- The SecureICA client should work with the PCS device, as PCS does not interfere with the ICA file encryption.
- SecureICA encryption is applied to the entire ICA packet; except for a small encryption header, all of the ICA commands and data are encrypted, which includes:
- Mouse data
As the ICA connection is not terminated on the PCS device, SecureICA should work normally with CTS.
For more information, refer to the following link:http://www.czerno.com/default.asp?inc=/html/terminal_server/SecureICA/citrix_secure_ica_services.asp
As per the above link:"Adding to the basic security levels of MetaFrame, the Secure ICA software uses 128-bit encryption or key length (56- and 40-bit encryption is also available) to provide maximum protection for information being sent between Citrix servers and clients. By using a key of this length, Secure ICA makes it virtually impossible for unauthorized users to open an encrypted transmission."