Update Your Citrix Receiver

Depositphotos_138476826_original.jpgUpdate Your Citrix Receiver 

 At Swizznet security and premier customer service are our top priorities. In order to follow security and PCI compliance guidelines, users must upgrade to the newest version of Citrix Receiver. The deadline to upgrade has been extended to Friday, August 4, 2017. 


WHO: People who use application icons from your desktop (This does not apply to those logging in via the web portal)

WHAT: Security changes require that you use the latest version of Citrix Receiver and that you're using apps.swizznet.portal to access your applications from the cloud  

 WHEN:  By Friday, August 4, 2017

Follow the Quick Three Step Process 

1. Check Your Current Receiver Version


  • Locate the Citrix Receiver icon (small black icon with white semi-circles) in your system tray
  • Right click the icon and select Advanced Preferences
  • Within the About section, make note of the current version. If you have Windows version 4.7 or MAC version 12.6, you do NOT need to make any changes to your receiver at this time.


2.  Download & Install Citrix Receiver

  • Click the Download Receiver box to start the download
  • Once the download completes, double click on the downloaded file, accept the license agreement and select install  
  • Once the installation completes, select Finish or Close


3.  Download & Run the Swizznet_Receiver_Setup.cr File

  •  A small file will download on your device. Double click the file (shown below)
  •  Select add when the permission pop-up is displayed 


  •  The Swizznet login box will open  
  • Please use your Swizznet credentials to log in and access your cloud applications


  • To add the icons to your start menu select details and add the application to your Favorites
  • Click here to add them to a folder on your desktop or start menu 
  • That's all there is to it.  If there are ever any issues, please do not hesitate to reach out to our support team.


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