndPoints64.dll
BD3D8FA84A0804404BD5C979D3A011B8
ctxdvcs.sys
3FF90E21315954F4A5FAC1C039996CE3
CtxHfLoader.dll
7C4182173F9A67809CC2D86AD52EA9EE
CtxKerbProvider.dll
E0B35881F341978732178A2EC2098A96
ctxLibWebSocket.dll
EBBA120F164FB8563A33A8DD4AA55FA7
CtxLocationApi64.dll
3BAD09DE13B84C8A20464EF0E64294F4
CtxMFEndPoints64.dll
D06A0EAC99EEE2E861957FC23D4D4C64
ctxpn.sys
6DC615771A0195271235E9E823CAC865
CtxPreLaunch.Exe
D75416F00BA798BFBBB186FDB96A1DF0
ctxprn64.dll
3C7B8D873DCC10DDCCE51DA8A424D4FD
CtxSensVcLibDll64.dll
9802324FFD96C022DEFB05B5C5A4AFB3
ctxsfosvc64.exe
D507677140B8819BBB191CD24D4C6FC1
CtxSmartCardSvc.dll
B26B0C55B4B169C3034B4240AAC51BD3
ctxsmcapi64.dll
6D92DED30BB48BAD1C2C75CFBF74B497
CtxUiMon.dll
A311B2E0F610CDF18F87321725BFA0F6
CtxWinlogonProv.dll
5FD57B1C14A20349DD07A59430AA28E5
ctxwsapi64.dll
1C123F06C2B3443BE2604ADEE55647BB
cupdres_de.dll
AFFBEC8BE9868EAAA7622497CC8E752A
cupdres_en.dll
B71A4A8CC080D0671BD315C94D83EB66
cupdres_es.dll
6B755F875987788AF051A784CD96D4E7
cupdres_fr.dll
2DBAA1E97243DDEBB9EC8D4E0BA081EE
cupdres_ja.dll
A1E86FF96C331DB7B21ECEAC3A109E04
cupdres_zh-CN.dll
4B4F00177036E245588B7D4B7C8A1C44
cutildll64.dll
0E6B03B6EF6D876B1698195E670288A4
DefaultCapabilities.xml
A71B63C0D4E12317BEC4768D704B684E
GvchCustomActions.dll
4B75B3CD46ABD4A82E49AABDABD8BFB7
HDXAudioMonitor64.dll
B9E7D4EC8DD5F69FAA1938B84360DCBC
HostMMTransport64.dll
5AB08F8756AE420CA806087E39A266F9
icatdpipe.sys
31F9FAABAC22BBE650DDB56810C50137
icatdwsk.sys
2E6A5CE26EB05FEA2D11BBDECE369546
ImaSystem64.dll
8014D450EEB482CE1BCF965036D929EE
ima_msi_ca.dll
DEAA6DB5B0C16F74A5451C17B16716BE
Interop.CitrixMobility.dll
A0E9C729CFCE116438F46E2355200B89
Ironcove_RunTime_Xml.xml
EE8B95B3EBB18DF48B54B7E72D71068E
LA2377.vbs
4156684B2EA023043067EA5609DF8EA7
MfAppSal64.dll
216770EBCFC150CCB05BB91F9525D93C
mf_mm_ca.dll
A9225A273854EE0D43C0B4DE3F58FABD
mmhook64.dll
7BD629E26DC4E80E26547DA7FC59BA7A
mod_cgp.so
3133C7318281A918357580A0778C5164
mod_winevent_log.so
B762B785CBCC4CBF5FEC7F8787C671DE
mod_ws.so
C50BD9ACD44EE255B02F718490B53629
MrVcSvc.dll
F3744E7BFD4B0A93442ADC616649E58E
msi50ca.dll
D98011CFEFFEB527BBE0C461E7167AAB
picadd.sys
15DA519C4540111DF01E45CBCCF48D36
picaddapi64.dll
13C6ABBCBF41E3B5D457F37EC43A5BE8
picadm.sys
C40E9DCABCED7AAEECA5E9381B636419
picapar.sys
A2DA8B05C935263D0C272411C46B7410
PicaProvider.dll
DCF26792A2C3E57594EA165EBB589762
picaser.sys
72BEEA858BC6E398DA63C56B2FF12055
picavc.sys
2CF878BB3050FA1789FF5BF5DCE9A2A4
RevSeamLauncher.exe
5DC8C45159AE951792106B18BBD16DA8
rpm.dll
7805C62256B595DC4778F4030E0834A1
scardhook64.dll
9A2AA58B7B3BEF66B59BC1CAFD1C1C3B
Sfrhook64.dll
BAAABDA3953050B335AD584AB22A1EFA
statui.dll
11588418077A56F879CA81851EF08C71
TaskbarGrpWin7.dll
