Configuring Citrix ADC SSO to authenticate by impersonation is simpler than configuring than SSO to authenticate by delegation, and is therefore usually preferable when your configuration allows it. You just create a KCD account. You can use the user’s password.
If you do not have the user’s password, you can configure Citrix ADC SSO to authenticate by delegation. Although somewhat more complex than configuring SSO to authenticate by impersonation, the delegation method provides flexibility in that a user’s credentials might not be available to the Citrix ADC appliance in all circumstances.
For either impersonation or delegation, you must also enable integrated authentication on the web application server.