If you want to use your NetScaler for all things that need to be accessible from the outside, over a single IP address, that poses an issue. As is usually a problem with small to medium sized businesses which only have
This short blog describes how to enable NetScaler 11’s Content Switching feature to proxy your AD FS infrastructure thus getting rid of a dedicated AD FS Proxy server.
As I’m always thankful for any tool that might come in handy during troubleshooting sessions I thought that this might be interesting for you NetScaler/XenMobile guys as well. Just recently I stumbled upon this neat little article: CTX141060 – Citrix
During implementing quite some XenMobile 10.x solutions in the last couple of months I came across some issues that caused quite some headaches. Therefore I’d like to document and share my lessons learned in this new blog. As all my implementations
Almost everybody has struggled with the now infamous Error 1030 (The connection to “ApplicationName” failed with status (1030)) when connecting with Citrix Receiver for Windows to XenDesktop through NetScaler and StoreFront. There even is an whole armada of articles available
After upgrading my existing and fully functional NetScaler v10.5 Build 57.7 to the latest v11.0 Build 55.23 and implementing Unified Gateway for XenMobile and XenDesktop, my users were unable to SAML authenticate with ShareFile, i.e. by using their MDX wrapped
When trying to connect to a XenDesktop 7.x and StoreFront 2.x based environment through NetScaler from an external Windows computer you could receive the following error upon finishing the Citrix Receiver initial wizard: Your account cannot be added using this