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When launching an application from the Internet browser, users are prompted to save or download the terscolvira.fun file. terscolvira.fun File Type With Citrix Connection Manager. Enable Citrix ICA Client Object (ActiveX Win32) Clear the "Do not save - terscolvira.fun File Type. Enable Google Chrome to automatically open the launch ICA files.
When the terscolvira.fun file downloads in Google Chrome, click the drop-down. An ICA file is an Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) file used by Citrix application servers. It contains configuration information for connecting to different servers and may link to a published application or to a server desktop environment. ICA is a settings file format by Citrix. ICA stands for Independent Computing Architecture and is used by Citrix's application servers.
ICA files are used for configuring information between servers and clients. ICA files can be opened and edited by Citrix products, WinFrame, and other ICA editing software. The Citrix ICA Client files, terscolvira.fun files, are Citrix files used by your web browser to virtualize your Citrix applications. These files are usually downloaded silently from your web browser and opened automatically by the Citrix application installed on your local computer. You click to launch your applications in Google Chrome and the application does not launch.
Instead, you see a terscolvira.fun file downloaded. Are you in a dilemma about opening ICA files on your Windows 10 PC? You don't need to worry. This post gives detailed information about ICA.
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