Encountered an issue recently that needed to be resolved immediately. We were trying to use Epic Warp Drive Launcher to launch a published Epic Hyperspace 2014 on a virtual desktop.
When launching, we were receiving the following prompt:
When launching the published application from the desktop, we did not receive this prompt but we did when launching with Warp Drive.
We found this article when researching the problem. The info is still valid, it’s absolutely correct about the registry hive and GUID changing. We discovered this by using ProcMon on a few launches which pointed to different session hosts. Due to time constraints we worked with Citrix directly, they pointed us to their own article. You can see in the article:
There’s a Templates_.zip file. If you download this and look at the rest of the article:
You can see if you download and open the reg file in notepad, the value for the permissions are set to 3. Which you can see right in the very article is actually Prompt User for Access.
You can download my zip file that contains the corrected registry key here: DOWNLOAD REGISTRY KEY FIX
This fix sets the permissions to Full Access for all resources and zones. You can review and modify for cases that you do not wish to give access. This key provides full access for all. We did not require to set via GPO, the GPO appears to just enforce the settings so doing so is up to you!
If you are seeing this prompt when launching the application from StoreFront, add your StoreFront site to your Trusted Sites.