Citrix Enterprise Browser

Citrix Enterprise Browser

The Citrix Workspace Browser has been rebranded to the Citrix Enterprise Browser to better reflect its features and to keep it abreast of emerging technologies and business terminology. With a transparent layer of protection added on top of an easy-to-use user interface, Citrix new browser represents their mission to provide the preferred enterprise browser solution that enables employees to securely access their internal web and SaaS programmes. The Citrix Enterprise Browser could previously be configured to open any link clicked from a native app, just like any other browser. Now that users can choose Citrix Enterprise Browser as their default browser for work, all links from native apps that are work links will open in Citrix Enterprise Browser. The user’s chosen device’s browser is used to open all other links.


Citrix Enterprise Browser offers a cutting-edge user experience for all enterprise use cases by fusing the native capabilities of a Chromium-based browser with Citrix Cloud services. Citrix Enterprise Browser facilitates a seamless user experience and aids in enforcing security regulations for:

Manage Browser Extension:

Citrix by default restricted extensions in the Citrix Enterprise Browser due to security issues with extensions in consumer browsers. However, administrators can now configure two extension lists for their end users thanks to their Extension Management tool, which is currently in preview.

Forced List:

A list of browser extensions that must be downloaded and installed by the user (ExtensionInstallForcelist)

Allowed List

A list of permitted extensions that the user may choose to instal is called the "Allowed List" (ExtensionInstallAllowlist)

Internal Web and SaaS Apps through Citrix Enterprise Browser from the Citrix Workspace App.

Prior to this change, internal web and SaaS apps in the Citrix Workspace app would open using either the Citrix Enterprise Browser or the device’s native browser depending on whether they had security policies or not. When contextual regulations are used, it might be a confusing experience for end users. With the implementation of this feature, Citrix Workspace apps can only now be opened through Citrix Enterprise Browser. The Browser Management function allows you to set this off.

Simplified Single Sign-On:

Web and SaaS programmes installed with Citrix Secure Private Access frequently use the single sign-on (SSO) capability. However, setting up SSO for third-party IdPs with SAML-based web or SaaS apps is a somewhat difficult and time-consuming process that must be done for each service being configured. Citrix  has streamlined this procedure so that administrators may easily enable or disable single sign-on for each operating system by executing a single PowerShell query. This eliminates the need for IdP chaining and cuts the initial setup time in a PoC from weeks to minutes. Additionally, it significantly enhances the user experience for websites that require authentication but are not explicitly configured as SaaS apps.

Citrix also wanted to draw attention to some other tools we’ve provided to help thier users and administrators:

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