Updating adm files
ADM files are still available for Windows XP Embedded platforms.The administrative tools you use—the Group Policy Object Editor and the Group Policy Management Console—remain largely unchanged.You can copy custom ADMX and ADML files distributed with Citrix Receiver installer to the central store, which makes it available automatically to all Group Policy administrators in a domain.The table below provides the location where you need to copy the ADMX and ADML files: \online plugin\Configuration.When connecting by TLS the server may be configured to require Receiver to provide a security certificate identifying itself.Use the "Client Authentication" setting to configure whether or not identification is provided automatically or if the user is notified.
Wildcards and port numbers can be specified here; for example, *.citrix.com:4433 allows connection to any server whose common name ends with .on port 4433.
For domain policies, import the template file using the Group Policy Management Console.
This is especially useful for applying Receiver settings to a number of different user devices throughout the enterprise.
ADMX files are divided into language-neutral (ADMX) and language-specific (ADML) resources, available to all Group Policy administrators.
These factors allow Group Policy tools to adjust their UI according to the administrator's configured language.