2836EAFA5E7450D392CFF5FF52CDFF23
TouchOptimizedDesktop.exe
5CE595A824FF89D44A2A459768215DA9
twexport.sys
1BDE91B0B1A2C5807936A3DB384FAF5B
twi3.dll
379F90A1C482B3960760154336A1DA6A
upprn.dll
F931E16380B4C330E597C53247BCE827
VDAIEInterceptor.dll
B9296B8B5CFBE9A313AA9B01E79AF689
VDARedirector.exe
463CA3749B69FA5428BAEF20FB24C546
VDARedirectorProxy64.dll
247597FC628A8B6C2D368E5D8B56E55D
vdtw30.dll
975685F6F0E85172F96DF41D22D97823
viphook64.dll
3A13997DC4398525C1EFA050187F34BB
wdica.sys
35449E86E2EF48A31CF3BF4DFB69B885
wpnbr.dll
15C01A1F9BE18E5B24D088D64D9E5F75
zlc_api64.dll
949468D7CB263D62FF336635964A3A71
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (de)
FF0FB31BA9DC3250439E18B8DFE08377
raveeventmessages.dll (de)
CEB48C4BBCC6228559613A9B51167172
citrixupd.cat (driverfiles)
BBFA0A9DC81D40CA7FBE5577630047FD
CitrixUpd.inf (driverfiles)
03E5148A631CE104982AE52B7C67C9A2
ctxdvcs.cat (driverfiles)
6A12E8DAFEE84865B1D998740315B3EC
ctxdvcs.inf (driverfiles)
4BA9012DDBAA49927F19E164663E9B57
ctxpn.cat (driverfiles)
322ED5D06631F496624EB0687F458669
ctxpn.inf (driverfiles)
C4CF440D0591403C1C44F845CA326631
icatdpipe.cat (driverfiles)
7FFC213A3F9BE1DD08A939EEE4BDCED9
icatdpipe.inf (driverfiles)
40B7ED1CC92E35CD77D1F2D384892C35
icatdwsk.cat (driverfiles)
C2EC6A23B0DCCD93E04FAA1C0BC7D212
icatdwsk.inf (driverfiles)
77FFB1E4EFF1CFD0E523647CEF97ED78
picadd.cat (driverfiles)
08FEA5278B938B81DECC8360DE944F24
picadd.inf (driverfiles)
F9AA54129FCAEC6AA252F91E8A83819D
picadm.cat (driverfiles)
9E949504F38EF922588ECC51AB5258A0
picadm.inf (driverfiles)
6F1D2E894261C5291DEB56C35983A81C
picapar.cat (driverfiles)
BCE36847552365F234B34C2B51BF748E
picapar.inf (driverfiles)
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picaser.cat (driverfiles)
7658EC1B7E70DD1595BE95A98356B939
picaser.inf (driverfiles)
3721D97A32375E73029762B605914999
picavc.cat (driverfiles)
7F3B18053247C87B61E6D81291A78463
picavc.inf (driverfiles)
6A5E12398A3D9FC58B7007F487F2BCE8
twexport.cat (driverfiles)
9D522B57A9745673A08081ED95C90A74
twexport.inf (driverfiles)
FB799BE46869625D54F71BCC0EB89BA8
wdica.cat (driverfiles)
BDACDF959804C0D2101DA2755055AB4F
wdica.inf (driverfiles)
7B7887E5621AB6532A0901CDF53AB519
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (en)
56DA3A49402BC9C258697B0AF3153E11
raveeventmessages.dll (en)
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RaveEventMessagesman64.man (en)
5256F15C4406C386DF8B8DE82B1AE49C
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (es)
165B325E08E094EB3D209EABFEEA458E
raveeventmessages.dll (es)
281A6761E7E69F17DB28255B25CEC984
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (fr)
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raveeventmessages.dll (fr)
