Citrix Nfuse login problem

Posted on 2003-02-27
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Last Modified: 2008-03-03
We recently installed Citrix Nfuse Classic and want to use it for deploying the Desktop over the internet. When going to our site you can fill in you username, password and the domain. The authentication works fine, but when you click the 'Desktop' icon that apears you cannot connect to the citrix server.
Because it did work on the LAN i edited the launch.ica and found that when the internal ip-adress was manually replaced by the extenal adres and than saved and clicked it worked. I tried to replace the numbers on several locations in Nfuse now but i don't get it going? What am i doing wrong?
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geoffryn earned 400 total points
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Citrix has a doc on configuring Nfuse with NAT their site.  You need to set the alt address parameter.

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