If you are using
Device Manager with App Controller to provide apps to your Worx Home users, you
will need to configure the Device Manager server and App Controller to
communication between Device Manager and App Controller, install secure signed
certificates. App Controller needs to initiate communication with Device
Manager and App Controller must validate the server certificate from Device
Manager. When Device Manager initiates communication with App Controller, it
needs to validate the server certificate from App Controller. This handshake
fails if the issuer of the certificate is not trusted on both systems.
If you select
Secure Communication in the App Controller management console,
Device Manager communicates with App Controller on a secure port (for example:
443). This secure communication requires public certificates on both servers,
and requires that the ports are open in both directions.
between Device Manager and App Controller are RESTful API calls if the traffic
occurs over port 80. The typical communication is App Controller communicating
with Device Manager that the user needs an application from Worx Home. Device
Manager could also contact App Controller to find out if App Controller exists
and if the user is part of an Active Directory group that synchronized with App
Note: To allow users
to connect to Windows-based apps or virtual desktops, users must have Citrix
Receiver installed on their devices.
configure Device Manager and App Controller to communicate, you can then test