03FD2F391AC8C4ED9D243C3BDBF53553
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (ja)
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raveeventmessages.dll (ja)
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0000040c.kbd (x32)
C6D98FD996D8D7F82705C0A662773B5A
00000813.kbd (x32)
34A650C89137C3D3A437EC5D2520298F
00000816.kbd (x32)
9C1B66785E55F5B4939E997A11FE9CB0
auditlog.exe (x32)
3261F2D461022C3F5344F9727919879E
ccticket.dll (x32)
3C2B09E72175D917FD0AC6C2F92DAB43
Citrix.IconConverter.dll (x32)
4130D231B70761B5F17E5434226C1512
CitrixLogServer.dll (x32)
BEF22E79344DD0316EC15C74C5D5A41C
CitrixLogServer.tlb (x32)
359C9A94B2DCC29A78E336F4ADA10B1D
cmpapi.dll (x32)
267E6BEBF7EAE21BCCC961B55D55EC25
cmpcom.dll (x32)
46A5B97B8D78DFABCC1D6EE3597478EC
cmpemul.dll (x32)
C28776B3621BED6470D69193EBBA3BB6
cmpmrvc.dll (x32)
142318F9F66C23C1549883DA8D5ECCA3
cmpvdo.dll (x32)
1904EBB38423B153743C6A5144AF83CB
ComPlugin.dll (x32)
1AA2070D40A3FCA4CC11762578A4A346
CtxAudDmo.dll (x32)
B0DE0F7CBEF3D463CDEF1DEFBCF703A9
CtxDSEndPoints.dll (x32)
9EB2735E9457C613E57F58682D0BA0F8
ctxhide.exe (x32)
333E8FE2E5ACF08AC51DE43C16BF5365
CtxLocationApi.dll (x32)
D71080922E97E22982949DA4A324E466
CtxMFEndPoints.dll (x32)
637BAF0CC672F9063DC7FBA534C4A1BD
ctxprn.dll (x32)
BA11DDCF4D4A72BA5ECEB53F650DEF02
ctxrdpctls.dll (x32)
613EFC385054F54F86BA26F4DDEA5E8F
CtxSensVcLibDll.dll (x32)
60565DAEE0BB4AA169833044D2DB82CC
CtxSensVcSvc.dll (x32)
CA6F418184342F2F955A0AE7473B82BD
ctxsfosvc.exe (x32)
693F6F97834B2DE160D4A471801B7D31
CtxSmartCardSvc.dll (x32)
A4BBF33229AF1DA9EDF72C213716FB4A
ctxsmcapi.dll (x32)
E8A3177129866C98E8C9F463BF9C86F8
CtxWMI.dll (x32)
1B4F1D3541DD1A7A10D3D998BAE34D6C
ctxwsapi.dll (x32)
D6354FD0FB076950A5D53F2C0D988B74
ctxxmlss.exe (x32)
ECCF531CEBD7E8F5D6C3C158F2878A6B
cutildll.dll (x32)
045402E63BD4AE90057CEE220BA2FE5C
dscheck.exe (x32)
ABCCA2CB569BAC8DC00C50A4A0FF271E
EndUserMonitoringPolicies.dll (x32)
3CF96A7D5F06AB490DDC86FAE008CE8F
euem_app.dll (x32)
6C54FE1CA4C3AC3D0AA264C00A667633
exceldll.dll (x32)
852AA81D93A59BFD063F6C33DDF62EE8
HCA.Action.dll (x32)
19CE8DC10BC8EC69286468BFACF70CBC
HCA.Configuration.dll (x32)
73C238D0BDF602E6695F53326BFD139A
HCA.Core.dll (x32)
F1A41F40426CBE635AEAF52C22D3F151
HCA.Reporting.dll (x32)
21CA152CF1465CCE479A3A0EE8FB16E3
HCA.Test.dll (x32)
042AA7D6EE6100DC201F450205886B82
HCAService.exe (x32)
19249DCB26A70B1CB77931E4C41C1EA4
HDXAudioMonitor.dll (x32)
6104A8EA16B420693A84101E6630B19D
HdxRTTheora.dll (x32)
3BAA73DA7DF67E500F706BB2A1651602
HostMMTransport.dll (x32)
D9314323ABA4FB48B061E01B1EAEDAC4
icactls.dll (x32)
D77D084C4A106E0D932948EB9CD88810
ICAListener.exe (x32)
9581B472E49E48294095360A56C0BADD
IconConverterMixed.dll (x32)
