XenApp/XenDesktop USB Citrix Tested Device List

This article provides information regarding the USB devices used to test the generic USB remoting feature.

Note: Devices displayed are verified and any extra information required to configure them is included, with any limitations.

For device not given in below list, please refer Citrix Ready Marketplace.

Devices tested with XenDesktop 7.11 with Citrix Receiver for Windows 4.5. (see attached PDF for XenDesktop 7.6):

Device Type Win7, Win8, Win8.1, Win 10 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 R2/2016
Optimized (Default) Generic Optimized(Default) Generic Optimized(Default) Generic
Mass Storage Device (PenDrive, USB Harddisk) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Audio Device (Headset, Speaker) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Webcam Device (Video Camera) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SmartCard Readers * Yes Yes Yes
Keyboard * Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Mouse * Yes Yes Yes
3D Mouse Yes Yes
Scanner Yes Yes Yes Yes
Printer Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Phones (iOS) Yes Yes
Phones (Android) Yes Yes
Tablets (iOS)(Test with Ipad mini, Ipad3) Yes Yes
Tablets (Android) Yes Yes
Signature Pads (Wacom/Topaz) Yes Yes
Wacom Tablets Yes
DVD-Writer Yes Yes Yes Yes
USB 2.0 /3.0 hubs

Notes:

  • *Are restricted for usb redirection by GPO (recommended settings) Hub as a device is not redirected to VDA, however any devices plugged into hub will redirect seamlessly Modem Devices are blocked by the default policy MTP mode for Samsung devices gets policy restricted due to modem exposure to client.
  • Phones and Tablets are optimized by “Client USB Plug and Play device redirection” policy which is by default enabled for Windows Server OS only

For Server OS

The USB client drivers must be compatible with RDSH for Windows 2012 R2.

Non fully virtualized device such as Smart Card Reader has no USB support because these devices utilize the dedicated service running for session 0 (first session) on Windows Server VDA.

Mass Storage for Server OS is supported from 7.11 VDA.

Audio Device for Server OS is supported from Receiver 4.5 and VDA 7.8.

Encrypted USB redirection and Bitlocker to go devices are currently not supported with Server OS.

Device List

Overview of generic USB redirection support by USB device type (Virtual Delivery Agent for Desktop or Server OS).

