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Mastering XenApp

By : Sunny Jha
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Mastering XenApp

By: Sunny Jha

Overview of this book

Citrix® XenApp® is one of the leading pieces of Application delivery software that delivers Windows compatible apps to users on any device, anywhere. Citrix® XenApp® also gives administrators the ability to manage and control the freedom of mobility by increasing the security and saving costs at the same time. This book will provide you with all the knowledge required to successfully deploy and master a complete Citrix® hosted application. First, it will cover essential concepts of the architecture of XenApp®. You will then learn how to set up Hypervisor and how to set up Infrastructure components. Next you will learn how to Set up Citrix® Components, XenApp® resources, PVS, and Netscaler. We will further look at how to prepare the environment for Rollout. Additionally, you will learn how to configure the Citrix® components such as Citrix® Director. Moreover, you’ll learn about shared desktop for delivery to end users and the application of policies for effective and secure delivery. Finally, you will learn how to implement provisioning services for a Citrix® XenApp® 7.6 environment.
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Mastering XenApp
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Modifying StoreFront™ to integrate with NetScaler®

Now that we have configured the Gateway on the NetScaler, we now have to integrate that Gateway URL to our StoreFront so that when your users go to connect to the Gateway URL, they get logged in successfully:

  1. In order to do that, go back to your StoreFront server and launch the StoreFront console. The very first thing that we have to do is to enable Pass-through from NetScaler Gateway authenticate mode in NetScaler Gateway in the Authentication node:

  2. Now select the NetScaler Gateway node in the StoreFront console and from the right-hand side pane, click on Add NetScaler Gateway Appliance:

  3. It will open a wizard where you have to enter the details of the Gateway, such as the name of the Gateway, its URL, version of the appliance, the Subnet IP address (optional), logon type, and callback URL which typically resolves the Virtual IP that you configured in the NetScaler Gateway:

  4. Click on Next, and you will be asked for Secure Ticket Authority (STA...