If a new Receiver version is released and you want to offer it to users via Receiver for web you can follow the below tips on replacing the old Receiver with new. (Lets face it, there are frequent updates to the Receiver client so it is possible you’ll want to do this).
This is a task you will have likely carried out, on a regular basis during your day to day Citrix farm administration. You have Citrix VDA machines that you need to put in maintenance mod. Maybe it’s one machine, maybe it’s a dozen. The reasons can be to carry out maintenance, or upgrades. Whatever the reason, yes you can do it via Studio, but what about PowerShell?
With the default installation of XenApp/Desktop 7.5+ by default, users cannot change their own passwords via Receiver for Web.
The StoreFront console provides an administrator with three options for managing passwords;
1. Never (enabled by default)
2. When expired (users will only be prompted when their password has expired)
3. At any time (users can freely change their password at any time)