This article provides troubleshooting steps for the version of Citrix Receiver downloaded through myapps.gcu.edu. For information on the new Citrix Receiver through Citrix Workspace, please see How do I access SPSS without installing it?.
There may be times during the initial installation of SPSS that your computer is not able to recognize how to open the program. Some common errors are:
When encountering issues opening SPSS through the Citrix Receiver, it is best to ensure that the Citrix Receiver has been installed.
Go to the Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features.
Locate and confirm Citrix Receiver is installed.
If the Citrix Receiver is not installed, follow the steps for Installing Citrix Receiver in the How do I access SPSS without installing it? article.
After you have confirmed Citrix Receiver is installed, navigate to https://myapps.gcu.edu/ and open SPSS.
If the Citrix Connection Manager has not already set itself as the default for opening .ica files, SPSS will not open and you will need to manually set the Citrix Connection Manager as the default to open programs.
Navigate to your Downloads folder and locate the R0NVWEE2NS5TUFNTIFN0YXRpc3RpY3M-.ica file. Right-click on the file and select Properties.
In the file’s properties window, edit the program that the .ica file opens with by selecting Change.
Select Citrix Connection Manager as the application to open .ica files with and then click OK.
If Citrix Connection Manager is not listed, select Look for another app on this PC.
A file finder will open up, select the This PC folder and then in the upper right-hand corner search for wfcrun32.exe. Once the wfcrun32.exe program has been found, select the file and click Open. The ICA file will now be properly associated with the Citrix Receiver.
If you receive the following error when launching the SPSS .ica file, restart your computer, go to myapps.gcu.edu, and launch SPSS again.
If you are using Safari and get the Unblock the Citrix plug-in error message while attempting to access myapps.gcu.edu, as seen below, click Safari from the Menu bar at the top of the screen and select Preferences.
On the preferences dialog that appears, select Websites and then, under Plug-ins (left hand side), select Citrix Receiver. In the Citrix Receiver plug-in settings, set myapps.gcu.edu to off as seen below.