Citrix Gateway

Integrating with Citrix Products

If you are a system administrator responsible for installing and configuring Citrix Gateway, you can configure the appliance to support Citrix Endpoint Management, StoreFront, and the Web Interface.

Users can connect directly to Endpoint Management from the internal network or from a remote location. When users connect, they can access their web, SaaS, and mobile apps. They can also support documents located in ShareFile from any device.

To allow user connections to a server farm through Citrix Gateway, you configure settings in either StoreFront or the Web Interface, and on Citrix Gateway. When users connect, they have access to published applications and virtual desktops.

The configuration steps for integrating Citrix Gateway with Endpoint Management, StoreFront, and the Web Interface assume the following:

  • Citrix Gateway resides in the DMZ and is connected to an existing network.
  • Citrix Gateway is deployed as a standalone appliance and remote users connect directly to Citrix Gateway.
  • StoreFront, Endpoint Management, Citrix Virtual Apps, Citrix Virtual Desktops, and the Web Interface reside in the secure network.
  • ShareFile is configured in Endpoint Management. For more information about ShareFile, see ShareFile topic and Configuring ShareFile for User Access topic.

How you deploy StoreFront and Endpoint Management depends on the apps you provide to mobile devices. If users have access to MDX apps that are wrapped with the MDX Toolkit, Endpoint Management resides in front of StoreFront in the secure network. If you are not providing access to MDX apps, StoreFront resides in front of Endpoint Management in the secure network.

Integrating with Citrix Products

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