In my lab environment I tried to install and use Citrix Web Interface 5.4 on Windows Server 2012. This blog will guide you through the installation and configuration process.
I could not for the life of me find a single script, function or group policy setting that would auto create the Outlook 2007 and 2010 MAPI user profile for my internal users. Perhaps my scenario is different than most. My situation was a XenApp server which both external clients and internal employee’s connect to for published apps. I didn’t want to add a logon script to my internal user’s GPO because it would run on their local machines and inside of the ICA session, and I didn’t want to run a computer level script because it would run for […]
There are several methods to hide local hard drives in XenApp or Terminal Services for your end users, but I feel only one is superior, group policy loopback processing combined with the new Group Policy preferences item-level targeting available in Server 2008. Instead of modifying all of your users individual GPO’s or configuring registry hacks or writing a bunch of bandaid scripts, you need only modify one GPO which is applied to your Citrix servers. Therefore this cuts down on administration and increases simplicity (KISS). Since I haven’t seen many articles explaining this method, here is my first post of […]
After installing all prerequisite dependencies and setting up a XenApp 6.5 Web Interface 5.4 on IIS 7.5, I was getting the error “401.3 – Unauthorized: Access is denied due to an ACL set on the requested resource” whenever I tried to access the web interface front end using the default IUSR account for anonymous authentication. I tried every combination of troubleshooting I could think of: looked through IIS logs, changed the Anonymous Authentication credentials to use the Application pool identity instead of IUSR, changed the application pool’s identity to run as NetworkService instead of ApplicationPoolIdentity, added NTFS ACL read permissions for […]