[THIN] Re: Citrix port test from a webpage?

I agree - CSG was meant to do that.  Unfortunately if the client side uses a
proxy that has NTLM authentication, the client (web, java, etc) wont work.
Citrix have told me this will be fixed in the publicly released version of
Version 7 of the client.  Version 7 of the client in the technology preview
is an older build and its still not fixed.

Once client NTLM authentication has been fixed then you can truly say you
can transverse any firewall or proxy.

Chris

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From: Carlos Sanabria [mailto:csanabria@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, 9 April 2003 6:51 AM
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Subject: [THIN] Re: Citrix port test from a webpage?



Or maybe you can implement a Citrix Secure Gateway an traverse any
firewalls or proxies out there....

- Carlos

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Has anyone created any form of client side testing for 1494
connectivity?  We have several clients who use a NFUSE interface to
provide software demonstrations.  The problem that they are continually
experiencing is that the user's sites have either firewalls or unknown
proxies in place.  What I am thinking about doign is using either a java
or active-x based object in a webpage to attempt to connect back to the
Citrix server from the client machine as like a "pre-cursor" to the
actual live demonstrations.  I thought perhaps someone would have
something like this in place already for testing client side
connectivity.
 
Thanks in advance, 
 
John Hardwick

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