Browser Redirection Extension (Private) chrome extension

Version: 6.5
Browser Redirection Extension (Private)
This extension redirects Webpages (de42780982e).
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What is Browser Redirection Extension (Private)?

Browser Redirection Extension (Private) is a redirect url extension for chrome. also, it is manifest extension and privacy browsers extension. it's a free extension , it has 0 active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 0.00 from 0 rated user, last update is 56 days ago.

What’s new in version 6.5?

                This extension redirects Webpages.
This extension allows redirection of webpages in Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops sessions. The extension enables two features, namely, Browser Content Redirection and Bidirectional URL Redirection.
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Give early feedback: Let us know what you think and help make Browser Redirection Extension a better experience.
Note: Do not install Beta alongside your current version of Browser Redirection Extension.
Redirects Webpages from a browser running on the virtual desktop to the Citrix Workspace App embedded browser running on the client device. Browser Content Redirection prevents the execution/rendering of whitelisted web pages in the virtual desktop, creating a corresponding browser instantiated by Citrix Workspace app that will be responsible for rendering the URL locally on the user’s device. 
System Requirements: 
Browser Content Redirection for Chrome requires Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 1808 or higher and Citrix Workspace app for Windows 1809 or higher, and Citrix Receiver for Linux 13.9 or higher. This extension should be installed in the supported browsers running in the virtual desktop, and no installation is required on user’s client device. For further assistance, contact your IT Help Desk.
Product Documentation: 
Reference (Policy) –
Reference (CVAD) –

What’s new in version 6.4
1) Restrict protocols to http/https in Extension manifest.

What’s new in version 6.3
1) Extension now confirms to Chrome Extension Manifest v3.

What’s new in version 6.2
1) Fixed an issue that caused YouTube videos to not properly play on Mac clients.
2) Fixed an issue with the positioning of the BCR overlay when certain web pages are redirected.
What’s new in version 6.1
1) Revert to Chrome Extensions manifest v2 to circumvent a Chromium bug with manifest v3 extensions that causes high CPU utilization.
2) Supports redirection in inactive Chrome tabs (Requires CVAD 2112 or higher)
3) Supports migrating redirected tabs from one Chrome window to another (Requires CVAD 2112 or higher)

What’s new in version 5.1 (The following features require CVAD 2109 or higher)
1) Introduces an improved redirection mechanism that uses a page in the chrome extension to begin the redirection process and solves script injection timing issues 
2) Solves issues with redirection of websites enforcing a Content Security Policy (CSP) policy 
3) Solves issues with redirection of websites that perform JavaScript redirects to authentication page in their Single Sign On (SSO) mechanisms
4) Solves issues with redirection of websites that perform 302 redirects
5) Solves issues with acquisition of multimedia devices on the BCR overlay after webpage is redirected
What’s new in version 5.0 
1) Fixes high DPI and scaling issues on overlay and VDA
2) Fixes some issues with redirected Angular websites
What's new in version 4.1
1) Performance improvements in redirection timing
2) Improvement in reliability of website redirection 
2) Addresses some redirection bugs
What's new in version 3.0
1) Security and performance improvements
2) Inline JS Injection – may quicken the injected script execution and potentially solve some timing issues
3) CitrixBcrApi – An API for websites to determine if the page will be redirected (please contact [email protected] for more info)
Redirects webpages from a browser running on the virtual desktop to the default browser running locally on the client device. It can also redirect webpages from the browser on the client device to the browser running on the virtual session. Administrators can configure the list of URLs to be redirected via server and client policies. Host policies are set in Citrix Studio, and client polices are set via the Citrix Workspace app Group Policy Object administration template.
System Requirements: 
Bidirectional URL redirection requires Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 2106 or higher, and Citrix Workspace App for Windows 2106 or higher. Browser Redirection Extension version 5.0 or higher is required to be installed in the supported browsers running in the virtual desktop and on the user’s client device. On client device installs, error “WebSocket connection to 'wss://' failed” would be logged in the extension console. This is only informational and does not affect the extension’s functionality in any way.
Product Documentation: 
Reference (Policy) – 
Reference (Client) –
What’s new in version 6.0 
1) Fix for multiple tabs opening on target endpoint during redirection
What’s new in version 5.1
1) Fix to redirect tabs from previous session or URLs passed into browser as arguments on launch
What’s new in version 5.0
1) Bidirectional URL redirection
Citrix End User License Agreement:            

How to install Browser Redirection Extension (Private)?

You could download the latest version crx file or older version files and install it.

Preview of Browser Redirection Extension (Private)

Technical Features:

  • Latest Version: 6.5
  • Requirements: Windows Chrome, Mac Chrome
  • License: Free
  • Latest update: Wednesday, April 5th, 2023
  • Author: Citrix Systems Inc

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