Serial Number Make Model Notes/Comments
Mass Storage: For Server OS supported from 7.11 and safe eject from taskbar for server OS is not supported currently]
1 Sandisk 1GB Cruzer Micro U3 U3 autorun and eject features do not work within a xendesktop session
2 Sandisk 4GB Titanium U3 U3 autorun and eject features do not work within a xendesktop session
3 Sandisk MicroSD Card Reader (2Gb, 8Gb xD tested)
4 SanDisk 2GB Extreme III Compact Flash
5 Sandisk SDCZ64096A1 4GB Cruzer Micro with U3 Technology U3 autorun and eject features do not work within a xendesktop session
6 SanDisk SDCZ50 4G
7 SanDisk Cruzer Micro Skin 2GB
8 Kingston 1GB USB 2.0 Migo Personal
9 Kingston 1GB Secure Digital Flash Card
10 Kingston Data Traveller Mini
11 Kingston 4GB DataTraveler
12 Seagate USB Hard drive ST305004exd (1TB)
13 Seagate USB 3.0 Hard Drive 1TB (Sno. 122B657IM)
14 Lexar 1GB Flash Drive
15 Lexar USB Dongle (xD Card)
16 Lexar 2GB Jump drive
17 Lexar USB flash memory stick
18 Laguna USB device (CDROM + Flash drive/U3)
19 Trust 7 in 1 Card reader
20 Sumvision 3.5″ USB2.0 & eSATA enclosure
21 Corsair Flash Voyager 16 GB (Corsair)
22 FujiFilm xD-Picture Card 512MB
23 ioMEga Floppy plus 7-in-1 Card Reader Device drivers must be installed with an administrator privilege prior using this device.
24 PC Line PCL-EFD2X 3 1/2 Floppy Drive
25 Freecom FS-50 DVD +/- RW Does not work for Server OS
26 LaCie D2 Blu-Ray BluRay playback not supported over a network connection.
27 LG BE06 Blu-Ray/HD Player Super Multi Blue BluRay playback not supported over a network connection.
28 Microsoft 32MB Flash Drive
29 Belkin 256MB Mass Storage Device
30 Buffalo DVSM-PN58U2VB Device drivers must be installed with an administrator privilege prior using this device.
31 Lenovo USB2.0 memory stick
32 Transcend 16GB JetFlash 700 USB 3.0 Flash Drive
33 SSK USB3.0 8G/SFD201
34 Netac USB3.0 U903 8G
35 SAMSUNG SE-218CB DVD Writer Does not work for Server OS
36 SafeStick flash drive BLOCKMASTER BM9930
WebCams
1 Microsoft VX1000 LifeCam
2 Microsoft Lifecam VX-7000 The preview of video in Lync 2010 shows a black screen if device is connected to USB 3.0 port.
3 Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000
4 Logitech HD Pro C920 Sometimes, the device may appear in “Drives and Printers” on client even after launching a VDA session
5 Logitech C110
When a device is connected to VDA through the client, Sleep or hibernate action may be delayed on the Client machine.
6 Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 Within session CPU usage might be high, when webcam is rediected to the VDA Session
7 Creative VF0520
8 Creative Live! Cam Notebook Webcam
9 Teclast TL-T838-NDE2S
10 Webcam Pro 9000
Incorrect webcam name may be shown in Devices tab in the Perference window.
11 HP True Vision Integrated webcam
Headsets/Speakers: [For Server OS enable audio through Generic USB from client policy, supported from Receiver 4.5 and XenApp / XenDesktop 7.8 ]
1 Logitech H330 (USB Headset)
2 Logitech S150 (USB Speakers)
3 Logitech H340 (USB Headset)
Audio experience may be unclear with Logitech H340 inside session
4 Plantronics Blackwire C435-M
5 Plantronics Blackwire C310-M
6 Plantronics Voyager Legend UC + BT300 (Bluetooth Headset + Bluetooth USB Adapter)
7 Plantronics Blackwire C320-M
8 SALAR KX235 USB headset-USB 2.0
HID style devices
1 Wacom Bamboo Fun A6 Wide Tablet Mouse class device. Blocked by default policy
2 Wacom Bambo One Mouse class device. Blocked by default policy
3 Wacom Bamboo touch tablet Mouse class device. Blocked by default policy
4 Bloomberg FreeBoard To use Bloomberg (Message) Key, Bloomberg Audio redirection has to be enabled.

