Citrix Gateway

Configure connections for the Citrix Secure Access agent

You configure user device connections by defining the resources users can access in the internal network. Configuring user device connections includes:

  • Defining the domains to which users are allowed access.
  • Configuring IP addresses for users, including address pools (intranet IPs).
  • Configuring time-out settings.
  • Configuring single sign-on.
  • Configuring client interception.
  • Configuring split tunneling.
  • Configuring connections through a proxy server.
  • Configuring user software to connect through Citrix Gateway.
  • Configuring access for mobile devices.

You configure most user device connections by using a profile that is part of a session policy. You can also define user device connection settings by using intranet applications, preauthentication, and traffic policies.


Windows VPN plug-in and EPA plug-ins collect telemetry data for its various operations. To disable the functionality do the following on the client machine.

Set registry “HKLM\Software\Citrix\Secure Access Client\DisableGA” of type REG_DWORD to 1.

Configure connections for the Citrix Secure Access agent

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