Citrix simulates a Windows environment on the user’s screen using so-called Citrix sessions. As a user, you send keystrokes and mouse clicks to the server, after which you receive screen information back from the server. Citrix is in fact a terminal system (such as MS or Remote Desktop) and all data is therefore only on the server. The first time you use Citrix, you install a local ICA client on your PC, after which you can use the Windows applications you need for your work anytime, anywhere.

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