If fingerprint scanner operation fails with high latency, then ICA custom channel has to be created for the scanner.
5 Bloomberg Starboard Requires two cables to be attached and for Server OS, enable Audio through Generic USB through the Client Policy
5 Vernier GoTemp Temperature Sensor
6 Vernier GoLink Multi Sensor
7 Kensington Orbit Mouse class device. Blocked by default policy
8 Microsoft Sidewinder X5 Mouse class device. Blocked by default policy, Requires Fingerprint driver locally
9 IBM KB with fingerprint reader Mouse class device. Blocked by default policy
Print/Scan Devices
1 Lexmark USB printer 800 series
2 Lexmark Multifunction USB printer scanner 1200 series
3 Canon Pixma MP620 -Multi Function Printer/Scanner
4 Canon iP5300 Printer
5 Canon CanScanLiDE 700F
6 Canon Lide 25 Colour Flatbed Scanner
7 Cannon Canon Pixma MP648
8 Canon CanoScan LiDE 110
9 HP ScanJet G3010
10 HP LaserJetP2014
11 HP DESKJET 2000
12 Epson Stylus DX4400 – multifunction AIO Printer/Scanner/Copier
13 WASP WCS3905 CCD barcode Scanner (USB) Displayed as a HID device, hence blocked by the default policy.
14 HP ScanJet Pro 3000S2 Twain 2.0 driver needs to be installed on client (Supported from 7.11)
Phone/PDA
1 Blackberry Pearl
2 Blackberry 8820
3 Blackberry 8320
4 Blackberry Curve 8900
5 Blackberry Curve 8520
6 Blackberry Curve 8900
7 Nokia N73 Mass storage mode working, PC Suite mode not available
8 Nokia N95 Mass storage mode working, PC Suite mode not available
9 Nokia 9500 Communicator Device can be visible on Receiver Toolbar by enabling the policy, but the device cant be redirected to the VDA session
10 HTC Tattoo
11 HTC Touch
12 Apple iPhone 3G Customers are not recommended to restore or upgrade the firmware on any Apple device. Device will remain in Restore mode until recovered on a physical machine.
13 Apple iPhone5 Customers are not recommended to restore or upgrade the firmware on any Apple device. Device will remain in Restore mode until recovered on a physical machine.
14 Polycom CX200 (Desktop Phone)
15 HP iPAQ 4150
16 Samsung Galaxy 4 MTP mode for samsung devices gets policy restricted due to modem exposed to client
17 Samsung Galaxy Core 2 MTP mode for samsung devices gets policy restricted due to modem exposed to client
18 Samsung Tablet MTP mode for samsung devices gets policy restricted due to modem exposed to client
HUBS: [Hubs are not supported as devices themselves however devices plugged into hubs work seamlessly]
1 Belkin 4-Port USB 2.0 Flex Hub
2 Plexus High Speed USB2.0 7 Port Powered Hub
3 Logitech 4 Port USB Hub
4 Dlink Dub-H4 USB 4 Port Hub
5 Belkin USB 2.0 4-Port Mini Hub
6 Belkin USB 4 PORT SLIM HUB (USB1.1)
7 Startech ST4202USBGB
8 Belkin 4-Port USB 2.0 Flex Hub
MODEM: [Modem Devices are blocked by the default policy]
1 LM Technologies Bluetooth EDR USB adapter
2 Trust USB Bluetooth Adaptor
3 Trust 56K USB Modem MD-1270
Security Devices
1 Microsoft Fingerprint Reader Win USB Only works with a local account and its known limitation of the vendor software
Digital Cameras
1 Canon PowerShot S70
2 Canon EOS 300D/Digital Rebel (Mass Storage)
3 Canon EOS 300D/Digital Rebel (PTP Mode)
4 Canon EOS 450D
5 Canon Ixus v3
6 Ricoh Capilio 500G Wide (Mass Storage)
7 Ricoh Capilio 500G Wide (Original Mode)
8 Nikon D70s (Mass Storage)
9 Nikon D70s (PTP Mode)
10 Fuji FinePix F31fd
Apple Devices: [ Customers are not recommended to restore or upgrade the firmware on any Apple device. Device will remain in Restore mode until recovered on a physical machine.]
1 Apple iPod Touch (16GB)
2 Apple iPod Shuffle (2GB)
3 Apple iPod Nano Ejecting an iPod Nano from within iTunes can take up to 3 minutes.
Other devices
1 Nipco USB Missile rocket launcher
2 Dictaphone Foot Control USB adapter
3 3DConnexion Space Navigator
4 3DConnexion Space Pilot Pro
5 3DConnexion Space Explorer
6 Startech SVID2USB2
7 Aigo DPF5170 (USB photo frame)
8 Plantronics Calisto 619 (Bluetooth Wireless Speakerphone + Bluetooth USB Adapter )
9 D-Link DBT-122 (Wireless USB Bluetooth Adapter)
10 Buffalo DVSM-PN58U2VB (USB DVD-RW) Does not work for Server OS
11 Wacom Signature Pad STU430 , STU 530
12 Wacom Tablet Intuos Pro Not supported for Server OS
13 Wacom interactive pen display DTU1031 Not supported for Server OS
14 Topaz Signature Pad T- LBK 460 Topaz driver is required on vda (if installation fails, extract driver package and then install driver Manually)
15 Philips Speech Mike Pro
USB host Controller for 3.0 port
1 Renesas Electronics USB 3.0 Host Controller Drivers
2 Microsoft USB Host Controller Drivers Supported from Windows 8 OS onwards.

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3673842: Recovering YaST logs after a failed installation attempt

This document (3673842) is provided subject to the disclaimer at the end of this document.

Environment

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 12

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
Novell SUSE Linux EnterpriseDesktop 10
Novell SUSE Linux EnterpriseServer 10
Novell SUSE Linux EnterpriseServer 9
Novell SUSE Linux Real Time

Novell Open Enterprise Server 1(OES 1/Linux)

Novell Linux Desktop9

Novell openSUSE

Situation

Novell NTS has asked for YaST2logs after a failed installation attempt.

