- Configuring NetScaler Gateway with the First-time Setup Wizard
- Configuring Settings with the Quick Configuration Wizard
- Configuring Settings by Using the NetScaler Gateway Wizard
You can configure settings in NetScaler Gateway to enable communication with App Controller, StoreFront, or Web Interface by using the Quick Configuration wizard. When you complete the configuration, the wizard creates the correct policies for communication between NetScaler Gateway, App Controller, StoreFront, or the Web Interface. These policies include authentication, session, and clientless access policies. When the wizard completes, the policies are bound to the virtual server.
When you complete the Quick Configuration wizard, NetScaler Gateway can communicate with App Controller or StoreFront, and users can access their Windows-based applications and virtual desktops and web, SaaS, and mobile apps. Users can then connect directly to App Controller.
During the wizard, you configure the following settings:
The Quick Configuration wizard supports LDAP, RADIUS, and client certificate authentication. You can configure two-factor authentication in the wizard by following these guidelines:
You cannot create multiple LDAP authentication policies by using the Quick Configuration wizard. For example, you want to configure one policy that uses sAMAccountName in the Server Logon Name Attribute field and a second LDAP policy that uses the User Principal Name (UPN) in the Server Logon Name Attribute field. To configure these separate policies, use the NetScaler Gateway configuration utility to create the authentication policies. For more information, see Configuring LDAP Authentication.
You can configure certificates for NetScaler Gateway in the Quick Configuration wizard by using the following methods:
You can open the Quick Configuration wizard in one of the following two ways:
After you initially run the wizard, you can run the wizard again to create additional virtual servers and settings.
When you finish configuring the network and authentication settings, you can then configure XenMobile (App Controller) or XenApp / XenDesktop (StoreFront or Web Interface) settings.
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:
When you click Continue from the preceding procedure, you can then configure the settings for your deployment scenario. The following procedures start on the Citrix Integration Settings page.
After you create the virtual server, editing the virtual server in the Quick Configuration wizard does not allow you to change XenMobile or XenApp/XenDesktop settings.
For example, if you cancel the configuration of a virtual server at any stage before configuring the Citrix Enterprise Store settings, the wizard automatically selects the Web interface without configuring any settings. When this situation occurs, you can edit the virtual server details for configuring the Web Interface, but you cannot switch to XenMobile. To switch, you must create a new virtual server and must not cancel the wizard at any time during the configuration. If you do not need the Web Interface virtual server, you can delete it by using the Quick Configuration wizard.
When users connect through NetScaler Gateway to StoreFront, users can start their apps and desktops from either Receiver for Web or Receiver.