Category: NetScaler

Import IIS SSL Certificate to Citrix NetScaler

Import IIS SSL Certificate to Citrix NetScaler

For a recent project I've been configuring a Citrix NetScaler (which are wickedly cool) for load balancing of a web service over SSL. The web service is hosted on a Windows server using IIS, so I wanted to re-use the SSL certificate on the NetScaler. The steps to import IIS SSL certificate...

Citrix NetScaler Active Directory Authentication

The Citrix NetScaler can be configured to authenticate users against a variety of sources including RADIUS, LDAP, TACACS, and PKI certificates. If you are going to use the NetScaler as an Access Gateway (proxy) between and untrusted network such as the internet and your corporate network, you will probably want...

LDAP Load Balancing with Citrix NetScaler v9.3

When using a load balancer in an enterprise environment it opens up the possibilities for service level redundancy that you may not have thought of before. For example, maybe you have appliance devices on the network that can be Active Directory integrated, but only allow you to specify one LDAP...

Load Balancing XenDesktop 5 with NetScaler 9.3

As I mentioned in yesterday's blog post, any enterprise VDI deployment needs redundant broker services for high availability. Other enterprise applications such as Exchange, Lync, and SharePoint can all benefit from a load balancer, be it virtual or physical. Building on yesterday's post about configuring SSL on the NetScaler, it's...

Creating a SSL certificate for Citrix Netscaler

A high availability VDI deployment, such as XenDesktop 5, demands that you use multiple servers to provide broker redundancy. As such, a load balancer such as the Citrix Netscaler comes in mighty handy. The NetScaler can also act as an ICA proxy between a trusted and untrusted network, such as the internet...

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