• Group Policy Default Settings for Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops That Changed Between 1912 and 2003

    Computer Multi-session Settings:

    • Added: Enable multi-session write-back for FSLogix Profile Container – Disabled.
    • Added: Multi-Stream virtual channel stream assignment.
      • The default stream assignments are the following:
        • Audio: 0
        • End User Experience Monitoring: 1
        • ICA Control: 1
        • Input Method Editor: 1
        • License Management: 1
        • Microsoft Teams/WebRTC Redirection: 1
        • Mobile Receiver: 1
        • MultiTouch: 1
        • Seamless (Transparent Windows Integration): 1
        • Sensor and Location: 1
        • Smart Card: 1
        • Thinwire Graphics: 1
        • App Flow: 2
        • Browser Content Redirection: 2
        • Client Drive Mapping: 2
        • Clipboard: 2
        • File Transfer (HTML5): 2
        • Generic Data Transfer: 2
        • Port Forwarding: 2
        • Remote Audio and Video Extensions (RAVE): 2
        • Transparent UI Integration/Logon Status: 2
        • TWAIN Redirection: 2
        • USB: 2
        • Zero Latency Font and Keyboard: 2
        • Zero Latency Data Channel: 2
        • Client COM Port Mapping: 3
        • Client Printer Mapping: 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (COM1): 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (COM2): 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (LPT1): 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (LPT2): 3

    Computer Single-session Settings:

    • Added: Enable multi-session write-back for FSLogix Profile Container – Disabled.
    • Removed: Framehawk display channel port range.
    • Removed: Image caching.
    • Added: Multi-Stream virtual channel stream assignment.
      • The default stream assignments are the following:
        • Audio: 0
        • End User Experience Monitoring: 1
        • ICA Control: 1
        • Input Method Editor: 1
        • License Management: 1
        • Microsoft Teams/WebRTC Redirection: 1
        • Mobile Receiver: 1
        • MultiTouch: 1
        • Seamless (Transparent Windows Integration): 1
        • Sensor and Location: 1
        • Smart Card: 1
        • Thinwire Graphics: 1
        • App Flow: 2
        • Browser Content Redirection: 2
        • Client Drive Mapping: 2
        • Clipboard: 2
        • File Transfer (HTML5): 2
        • Generic Data Transfer: 2
        • Port Forwarding: 2
        • Remote Audio and Video Extensions (RAVE): 2
        • Transparent UI Integration/Logon Status: 2
        • TWAIN Redirection: 2
        • USB: 2
        • Zero Latency Font and Keyboard: 2
        • Zero Latency Data Channel: 2
        • Client COM Port Mapping: 3
        • Client Printer Mapping: 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (COM1): 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (COM2): 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (LPT1): 3
        • Legacy Client Printer Mapping (LPT2): 3
    • Changed: User Layer Size in GiB with a default of 0 that meant 10GiB. Is now:
      • User Layer Size in GB with a default of 10 which means 10GB.

    User Multi-session Settings:

    • Added: Loss Tolerant Mode – Allowed.
    • Added: Loss Tolerant Mode Threshold.
      • The default thresholds are as follows:
        • Packet Loss Threshold: 5 %
        • Latency Threshold: 300 ms rtt

    User Single-session Settings:

    • Removed: Display lossless indicator.
    • Removed: Heavyweight compression.
    • Added: Loss Tolerant Mode – Allowed.
    • Added: Loss Tolerant Mode Threshold.
      • The default thresholds are as follows:
        • Packet Loss Threshold: 5 %
        • Latency Threshold: 300 ms rtt

    Thanks

    Webster







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    Carl Webster is an independent consultant specializing in Citrix, Active Directory, and technical documentation. Carl (aka “Webster”) serves the broader Citrix community by writing articles (see CarlWebster.com) and by being the most active person in the Citrix Zone on Experts Exchange. Webster has a long history in the IT industry beginning with mainframes in 1977, PCs and application development in 1986, and network engineering in 2001. He has worked with Citrix products since 1990 with the premiere of their first product – the MULTIUSER OS/2.

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