You configure clientless access to web applications by creating policies. You can configure the settings for a clientless access policy in the configuration utility. A clientless access policy is composed of a rule and a profile. You can use the preconfigured clientless access policies that come with NetScaler Gateway. You can also create your own custom clientless access policies.
NetScaler Gateway provides preconfigured policies for the following:
Keep in mind the following characteristics of the preconfigured clientless access policies:
Support for other web applications depends on the level of rewrite policies you configure on NetScaler Gateway. Citrix recommends testing any custom policies that you create to ensure that all components of the application rewrite successfully.
If you allow connections from Receiver for Android, Receiver for iOS, or WorxHome, you must enable clientless access. For WorxHome that runs on an iOS device, you must also enable Secure Browse within the session profile. Secure Browse and clientless access work together to allow connections from iOS devices. You do not have to enable Secure Browse if users do not connect with iOS devices.
The Quick Configuration wizard configures the correct clientless access policies and settings for mobile devices. Citrix recommends running the Quick Configuration wizard to configure the correct policies for connections to StoreFront and App Controller.
You can bind custom clientless access policies either globally or to a virtual server. If you want to bind clientless access policies to a virtual server, you need to create a new custom policy and then bind it. To enforce different policies for clientless access either globally or for a virtual server, change the priority number of the custom policy so it has a lower number than the preconfigured policies, thereby giving the custom policy higher priority. If no other clientless access policies are bound to the virtual server, the preconfigured global policies take precedence.
Note: You cannot change the priority numbers of the preconfigured clientless access policies.