Resolution

On occasion it may benecessary to recover log files from a failed installation. Theselog files can be obtained during the installation owing to the factthat the installation program is a limitedinstallation.

savethelogs
  1. Start the installation andproceed to the failure
  2. Once the failure happens, hit SHIFT-F8 & save the logs when prompted. If not prompted, hitCTRL-ALT-F2 to reach a terminal
  3. Save the logs using the “save_y2logs“command.
    save_y2logs/tmp/y2logs.tgz
  4. Pick one of the log recoverymethods
  5. If requested, obtainadditional logs as instructed
network log recoverymethod


This method will only work when the default Linux kernel recognizesthe Ethernet device.

  1. Test to see if you can do anetwork transfer
    ifconfig eth0

    If network transfer can be done outputmay be similar to
    :
    eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:1A:4B:B7:31:13
    
    inet addr:10.0.0.1 Bcast:10.0.0.255 Mask:255.255.252.0
    UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
    RX packets:10391609 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
    TX packets:1509514 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
    collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000
    RX bytes:7441707132 (7096.9 Mb) TX bytes:151197714 (144.1 Mb)
    An IPaddress may or may not be assigned, If you see output for eth0,then you may do a network based transfer of the logfiles.
  2. Select a method for assigningan IP address if one is not present
    • WhenaDHCP Server exists
      dhcpcd eth0
    • StaticAssignment for transfer within same subnet
      ifconfig eth0 NETADDRESS broadcast BROADCAST_ADDRESS
    • StaticAssignment for transfer outside the the subnet
      ifconfig eth0 NETADDRESS broadcast BROADCAST_ADDRESS
      route add default gw ROUTER_IP_ADDRESS netmask BROADCAST_ADDRESS
  3. Ping the target to make surethat it is setup correctly
    ping 10.0.0.10
  4. Transfer methods
    • SSH(Recommended between Linux hosts)
      scp /tmp/y2logs.tgz USER@host:/LOCATION/name
    • Transferto Samba Share or Windows Server
      mount -t cifs //IPADDRESS/share /mnt -ousername=USER
      cp /tmp/y2logs.tgz/mnt
      umount /mnt
    • NFStoLinux or UNIX server
      mount -t nfs IPADDRESS:/share/mnt
      cp /tmp/y2logs.tgz/mnt
      umount /mnt
  5. Retrieve the logs from theremote server

USBdrive logrecovery

This method requires the following

  • The computer must have USBdrive capabilities
  • The USB drive must beformatted with a FAT, VFAT, EXT2, EXT3, ReiserFS, XFS, FAT, or VFATfile systems. Other filesystems, in particular NTFS, are notsuitable.

  1. Load the USB kernelmodules
    modprobe usb-storage
  2. Plug the USB drive in thecomputer
  3. Determine what device itis
    dmesg
    Example:
    USB Mass Storage supportregistered.

    scsi 6:0:0:0: Direct-Access CRUCIAL USBFlash Disk 2.00 PQ: 0 ANSI: 2
    ready
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] 1017856 512-bytehardware sectors (521 MB)
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] Write Protect isoff
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] Mode Sense: 03 00 0000
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] Assuming drive cache:write through
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] 1017856 512-bytehardware sectors (521 MB)
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] Write Protect isoff
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] Mode Sense: 03 00 0000
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] Assuming drive cache:write through
    sdd: sdd1 <– THIS IS THEDEVICE NAME
    sd 6:0:0:0: [sdd] Attached SCSIremovable disk
    sd 6:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg4type 0
    usb-storage: device scancomplete
    Look forthe kernel device name, in this case, /dev/sdd, with a partitionon /dev/sdd1
  4. Mount the volume
    mount /dev/sdd1 /mnt
  5. Copy the file over
    cp /tmp/y2logs.tgz/mnt
  6. Dismount the volume
    umount /mnt
  7. Remove the USB drive andexamine the logs another another computer


additional filesor output that may be needed

  • /var/log/messages
  • Hardware information (thefile after -log isthe name of the file)
    hwinfo -log/tmp/hwinfo.log
  • Kernel messages output (thefile after > is name of the file)
    dmesg >/tmp/dmesg.log
After the logs have beenretrieved you may examine them, or if requested by Novell NTS, sendthem to Novell.

