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Dec 28, 2017 I recently upgraded to High Sierra. After the upgrade, Citrix Receiver would not function properly, so I upgraded to the latest Citrix Receiver update that was supposed to be compatible with High Sierra. Now I get the following error: 'The remote SSL peer sent a handshake error'. So after I installed PB1 of Mojave, The Citrix Receiver plugin stopped working when I accessed my work Citrix portal. When I went to preferences for Safari, under Extensions, the lower half where the plug-in option usually lives is gone. This video will walk you through installing and configuring Citrix Receiver to work with your NorthStar network account on a Mac OS X machine If you have a recommendation for a future training.
|You may need to change your Kerberos password|
To use Citrix, your Kerberos password cannot be more than three years old. If your password exceeds this age limit, you need to change your Kerberos password
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Uninstall previous Citrix versions
- Drag Applications > Citrix ICA Client folder into the trash.
- Drag userhome > Library > Preferences > Citrix ICA Client into the trash.
- Check if the following folder exists: Macintosh HD > Library > Preferences > Citrix ICA Client.
If it exists, move it to the Trash.
Install Citrix Receiver Client for Mac
- Download the Citrix Receiver client for Mac, available from the; Citrix Receiver and click Download. Note: this will take you to Citrix's website to download the latest installer.
- When prompted, choose to Save the installer. Depending on your browser settings, the file may download without showing you this dialog box.
- On a Mac computer, the .dmg file appears in the Mac Downloads folder. Click the folder and then select the CitrixReceiverWeb.dmg file. When prompted, click Install Citrix Receiver.
- Follow the instructions provided by the Receiver Installer.
- Once installed, continue with Using Citrix to access applications from your Mac.
Using Citrix to access applications from your Mac
- Navigate in your web browser, with certificates, to http://citrixapps.mit.edu.
With the Citrix Receiver client successfully installed, you should see the Citrix StoreFront logon prompt.
- Enter your Kerberos username (portion of your MIT email address before the @mit.edu).
- Enter your Kerberos password (password used to check your MIT email).
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Result: Applications available from the MIT Citrix servers are displayed.
NOTE: If you see a prompt to Download the Citrix Receiver client, but it's already installed, choose Already Installed from the links on the right.
- Click the icon for your selected application.
Note for off-campus users
To access applications via Citrix from off-campus locations or from a private subnet, you will need to connect to the MIT VPN (Virtual Private Network) before connecting to Citrix.
See: VPN at MIT
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IS&T has upgraded its Citrix servers. The new servers are available at http://citrixapps.mit.edu, and the updated Citrix Receiver is needed.
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Instructions for installing the Citrix Receiver client, and access BrioQuery via http://citrixapps.mit.edu are available at:http://kb.mit.edu/confluence/x/WoBRC
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Please note that the new servers do not allow for stored launch.ica files. You'll need to access the applications by navigating to http://citrixapps.mit.edu.
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Off campus users will need to first connect to the MIT VPN. More information about the MIT VPN is available at:http://ist.mit.edu/vpn
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I hope this helps to clarify. Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any additional questions. Would you also please let us know if this resolves the issue for you?