F6B7847BCA2C928EA345DD6A8CFFFA3D
iexplore.exe (x32)
0947BB2F18ED7E1D568F38FB76ED1154
ImaAction.dll (x32)
865DE7F3BF12D05A886D794076E42028
ImaAdminSs.dll (x32)
BDA90B80B64C668A7E74E456BD57A83A
ImaAdvanceSrv.exe (x32)
784B1221579F8700E8BD10ED171D49D6
ImaAppSs.dll (x32)
FB6F638C7E9272D2DDD88E13C4CF1974
ImaDomain.dll (x32)
6D54C3442A597ED0BCEE9F313471170D
ImaObjectPermissions.dll (x32)
B9E57A21DC6FEA11AC24B0F6A615772D
ImaOracle.dll (x32)
CB5884FECD5ACC9C6F675525E39F791A
ImaPolicySs.dll (x32)
8C6C1427DEF4D0DD459830BB43972A86
ImaRaSs.dll (x32)
D88C76A2A408FF82F0DE4373F4D25A55
ImaRuntimeSs.dll (x32)
EBDEC90C799D8CD0F58CDE07C1646369
ImaShimProductAdapter.dll (x32)
16940E75DB367B4DD767D078E4229226
ImaSrv.exe (x32)
B06F861439CB2847B9EE3BECD7F5F642
ImaSrvSs.dll (x32)
51B02B888E0D2F8EBD054B0B226E59C9
ImaSystem.dll (x32)
F8012E8F7B4BEFF9D8864773E1DF661F
ImaWorkerGroupSs.dll (x32)
571598A8C11C4FE1EBAE700FFE35C84B
libhttpd.dll (x32)
7CB6F2688F08E247B7A071BE4C831FBD
LmsSS.dll (x32)
E01E06BEF59A6A61A57C86F58044BEB9
LogonMonitor.dll (x32)
4D555B445DBB3ECA0B015896AD6CA28E
MfAppSal.dll (x32)
B9B3AA301213DDBDE06DCC42E509B3C6
MfAppSs.dll (x32)
B9B558DF8425B35D64690D5876DFCA0F
mfcomsrv.dll (x32)
FFDCF1E1919B0B37BA18192F7419A89A
MFEvent.dll (x32)
B94E8028F583FBF03B3C706D1C860D2A
MfRpcSs.dll (x32)
B7151328264F0ADAB6D0D3CA28F47175
MfSrvSs.dll (x32)
AE897E0AD6251333FDC939F9123E51E8
mmhook.dll (x32)
3CEBBD13050C285BA51822F1CD7142FE
mmvd.dll (x32)
B3C3E7C7DDF551228A49AA334072163A
PicaProvider.dll (x32)
68CAAA4481CA1B3680A0E0DFB4284C44
scardhook.dll (x32)
443426E171F13547A869D98F835D4A8A
seamls20.dll (x32)
4DB0C2C16DEAFC60CB2A834C95310B1F
sehook20.dll (x32)
607CA7063BBD0057B815444954C835B3
SemsComHosting.dll (x32)
26849933786354B5A0F2D5976FD557CA
SemsComLibrary.dll (x32)
396946739590313A4FD0DC23F4A2DC05
SemsComLibrary.tlb (x32)
5E53606B6967B16B12A018832FF74AB1
SemsComPluginTypes.dll (x32)
4EB28CC698F53B034665F912440A39DF
SemsComPluginTypes.tlb (x32)
F863A086D80210CDF7C4FE5D9EC2EBBF
SemsLibrary.dll (x32)
C4454F3897F582C4C86F1E66630AF7F4
SemsService.exe (x32)
2611C2B7C8CAD559B0C57B249F53543E
SessionsSS.dll (x32)
B03B09EB3F4FED9A36AF110697386A3B
Sfrhook.dll (x32)
9B4FC4B4C5749C2A9A8147177AE59629
ShAppBarHook.dll (x32)
5CCFB2BE771FC0AF91CCD1E2047C367E
sslsdk_b.dll (x32)
34DAB9690F32D605843DF369FDABD5D0
twnhook.dll (x32)
5B828B6490126C67EEA9C5C2BD9FF55C
twnmux.dll (x32)
7E586D2578700F0DB00880D504C36109
VDARedirectorProxy.dll (x32)
38F351DF619CF3251C917CCE35438FD7
viphook.dll (x32)
3569BFC6EB136C0294F07BCAECA4E16F
wfshell.exe (x32)
A171485C0356D432C4FCFFEBE76AF658
wpnbr.dll (x32)
7484270E7900FEBA3125E09DCD921CC2
wshadow.exe (x32)
3D0BC66208FED47715AF0ECA7E5E6C99
xteConfg.dll (x32)
25E7712DC61A7667649DC883D97F37FE
