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How to implement Citrix Meta frame support on the Cisco 3000 series vpn concentrator ?



Perform these steps to implement Citrix MetaFrame support on the Cisco VPN 3000 Series Concentrator with the Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) Web client:

  1. On the VPN concentrator, create a group called Citrix_CCO ID.  

    Note: If the CCO user ID is bpugh, the group name would be Citrix_bpugh.

  2. Use the CCO user ID to create a unique user, and make the user a member of the previously created group.  

  3. Under the WebVPN tab of the group, enable Citrix MetaFrame support.  

  4. Under Servers and URLs, enter Citrix Services in the Name field, then choose HTTP Server for the server type, and enter in the Remote Server field.  

  5. On the Certificate Management page, re-generate the public Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate and enter the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) in the Common Name (CN) field.  

  6. Log out of the admin session and on the local PC, add the FQDN as entered in the CN field of the public SSL certificate.  

  7. Clear the browser cache and cookies, and add the FQDN as a trusted site.  

  8. From the browser, initiate a WebVPN connection. Use the FQDN to install the SSL certificate into the browser.  

  9. Click View Certificate at the Security Alert prompt, and install the certificate in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities store.  

  10. Click Yes to proceed.  

  11. Enter the logon credentials for the WebVPN session created in steps 1 and 2 of this procedure.  

  12. From the WebVPN home page, click on the previously created Citrix URL.  

  13. On the Citrix Web Interface page, enter userx for the username and the password.  

    Note: Ask your lab instructor for the value of x in the username.

  14. Launch a published application from the Citrix Web Interface page.
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