Citrix Cloud Overview
- About Citrix Cloud
- Service Level Goals
- Third Party Notifications
- Architectural Overview
- Citrix Cloud Service Trials
- Sign up for Citrix Cloud
- How to Get Help and Support
- System Requirements
- Secure Deployment Guide for the Citrix Cloud Platform
Citrix Cloud Management
- Identity and access management
- Monitor license usage for cloud services
- Assign users and groups to service offerings using Library
- Features for Citrix Partners
- Citrix Cloud Resource Locations
- Workspace configuration
Citrix Cloud Services
- Access Control
- App Layering
- License Usage Insights Service
- NetScaler Gateway Service
- NetScaler Management and Analytics Service
- NetScaler Web App Security Service
- Secure Browser
- Smart Tools
- Workspace Environment Management
- XenApp and XenDesktop Service
- XenApp Essentials
- XenDesktop Essentials
- XenMobile Service
- XenMobile MDX Service
- Citrix Cloud Labs
- Advanced Concepts
Cloud Connector Proxy and Firewall Configuration
Port 443 using HTTP traffic, egress only. For full connectivity details, see Internet Connectivity Requirements.
The Cloud Connector supports connection to the Internet through a web proxy server. Both the installer and the services it installs need connections to Citrix Cloud. Internet access needs to be available at both these points.
Important: Enabling SSL decryption on certain proxies might prevent the Cloud Connector from connecting successfully to Citrix Cloud. For more information about resolving this issue, see CTX221535.
The installer will use the settings configured for internet connections. If you can browse the internet from the machine then the installer should also function.
See Changing proxy server settings in Internet Explorer for details of how to configure the proxy settings.
Services at Runtime
The runtime service operates in the context of a local service. It does not use the setting defined for the user (as described above. You need to import the setting from the browser.
To configure the proxy settings for this, open a Command Prompt window and use netsh as follows:
After executing the command, restart the Cloud Connector machine so that the services start up with these proxy settings.
For complete details, see Netsh Commands for Windows Hypertext Transfer Protocol (WINHTTP).
Note: There is no support for auto-detect or PAC scripts.