Citrix did a lot of announcements on cloud products the last year(s) as Barry Schiffer already covered here. One of the core products of this cloud offer is the Citrix NetScaler.. Or AGEE.. Or AGE.. So after discussing this several times with customers I decided to write a blog post on the difference in Citrix NetScaler products and versions.
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A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by 10Zig to do a review of their newest and latest thin client, the 10Zig 5818v WE8 Thin Client and as you may (or may not) know me, I’m always curious to see what’s new in modern days technology.
Yesterday Barry Schiffer posted a new blog titled Citrix NetScaler Access Gateway What’s the real amount of ICA proxy users you can handle? which is a result of conversations he had with a couple of great minds of this industry and basically he’s doing some research on how many users your remote access device can handle and what kind of certificate you’re using.
In my recent blogpost on “NetScaler, WI and the Citrix Receiver 5.7.. “The gateway settings are incorrect” you could read how I configured the Citrix NetScaler for mobile devices (ICA Proxy) and laptops (SSL VPN). During the project new requirements came up and I had to do an End Point Analysis on the laptop to make sure that they were only allowed to do SSL VPN when the machine was domain joined to the customer domain.
For one of my projects I was configuring a NetScaler HA Pair and after configuring the SSL VPN for laptops I wanted to configure a session profile to reroute mobile users (iOS devices running the Citrix Receiver 5.7) based on their User-Agent in the HTTP Header to a ICA Proxy enabled WI Services site. The SSL VPN was working including 2fact auth and SSO so I knew the start was good 😉