Logging off disconnects you from applications, their open files, and DCRI network resources.

Important! If your local computer is a laptop and you intend to move from one place to another where you will use a different method to access the Internet, ensure you log off your iDCRI session at the first location, and then log back on to iDCRI again at the new location. Connectivity issues can occur if you do not log off.

Logging off iDCRI
  1. Close all application windows.
  2. In the upper right, click . (Disregard the button's drop-down menu.)

    The Citrix XenApp screen appears.

    Tip: if needed, you can immediately return to the iDCRI log on screen by clicking
    Return to Log On.

  3. Close the iDCRI window or tab.
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DCRIconnect User Guide Last updated: March 10, 2016
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