“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

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“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

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“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

  • No Related Posts

“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

  • No Related Posts

“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

  • No Related Posts

“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

  • No Related Posts

“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

  • No Related Posts

“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

  • No Related Posts

“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

  • No Related Posts

“KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)” cannot take effect on Citrix Workspace app for Linux

Use the following way to change the Keyboard Layout sync mode to Server Default.

Configure in StoreFront

File Path: C:inetpubwwwrootCitrix%StoreName%App_Datadefault.ica

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

Or configure in CWA for Linux

File path: ~/.ICAClient/wfclient.ini

Change setting in [WFClient]: KeyboardLayout=(Server Default)

The expected result is VDA-side keyboard will be applied, which means key input is determined by the VDA-side keyboard layout.

But test result for CWA for Linux is the Keyboard Layout and IME in the ICA session will be changed to Eng no matter the default Keyboard Layout and IME is what.

The issue doesn’t happen on CWA for Windows.

Related:

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