To do it temporarly you can use set session offload no with the cli, to make it persitant (otherwise it goes away with a commit or reboot) you would need to run set deviceconfig setting session offload no. Just change either command to a 'yes' to get it back.
*Keep in mind that this will use a lot more resources than normal, make sure that it actually handles the additonal resources before you turn offload off.
...sorry didn't read the whole 'only for citrix' part. I believe that session offloading is either an all or nothing deal, I don't believe you can set it to not offload for specific applicaitons. You are either offloading or you are not.
Did you ever find a solution for this? We are experiencing this on PANOS 8.0.4 and Citrix XenAPP through a NetScaler.
Constant "connection interupted" from the Citrix ICA client. Issues coincide with a PAN install at our DC.
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