Citrix Receiver für Windows 3.4 Cumulative Update 5

Heute ist ein weiteres Update für den geliebten letzten Receiver der Generation 13 erschienen. Das Cumulative Update 5 für Receiver 3.4. Oder auch in der schönen schreib weise: 13.4.500.4. Den Download findet ihr unter:
LIMITED RELEASE – Citrix Receiver for Windows 3.4 Cumulative Update 5 – English

Falls jemand keinen Zugriff auf diesen Limited Fix hat, hier zumindest der Changelog, damit ihr entscheiden könnt, ob ihr ihn eigentlich braucht.

HDX MediaStream

  1. When browsing web sites with Flash content, the URL’s are added to the dynamic blacklist while using Version 18 of Adobe Flash Player.

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC3070]

HDX MediaStream Windows Media Redirection

  1. Pressing Replay or dragging Windows Media Player off the screen and then back on the screen causes a black rectangle to appear.

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC0635]


  1. When Receiver for Windows 3.x and the HP P1102w USB Printer is installed on the user device, when users select File > Print, the print job appears, starts spooling and then disappears. Also, the hard copy does not print. This occurs when the following policies are enabled on the user device:
    • “Auto-create client printers” set to “Auto-create all client printers”
    • “Client-redirected printers” set to “Allowed”
    • “Universal print driver usage” set to “Use universal printing only”

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LA5008]

Server/Farm Administration

  1. If a user device is connected to a VDA and if “USB Root Hub” setting is disabled on the user device , the setting cannot be enabled again and the following error message appears in the property of “USB Root Hub”:

    “Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware because a previous instance of the device driver is still in memory. (Code 38)”

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC0367]

  2. When a certificate is created, renewed, or updated on Merchandising Server, the following dialog box appears repeatedly for Receiver for Windows 3.4:

    “Certificate Trust Issue
    The Citrix Receiver server [servername] has changed its security certificate from the one you have been using previously. Are you prepared to trust the following certificate? If in doubt, consult your help desk.”

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC1622]


  1. When importing the Client Selective Trust registry key file as described in Knowledge Center article CTX133565 and configuring trusted zones, if the Desktop Viewer is enabled in the Web Interface or in StoreFront, the registry key might not work. If the Web Interface or StoreFront URL is configured as a trusted zone in the browser, a file security prompt incorrectly appears when accessing the Client Drive Mapping (CDM) directory.

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC0904]

  2. The Receiver for Windows might stop sending network packets because of a program deadlock. As a result, the following can occur:
    • The session might not be established.
    • The Citrix HDX Engine might become unresponsive if the desktop screen resolution changes.

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC2105]

User Experience

  1. Attempts to move a seamless application window from the local Windows taskbar location can fail if the taskbar is set to “Auto-hide.”

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC0561]

  2. Occasionally, screen updates can be slow because of low bandwidth.

    [From RcvrforWin3.4_13.4.500][#LC2416]

Author: Marco

Marco is an IT-System administrator and IT-Consultant with 10+ years experience. He is specialized in the delivery of virtual Apps and Desktops with Citrix solutions. In 2017 he has been awarded Citrix Technology Advocate by Citrix for his community work (#CTA). His second core area is availability & performance monitoring with Zabbix, a leading open-source solution. His employer is the German IT-Company ANAXCO, which is developing a Transport Management Software (TMS) based on Microsoft Dynamics AX. More about Marco

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