How do I export Citrix policies?

How do I export Citrix policies?

Complete the following procedure to export the policy:

  1. Log on to the Desktop Delivery Controller with a XenDesktop Administrator role account.
  2. Open PowerShell and type the command: “Add-PSSnapin Citrix*”
  3. Now type “Export-BrokerDesktopPolicy | Out-File -FilePath Note:

How do you check if Citrix policies are applied?

Additionally, Registry Editor on the VDA can provide information if the Citrix polies are being applied to the session. Polices can be located under “Computer\HKLM\Software\Wow6432node\Polices\Citrix” or “Computer\HKLM\Software\Polices\Citrix”.

How do I use Citrix policies?

The process for configuring policies is as follows:

  1. Create the policy.
  2. Configure policy settings.
  3. Assign the policy to machine and user objects.
  4. Prioritize the policy.
  5. Verify the effective policy by running the Citrix Group Policy Modeling wizard. Note:

What is Citrix SDK?

The Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Remote PowerShell SDK automates complex and repetitive tasks. It provides the mechanism to set up and manage the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops (formerly XenApp and XenDesktop) environment without having to use the Studio user interface.

Where are Citrix Policies stored?

The policy settings are stored in the following registry locations: 32-bit components: HKLM\Software\Policies\Citrix. 64-bit components: HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Policies\Citrix.

How do I create a policy in Citrix?

Create and manage policies using the Group Policy Editor From the Group Policy Editor, expand Computer Configuration or User Configuration. Expand the Policies node and then select Citrix Policies. Choose the appropriate action below. On the Policies tab, click New.

Where are Citrix policies stored?

What is Citrix Group Policy Management?

The Citrix group policy engine adds a Citrix node in the Group Policy Management Console and Group Policy Object Editor. If the XenApp server is not in an Active Directory domain and is part of a work group then the policy should be configured using the policies node in the Delivery Services console.

How do I force a Citrix policy update?

Open the User or Machine folder and verify if a Citrix folder is present. After both folders are removed, go to command prompt on the same server and run gpupdate /force. This recreates the policy folders and files within them which must resolve the issue.

How do I add Citrix Snapin to PowerShell?


  1. Download and install Citrix Studio on the Integration Broker server.
  2. Verify the installation. Open Windows PowerShell as administrator. Enter this command: Add-PSSnapin Citrix* Enter the following commands: Get-BrokerDesktopGroup -AdminAddress CitrixDeliveryController.