Additional Information

See also the openSuSE documenton YaST Bug submission

Change Log

2018-Mar-14 – Sascha Wehnert – Updated environment section with SLE 11 and 12.

Disclaimer

This Support Knowledgebase provides a valuable tool for NetIQ/Novell/SUSE customers and parties interested in our products and solutions to acquire information, ideas and learn from one another. Materials are provided for informational, personal or non-commercial use within your organization and are presented “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.

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Configuration and use of the Session Recording CDM/USB event Tagging Feature

Feature Description

This feature was first introduced in Session Recording 7.17 and provides a build-in ability in to monitor high-level session events and associate them with the recording files as meaningful event tags. With this feature, customers can easily search for events of interest from mass amount of recordings and locate graphical evidence.

In the 7.17 release, USB mass storage device attach events on Windows Receiver and Mac Receiver through CDM mapping or Generic redirection are supported.

Feature Requirements

To make this feature work properly, make sure both Session Recording Agent and VDA should be upgraded at least to 7.17 release. Currently supported versions of Receiver for Windows and Receiver for Mac are also required.

Configuration: Enable or disable USB mass storage device event logging

Three registry keys on Session Recording Agent were added as the feature toggle switch.

  1. After installation, log on as an administrator to the Session Recording Agent machine.
  2. Open the Registry Editor.
  3. Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARECitrixSmartAuditorSessionEvents
  4. Set the value of EnableSessionEvents to:
1 enable Session Recording event logging global toggle switch
0 disable Session Recording event logging global toggle switch
  1. Set the value of EnableCDMUSBDriveEvents to:
1 enable CDM mapped USB storage device event logging switch
0 disable CDM mapped USB storage device event logging switch
  1. Set the value of EnableGenericUSBDriveEvents to:
1 enable generic redirected USB storage device event logging switch
0 disable generic redirected USB storage device event logging switch
  1. Reboot the SR Agent to make the feature toggle switch change take effect.
  2. Configure the CDM mapping and USB redirection policies on Citrix Studio according to your actual needs.

Important Note:

On Citrix Studio, CDM mapping policy is Enabled by default, USB redirection policy is Disabled by default.

You can refer to the table below to set the registry keys values for the required scenario:

Scenarios Registry keys values
Enable logging both CDM mapped and generic redirected USB mass storage USB device attach events EnableSessionEvents = 1

EnableCDMUSBDriveEvents = 1

EnableGenericUSBDriveEvents = 1
Only enable logging CDM mapped USB mass storage USB device attach events EnableSessionEvents = 1

EnableCDMUSBDriveEvents = 1

EnableGenericUSBDriveEvents = 0
Only enable logging generic redirected USB mass storage USB device attach events EnableSessionEvents = 1

EnableCDMUSBDriveEvents = 0

EnableGenericUSBDriveEvents = 1
Disable logging both CDM mapped and generic redirected USB mass storage USB device attach events EnableSessionEvents = 0

EnableCDMUSBDriveEvents = 0

EnableGenericUSBDriveEvents = 0
Warning:
Editing the registry incorrectly can cause serious problems that might require you to reinstall your operating system. Citrix cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Editor at your own risk. Be sure to back up the registry before you edit it.

Playback the recordings with logged events

When playing back the recordings with logged USB mass storage device attach events on Player, you can see the events were displayed in the “Events and Bookmarks” panel and also appear as yellow dots in the lower part of the Player window.

You can use these events to help you navigate through recorded sessions, you can skip to the point in the recorded session where the event is inserted.

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Search for recordings with event tags

Session Recording Player allows you to perform advanced searches to search for recordings with event tags.

  1. In the Session Recording Player window, click Advanced Search on the tool bar or choose Tools > Advanced Search.
  2. Define your search criteria on the tabs of the Advanced Search dialog box, Events tab allows you to search logged events that had been inserted to the sessions by Event type. You can use “Event type” and other filter conditions in Common and Data/Time in combination to search for the recordings which met the criteria. For example, you can search all recordings with CDM mapped mass storage USB device attach events within 24 hours.

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