File Extension ICA

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File Extension ICA

File extension ICA can be used both as an image file or an extension which is used solely by the Citrix products. In the first case, the graphic file it contains can be opened by many editing programs, yet the Citrix format is proprietary. It can stand for Citrix Independent Computer Architecture or for Identity Compass Answers.

An ICA file consists of the following elements which are used to configure various network connections.

1. Application Server Section - this section includes the name of the section or the published application.

2. The succeeding section describes the attributes of the connection of the published application defined under the Application Server. The name of the section enclosed in square brackets depends on the previous section; and

3. WFClient Section - contains the description of the WinFrame Client and software version which is a required field and whose value must not be edited.

Each of these sections serve as headers with corresponding required fields underneath them that require strict syntax adherence for proper execution. All Section headers must also be enclosed with square brackets for proper identification.

When concerning bitmap images, there is often a need to use a graphical editor that has the .ICA file extension in mind. Two separate products, XnView and Graphics Converter Pro, have both developed .ICA-specific features in their programs.

There are many ways to open file with specific file extension. There could be also multiple applications which you can use to open ICA file. Learn more how to open ICA file. Also you can try using hex or text editors like HexView or Notepad++ to open ica files.

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