Issue printing PDFs on Citrix. And no issues encountered when using Adobe Reader outside of Citrix. Are the printers redirected or installed on the server.
Citrix XenApp & XenDesktop This document describes how to deploy Acrobat products on a Citrix server for streaming to Windows machines. It provides details about product setup on the Citrix XenApp Server and some details about the older Citrix Presentation Server. Since there are many ways to configure Acrobat products and Citrix servers, these instructions are intended as basic examples. Administrators may need to tailor these instructions to meet the requirements of their own environment. Application virtualization Session virtualization where installed applications are streamed to clients is supported. Application virtualization where a Streamed Profile package is delivered either to the XenApp Server or the end users computer is not. While Citrix XenApp supports both session virtualization and application virtualization, only the former where the application is hosted on a server is well tested.
While streaming is unsupported, some forum users have figured out how to create a package and stream it to clients. Note Note: While testing for this release occurred with 7.9, intermediate Citrix versions are supported. • May 10, 2016 update: Citrix XenDesktop 7.6 and the latest HotFixes with Win 7x64 bit and Win 8 64-bit (pooled non persistent VMs). • October 13, 2015 update: Citrix XenApp 7.6 with Win 2012 Server Standard edition 64-bit. • Citrix XenApp 7.1 and the latest XenApp Hotfixes with Win 2012 Server Standard edition 64-bit. • Citrix XenApp 6.5 and the latest XenApp HotFixes with Win 2008 R2 Server Enterprise edition 64-bit. Tested environments Because there is an unlimited number of possible execution environments, Adobe confines its testing to common scenarios.
For Citrix deployments, the environments used for testing were as follows: • A user account was set up using Active Directory domain user group. The Anonymous User profile was not tested. • The user account was set up on the server as non-privileged accounts. The user can operate the computer and save documents, but they cannot install programs or make changes to the system files or settings. • The server machine was running typical enterprise software. For example, testing scenarios often include installing the latest versions of Microsoft Office Professional, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Visio Professional Version, Microsoft Office Publisher, Microsoft Office Project Professional, Lotus Notes, and McAfee VirusScan Enterprise. Known Citrix limitations The following are known issues for Acrobat products and Citrix clients: • Pre 10.1: Product versions prior to 10.1 do not support Protected Mode with Citrix.
Administrators should disable and lock Protected Mode. Protected Mode and Protected View are both supported with 10.1 and later on Citrix and Windows Terminal Server deployments. • All versions: Acrobat Standard and Reader users can run repair from the help menu on Vista and above.
Even users who don’t have access to the Acrobat application may be able to use Acrobat PDFMaker and Adobe PDF Printer. Named user deployment In additional to traditional, serialized licensing, DC products provide the option for admins to use named-user deployments and thereby leverage existing enterprise and federated IDs. The Adobe Admin Console provides a central location for managing your Adobe entitlements, including specific users and groups, across your entire organization. It also provides other tools for managing software, users, and devices and supports license management for all Adobe products. For more information, see: •: Manage your licenses and users from the Admin Console.