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Receiver asking for logon information after .msi install

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Citrix Merchandising Server 2.0 (CMS) was released in the end of August and the most important feature is Anonymous Deliveries. Installing Citrix Receiver with a system token enables Receiver to fully configure plug-ins without users needing to authenticate with Merchandising Server. I have now tested this feature with SCCM and it works great, no more double logon prompts.

First of all you’ll need to upgrade CMS to 2.0 and then create a token. I use the following script to do an unattended installation of Citrix Receiver with my custom token value. Just copy and paste your token value into the script.

[sourcecode language=”plain”]

@echo off
REM Install Citrix Receiver 1.2
REM ScriptFrameWork by Joe Shonk – www.theshonkproject.com
REM Customized by Trond Eirik Haavarstein – www.xenappblog.com

pushd %~dp0
cd ..

set AppSourcePath=Source
set AppConfigPath=Configuration
set AppInstallPath=Scripts
set AppHotfixesPath=Hotfixes

set LogFile="%temp%Citrix Receiver 1.2.log"
set Switches=/qn ALLUSERS=1 REBOOT="ReallySuppress"
set SwitchesCTX=SERVER_LOCATION=https://CMS_SERVER/appliance/services/applianceService
 VERBOSE=true AUTOUPDATE=true TOKEN=

cls
echo.
echo Installing Citrix Receiver 1.2
echo.

cd %AppSourcePath%
start /wait msiexec /i "Receiver.msi" %SwitchesCTX% %Switches% /liewa %LOGFILE%

popd
endlocal[/sourcecode]

3 Responses to Receiver asking for logon information after .msi install

  1. J. Hoffmann says:

    Great! Searched for the receiver packaging tool lately, but your script does the trick I was looking for. Many thanks!

  2. viv says:

    How can we do this for the new Citrix Receiver 3.2 Enterprise. I do not see any msi

    can yu please update this

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