How to Install Citrix on a Mac

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Citrix MetaFrame version 4.1 enables users to run applications they use at work from any computer connected to the Citrix Server. When users run applications on the Citrix Server, their application screenshots are sent to their computers, while their keyboard and mouse movements are captured and sent to the server. This application provides real-time access that allows users to run applications as quickly as they could if they were at work. Citrix MetaFrame enables multiple users to run multiple applications concurrently.

  • Download the Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server Macintosh client.

  • Open the Citrix Mac Client folder from the desktop. Double-click "Citrix ICA Client" to open the Citrix ICA Client folder.

  • Double-click "Installer." Select "Continue," and then click "Yes." The Citrix ICA Client installation screen appears.

  • Click "Select Folder" at the bottom of the screen. A new screen appears. Click "Desktop" on the right side of the screen.

  • Double-click your hard drive icon from the list of folders, and then double-click "Applications" to open the Applications folder. Select "New." A new screen appears, prompting you to name your new folder.

  • Name the new folder "Citrix ICA Client" and click "Create." Choose "Select Citrix ICA Client" and click "Install." The installation runs and, when completed, a dialog appears to let you know that the installation was successful.

  • Click "Quit" and close the Citrix ICA Client folder. Leave the Citrix Mac Client folder open.

  • Double-click the hard drive icon, and then double-click "Applications" to open the Applications folder.

  • Locate and open the newly created Citrix ICA Client folder. Locate the Citrix Mac Client folder from the desktop. Click and drag the files "Banner Live," "Banner Practice" and "Change Netwk Pswds" to the Citrix ICA Client folder.

  • Close the Citrix Mac Client folder and drag it to the "Trash" folder, leaving the Citrix ICA Client folder intact.

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