I am trying to find more info about using a Citrix farm through an ISR Web VPN.
I can not find a lot of documentation about it or any example config.
My main question is: What is the user's experence like. Are they presented with a Java session only? Or can they use the Citrix activex web client and have a normal Citrix session as if they were on the internal network. I do no want to deploy using the Web VPN client. Does it emulate a Citrix Access Gateway or Cirix Secure Gateway.
If anyone out there as any experence with this setup please let me know.
To configure Web VPN try following steps: Configure the basic parameters to define a group which will be used to connect to the concentrator, Enable Citrix Metaframe access for that group under WebVPN, Obtain an SSL certificate for the public interface to facilitate Web VPN users to connect, If the Citrix Java Web Client is to be used, JVM version 1.4.2_06 or later must be installed on the client workstation,In addition, the root certificate must also be installed in the JVM root certificate store. All other ICA clients only require that the root certificate be installed in the browser, Access Citrix-enabled terminal service resources through a clientless WebVPN session.
Thanks for the feedback that helped however now I am trying to get it running.
I have setup a 1841 Router with WebVPN, behind a 837 internet router. I have natted through port 443.
I have a Citrix server in side and am publishing it through the WebVpn.
I can connect to the Web Interface but can not launch applications. If I use the activeX component nothing happens at all. If I use the Java client I get an error "Error opening ICa file" "The address of an application server must be specified"
I have internally created certificates installed on the router and the root certificate installed as trusted in IE and Java.
There is an error logging on the 1841 each time I try to launch an application.
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