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    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







    Conversant Group
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    About Carl Webster

    Webster is a Sr. Infrastructure Consultant for Conversant Group and specializes in Citrix, Active Directory and Technical Documentation. Webster has been working with Citrix products for many years starting with Multi-User OS/2 in 1990.

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