zlc_api.dll (x32)
D4B385459617073ACFD05EA9985AC551
auditlogUI.dll (x32\de)
53B43E221AFE0872465AA8FE29B52C9E
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\de)
701E18354F4EEE61448AEC03BCB46BB9
CPatchUI.dll (x32\de)
D8E69D6496953CC7556EC7272930A0DD
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\de)
7C24FA4906838C7F0917DA36FE65B5C7
MFEventUI.dll (x32\de)
7430D37711A3F590B6F4B38642300B90
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\de)
02FE6F1CF6FF6094DA23550079C6627E
auditlogUI.dll (x32\en)
B904825465DF029B0956453C355AE3C3
CPatchUI.dll (x32\en)
8C89F045820D5E7B99DBBE025445C739
Error.idt (x32\en)
8370B4898257DD82C2D81D3EF1BE893E
MFEventUI.dll (x32\en)
5FAE2A4FBCC3C89C243F5CA86545ED01
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\en)
6EC0DA465BB2DDCBA2028DA982E7DF4C
auditlogUI.dll (x32\es)
7F87B3B4BF04D2E0DD701273EED27CDD
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\es)
FFD9C4A976081C7E62D5D69B6DABAB6B
CPatchUI.dll (x32\es)
DFC5343D39F825890F23F10CFD3509DB
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\es)
8C5BE12F4A713126C3928DDB5499BA31
MFEventUI.dll (x32\es)
F665BDC126D24F58DD5CD9EF3195E3AA
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\es)
6978AF8205CA23B0E511BE0E58B10C2F
auditlogUI.dll (x32\fr)
5AE740C37D6B05BAF5464D086A6DC075
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\fr)
3AE77B662E77A1A81E7E7D1A89CC5060
CPatchUI.dll (x32\fr)
F5428C37379DA6104B594373C1A84BB5
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\fr)
F5A769EE0C3998921D76A5CB3FD7C065
MFEventUI.dll (x32\fr)
038C1A990EC03A339ED7C26A3C52E970
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\fr)
928DF6A5F0F2100B4D0CA0B8ADB85EF3
auditlogUI.dll (x32\ja)
E5E71B085A6209A77D402AC973B60E1B
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\ja)
9DFA177A2DC6B420B3E4CAA0C42BC640
CPatchUI.dll (x32\ja)
38DCEB26C12D1349CA3B2F50A1E2AD1E
HCA.Reporting.resources.dll (x32\ja)
C49836A0A16A1341580E770F93FC4E01
MFEventUI.dll (x32\ja)
AB4A4DE72D9904F5E3DAFA9CF4BE9F47
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\ja)
5D56F5D61159297C738BA7B7C929A747
auditlogUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
607B6E9587BF794070D5E2EE8463E515
Citrix.IconConverter.resources.dll (x32\zh-cn)
01838B52A8581EDE6BC81476CCB450AD
CPatchUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
1B8BBF8C8E56990AF60796073D2C3F07
MFEventUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
35FBAEB4E2AE1A24CF1AA804399DFEA4
sslsdkUI.dll (x32\zh-cn)
4745072119B3D37091DB833810EB5D75
ctxSensEvt64UI.dll (zh-cn)
E6E8299FD39A0FAE644A5FD8B3B82BED
raveeventmessages.dll (zh-cn)
C0DB893E09286C706389B302163477A3

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