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To configure NetScaler Gateway settings

Important

For the latest information, please refer to Configuring Settings for Your XenMobile Environment.

NetScaler Gateway supports user access to web, SaaS, and mobile apps and ShareFile only through App Controller. If you also deploy StoreFront or the Web Interface, users have access to Windows-based apps and virtual desktops. You can configure settings for the following options:

  • App Controller only
  • StoreFront only
  • App Controller and StoreFront together
  • Web Interface only
  1. On the Home tab, in NetScaler Gateway, click Configure.
  2. On the NetScaler Gateway Settings page, do the following:
    1. In Name, type the name of the NetScaler Gateway to which users connect.
    2. In IP Address, enter the IP address of the appliance to which users connect.
    3. In Port, type the port number through which users connect. The default port number is 443.
    4. Click Redirect requests from port 80 to secure port to route user connections from an unsecure port (80) to a secure port (443).
  3. Click Continue.
  4. Under Certificates, do one of the following:
    1. Click Choose Certificate and then in Certificate, select the Certificate.

    2. Click Install Certificate and then in Choose Certificate, click Browse. Select Local to navigate to the certificate on your computer. Select Appliance to navigate to the certificate on the NetScaler appliance.

      In Choose Key, repeat the preceding instructions to navigate to the private key for the certificate.

    3. Click Use Test Certificate and then in Certificate FQDN, type the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) that is in the certificate.

  5. In LDAP Authentication Settings, do one of the following:
    1. Click Choose LDAP and then select a server from the list.
    2. Click Configure New and then configure LDAP server settings. Important: If you have an existing LDAP server configured on the appliance, you cannot create a new LDAP server by using integrated XenMobile configuration. You can create additional LDAP authentication policies by using the configuration utility.

After you configure network settings, certificates, and authentication policies, you then configure the settings for the Enterprise Store. The following are procedures for StoreFront, App Controller, and the Web Interface.

To configure settings for StoreFront only

  1. Click XenApp / XenDesktop.
  2. In Deployment Type, select StoreFront.
  3. In StoreFront FQDN, enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the StoreFront server.
  4. In Receiver for Web Path, leave the default path or enter your own path.
  5. Select HTTPS for secure user connections.
  6. In Single Sign-on Domain, enter the domain for StoreFront.
  7. In STA URL, enter the complete IP address or FQDN of the server running the Secure Ticket Authority (STA) if you deploy StoreFront and provide access to published applications from XenApp or virtual desktops from XenDesktop.
  8. Click Done.

When users connect through NetScaler Gateway to StoreFront, users can start their apps and desktops from either the Access Interface, Receiver for Web, or Receiver.

To configure settings for App Controller only

  1. Click XenMobile.
  2. In App Controller FQDN, enter the FQDN for App Controller.
  3. Click Done.

To configure Web Interface settings

  1. In the Quick Configuration wizard, click XenApp / XenDesktop.
  2. In Deployment Type, select Web Interface and then configure the following:
    1. In XenApp Site URL, type the complete IP address or FQDN of the Web Interface.
    2. In XenApp Services Site URL, type the complete IP address or FQDN of the Web Interface with the PNAgent Path. You can enter the default path or enter your own path.
    3. In Single Sign-on Domain, enter the domain to use.
    4. In STA URL, type the complete IP address or FQDN of the server running the STA.
  3. Click Done.

To configure NetScaler Gateway settings