: Citrix, Microsoft, Virtual Apps and Desktops, Windows
By Gus Johansson
1 year ago
EDIT/UPDATE: The case seems to be resolved: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1024837
Today we experienced major problems with the application Google Chrome in multi-user environments such as Citrix XenDesktop 7 (according to support.google.com community forum IT-administrators are seeing this in many different types of environments, RDS, XenApp, XenDesktop, with different hypervisors, different version of Windows Server and Desktop and some servers running dedicated hardware).
Google Chrome version: Version 78.0.3904.97 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Problem description: At random intervals users complain that tabs within Chrome turn white and are unable to update these to see any content. This happens to ”old” (old as the page was loaded a while ago) and ”fresh” pages. The pages are non-responsive. Users (including myself) had to restart the Google Chrome application to regain functionality. See image below for an example. The web content is expected in the red box but has disappeared.This seems to be happening when other users on the same session host/host locks their screen ”Win + L”. Reason yet unknown.
Wtihin chrome://flags there is a flag named ”Enable occlusion of web contents”. This is by default, set to ”Default”. Change the value to ”Disabled”.
This can also be done via adding –disable-backgrounding-occluded-windows when starting Google Chrome.
I will update this post as we gather more information regarding this issue.
If you have solved this in another way or have experienced this issue please drop a comment below.
I hope you have found this informative, i would like to thank you reading.
: chrome, Citrix, hangs, RDS, screen, session host, sessions, white, XenApp, xendesktop