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Citrix PNAgent Pass-through (SSO) authentication

Posted on 2004-10-27
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I am trying to get pass-through (or Single Sign On) authentication to work with the Citrix Agent client v8. The machine I really need to accomplish this on is a XPe (embedded) thin client, but I haven't actually gotton the SSO bit to work on any computer yet. I have the options configured on my Citrix servers, NFuse server, and on the clients to use SSO method using the locally authenticated credentials for my domain. Whenever I log in, though, it doesn't even attempt to use SSO. Instead, it prompts me to sign on to the Agent and when I check the preferences, the client connection method is back to prompt.
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    Thanks, but I already saw that on the Citrix support site. None of those cases apply to this situation.
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