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""Universal Citrix Workspace App is a new Citrix Workspace App client build on the Universal Windows Platform. With that single Citrix Workspace App package available in the Windows Store, we can reach a variety of users using Windows 10 PCs, tablets, phones, Surface Hub and even LoT devices like the Raspberry Pi
It is available via the Windows Store."
I installed this version, and everything seems fine. Unity games work correctly, and Citrix still works as expected.
Of course, as with all these things, YMMV..
I dont have any issues getting the game installed when I have Citrix workspace installed. But I can definitely not run the game at all.
Guess I try Citrix Workspace from Windows app store if that works too without causing issues with Unity as I do need Citrix Workspace for work.
This is a goldmine thread... because it is incredible hard to find this solution when you encounter that unity issue...
I noticed in the Output.log that the GFX noticed a crash, so I updated drivers etc but nothing helped. To find out it was this particular application causing the issue is NOT easy to find.
I don't understand a whole thing about computer or else, can someone help me ! please !
(If a person read this comment)
Example, If I saved it to my Downloads\Citrix folder (Windows). Then run the command prompt, it probably would look something like:
To navigate to the folder containing "CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe", I would then type:
cd downloads (then hit enter)
cd citrix (then hit enter)
then hit the enter key. The prompt would now look something like:
I would then type the instructions from the link above. you can navigate up a directory by typing:
You can get the contents of the current directory by typing:
They key thing here is that the command prompt must be in the directory that contains the "CitrixWorkspaceApp.exe". There are easier ways of navigating from the command line but they are harder to explain. I hope this helps.
Just on the step write "cd citrix" the "The specified path was not found", I may have missed something but don't work... please I want to play at Broforce for a month ago xD
Also, Unity fixed this issue sometime in the late 2018.xx.xxx / early 2019.xx.xxx engine versions but games that haven't updated will still have this problem. I recently updated my Citrix to 1911 and tested a few things and can confirm that Unity version 5.6 to 2018.?? still have the issue. The "Citrix Indirect Display Adapter" still does not define "SUBSYS_" in it's hardware ID. Which is the offensive part to older Unity games.
So... Before reading beyond this, I must say that the steps below worked on MY COMPUTER. It may totally fry yours, stop it from working at all, and/or open a black hole. DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME KIDS!
After installing Citrix Workspace 1911, I opened the Win 10 Device Manager. I then expanded the "Display Adapters" node and selected "Citrix Indirect display adapter." Then I right-click on it and selected "Uninstall device." After doing so, the older games I had started to work again. Citrix seems to work as expected as well. I then restarted my PC and ran the older games, then used Citrix and everything seems fine.
Alternately, you can simply disable the device. That way, if you need it later on for whatever reason, you'll still have access to it without reinstalling Citrix Workspace.
That did not work for me unfortunately.
Ah. Sorry about that. I wonder why it works for me. It's funny... I feel like I could live to be 100 and still never fully understand why Windows acts the way that does sometimes. :)