Citrix NFUSE login

Posted on 2005-04-04
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I recently installed IIS and NFuse on my Citrix server - all services are on one box.  I am able to access NFUSE without any difficulty but after entering my username/password/domain I get the following error message:

ERROR: The MetaFrame server farm cannot process your request at this time. The MetaFrame server farm sent HTTP headers indicating that an error occurred. 500 Server Error

Thanks in advance for any help in solving this issue.
Question by:rjRayes
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scrmcna earned 750 total points
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There must be some security setting not set up right.  You can access NFUSE, anyone can probably access it, you're not truly authenticating to the server until you log in.  It could very well be something with IIS.

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Author Comment

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Missed the NFuseAdmin settings when changing the Citrix XML Service port.  Need to register the service with the right port, check in the Citrix Console AND in NfuseAdmin...missed part 3.   Thanks for the info was helpful.

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