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So I have this "Citrix Receiver" item in my menu bar and I want to remove it. I have looked to see if I have an app in my system by that name and there is nothing. I did a search and nothing comes up. I have used "App Cleaner" to search for it and try to clean it and nothing.
Can someone please tell me how I can get rid of it? It won't even open when I click on "Open Citrix Receiver". It is unresponsive. Is there a way I can remove it?
Aug 1, 2016 at 16:12
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To uninstall the Citrix Receiver for Mac, open the
CitrixReceiver.dmg file and select Uninstall Citrix Receiver.
After uninstalling the Receiver
and rebooting the system, ensure
that the files or folders listed in this section have been removed
from your system. If they still exist, remove them manually.
/Citrix/Receiver Integration (entire folder)
/Application Support/Citrix Receiver
/Preferences/com.citrix.ReceiverFTU.AccountRecords.plist (added in 11.6)
/Preferences/com.citrix.ReceiverFTU.AccountRecords.plist.lockfile (added in 11.6)
Under this folder, you can delete any applications you previously added via the Receiver UI.
To get to some of these locations faster using Finder, hit
Command+ Shift+ G (or use menu Go > Go to Folder...) and paste the location there.
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