Menu path: Sessions > Citrix > Citrix Global > Unified Communications > Cisco

Here, you can activate or deactivate the virtual desktop optimization for Cisco Webex and define settings for the Cisco JVDI client.

Cisco Webex Meetings VDI: This virtual desktop optimization contains a media engine and redirects the audio and video streams so that they are exchanged directly between the endpoint devices.

☑ The Cisco Webex Meetings VDI solution is enabled. For further information, see https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/collaboration/meeting_center/wvdi/wvdi-b-admin-guide.html.

☐ The Cisco Webex Meetings VDI solution is disabled.

Cisco Webex Teams VDI: This virtual desktop optimization contains a media engine and redirects the audio and video streams so that they are exchanged directly between the endpoint devices.

☑ The Cisco Webex Teams VDI solution is enabled.

☐ The Cisco Webex Teams VDI solution is disabled.

Settings for the Cisco JVDI Client

Cisco JVDI Client

☑ The Cisco JVDI Client is enabled. 

☐ The Cisco JVDI Client is disabled. 

For the vendor documentation for the Cisco JVDI client, see Deployment and Installation Guide for Cisco Jabber Softphone for VDI Release 12.9.

If you do not see the option Cisco JVDI Client, check if Cisco JVDI Client is enabled under System > Firmware Customization > Features. Reboot the device if required.

Audio

Default volume: Headphone volume control. (Default: 80%)

Default microphone volume: Microphone volume control. (Default: 80%)

Default ring volume: Ringtone volume control. (Default 100%)

Internal sound card: Here you have the possibility to define a sound card. If you leave the field empty, the default sound card of the system is used.

For further information, see Sound Preferences.

Video

You can set the Cisco JVDI Client to use the default resolutions of the camera or to use a user-defined set of resolutions. Separate configurations for cameras with and without hardware acceleration are possible.

Allow default resolutions (for cameras without hardware resolution)

☑ The default resolutions of the camera are used.

☐ A user-defined set of resolutions is used. You can add a resolution by clicking  in the Camera area and selecting the desired resolution.

Allow default resolutions (for cameras with hardware resolution)

☑ The default resolutions of the camera are used.

☐ A user-defined set of resolutions is used. You can add a resolution by clicking  in the Hardware Accelerated Camera area and selecting the desired resolution.