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How to Enable or Disable Hotkeys within an ICA file (including Template.ica)


The procedure below allows for the default ICA Client hotkeys to be mapped within Web Interface. If any keys affect your application, alter them to reflect a key that does not conflict with your application. This process alleviates the need to alter each appsrv.ini file on the individual client workstation.


The Citrix Web Client, 6.x versions (985, 986, and 1050), do not have the code to read from the client installed Appsrv.ini or an .ICA file. Download and use the latest ICA client.


1. Using a text editor such as Notepad, locate the Template.ica file, or if using Web Interface 4.x or later, the default.ica file being used for the Web Interface site.


2. Copy the ICA parameters below into the Template.ica or default.ica file. Place this code after the [WFCLIENT] tag:



Hotkey1Char=F1
Hotkey1Shift=Shift
Hotkey2Char=F3
Hotkey2Shift=Shift
Hotkey3Char=F2
Hotkey3Shift=Shift
Hotkey4Char=F1
Hotkey4Shift=Ctrl
Hotkey5Char=F2
Hotkey5Shift=Ctrl
Hotkey6Char=F2
Hotkey6Shift=Alt
Hotkey7Char=plus
Hotkey7Shift=Alt
Hotkey8Char=minus
Hotkey8Shift=Alt
Hotkey9Char=F3
HotKey9Shift=Ctrl
Hotkey10Char=F5
HotKey10Shift=Ctrl
Hotkey11Char=plus
Hotkey11Shift=Ctrl
Hotkey12Char=plus
Hotkey12Shift=Ctrl
Hotkey13Char=plus
Hotkey13Shift=Ctrl


Note: Be sure to place all of the hotkey listings into the file.


3. Map the hotkeys needed and set the remaining values to “(none)”.

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