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Creating the Session Profile for PNA Services for App Controller

If users connect with Receiver versions that do not support the StoreFront services protocol, you can configure a session policy for PNA Services. You can configure this session policy for the following Receiver versions:

  • Receiver for Mac 11.4 and earlier versions
  • Receiver for Android 3.0 and earlier versions
  • Receiver for iOS 5.5 and earlier version

Important: User connections with any version of Receiver for Windows is not supported with PNA Services.

When you configure the session profile for PNA Services, you must enable single sign-on (SSO) in order to use ICA proxy. PNA services do not support SSO, so you need to use the complete URL for the PNA site as the Web Interface home page. When you enable PNA legacy support in StoreFront, make sure to specify the server URL on the StoreFront server when entering the Web Interface address in the session profile. You can also enter the Web Interface XenApp Services site of an existing XenApp or XenDesktop farm.

To create the session profile for PNA Services

  1. In the configuration utility, on the Configuration tab, in the navigation pane, expand NetScaler Gateway > Policies and then click Session.
  2. In the details pane, on the Profiles tab, click Add.
  3. In Name, type a name for the profile.
  4. Click the Client Experience tab, and next to Single Sign-on to Web Applications, click Override Global and then select the check box for Single Sign-on to Web Applications.
  5. Click the Published Applications tab and then do the following:
    1. Next to ICA Proxy, click Override Global, and then select ON.

    2. In Web Interface Address, click Override Global, and then type the web address for StoreFront.

      For example, enter https://\<StoreFrontFQDN\>/Citrix/\<StoreName/PNAgent where StoreFrontFQDN is the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of StoreFront and StoreName is the name of the store.

  6. Click Create.

After you close the session profile, you then create the rule for the policy.

Creating the Session Profile for PNA Services for App Controller