Citrix HDX RealTime Media Engine on RX-HDX - Skype for Business

            The Citrix HDX RealTime Media Engine (RTME) is the client-side component of the Citrix HDX RealTime Optimization Pack for Skype for Business

            RX-HDX FW 2.40.2658 includes Citrix Receiver 13.8 and RTME version 2.4.0-1233
            RTME component
            Single Display
            Dual Display
            Skype messaging
            Skype Audio
            Skype Desktop sharing
            Skype Video Camera
            Known issue
            Known issue - using a Web camera in an RX-HDX dual display situation creates a conflict between the Camera video stream (local h.264) and the Citrix Policy (Session h.264) which will force the camera h.264 video stream to the background and out of focus \ view.  

            The HDX RealTime Media Engine Must be enabled for the Citrix connection to optimize the Skype for Business experience

            It must be done in the connections Citrix > HDX/Multimedia settings either in the local client UI or via No Touch Center

            Set > ‘HDX Realtime Media Engine (Skype for Business)’ parameter to ‘on’

            RTME Audio and Video devices
            Audio and video devices used by Skype for Business are the ones, which the RealTime Media Engine enumerated locally on the client side
            Skype for Business working in optimized way with RTME does not make any use of the Citrix HDX Audio and Citrix HDX Webcam devices redirected from the client to the VDA with the “traditional” Client Audio Mapping and Citrix HDX RealTime Video Compression techniques

            Citrix Server setup for optimized Skype
            Supported Skype for Business versions are listed in following article:
            Version updates may be required for compatibility

            Updated: 17 Jan 2018 03:42 AM
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