Does WebVPN Citrix support preclude other uses?

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Jan 8th, 2008

Hi,

I am unclear on exactly how we can use the Citrix support built into WebVPN. We already use the Citrix Web Interface internally. Currently, if a user starts an SSL VPN remote tunnel, they get a page of links, one of which is the Citrix Web Interface.

I understand that the WebVPN Citrix support would allow all of our remote users to use Citrix as well. However, if I enable the "Citrix functions," is this the ONLY thing that URL can be used for? If a user puts that URL into their browser, do they go directly to a Citrix interface?

Any explanation is appreciated!

Thanks,

- Steve

I have this problem too.
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rstevek Mon, 01/14/2008 - 13:54

Thanks! I think I'm getting warmer.

So, the Citrix support does not actually provide an Citrix Web interface, but provides secure ICA traffic from the Citrix servers to a Citrix client installed on the remote computer?

Thanks,

- Steve

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