Self-Service user interface with MultiStore option

The Citrix Self-Service user interface with extensions can also be used with a different option allowing to provide users with a range of predefined stores.The users can then select one of the provided stores to connect to when they log on.

Defining Citrix Self-Service UI with extensions and MultiStore option

– Steps for eLux RP 5 / for eLux RP 6.2 and later versions, see Citrix Self-Service in kiosk mode (< eLux RP 6 2212)

Note

The eLux package Citrix Workspace-App for Linux must be installed on the devices.
The eLux package Citrix Extensions 2.x or later and the included feature package Self-service wrapper must be installed on the devices.

For modifications on the Citrix dialog design, further feature packages must be installed on the devices:
Dialog Extension and Self-service dialog themes

This may require modifications of the image definition file on the web server via ELIAS.

  1. Add a new application (see Adding applications) and select the application type Local.

  2. Edit the following fields:

    Option Description
    Name Name for the application
    Local application Select Custom.
    Parameter
    (mandatory)
    Enter the following program name to start the application:
    ucselfservice
    Free parameters Configure access to the stores you want the users to choose from.Use the Defining free application parameters as shown below:

    Stores=<number of store entries>

    Store1=<store display name>,<store url>

    Store2=<store display name>,<store url>

    ...

    Domains=<number of domain entries>

    Domain1=<domain display name>,<domain>

    Domain2=<domain display name>,<domain>

    ...

    ShowLastUser=<0|1>

    Note: You can predefine multiple stores and multiple domains using the format shown above.

  3. Optionally, define further parameters and values for window properties and connection options. For further information, see Parameters for the Self-Service extension (ucselfservice).
  4. Confirm with Apply and OK.

  5. To change the design of the Citrix dialogs for all Citrix connections, use the Scout feature Advanced file entries.For further information, see Parameters for the Self-Service extension (ucselfservice).