I'm running Presentation Server 4.0 on a Windows 2003 Server machine. The farm consitsts of just the one server. The server is behind a firewall and is accessed via a public IP address that is mapped to the servers private IP address using port forwarding. Ports 80 and 1494 are forwarded. As a result, to access the machine externally I've used the command line to set an alternate address.
I've had problems getting this to work with the citrix website but have found that if I create a .ica file and change the address to that of the private one, it works. Therefore, all that needs to be done is create a .ica file for an app, make the modification and copy it to somewhere on the published path ie:
This works. Now for the problem. For some reason, every time you click a .ica, you are presented with a logon box and a new ICA session is created. This happens whether you click the same application a second time or open two different applications. It happens both internally and externally (Using a .ica file without the IP address modified).
This would be fine if each user only needed to run a single app, but there will be cases when a person needs many which will result in many many ICA sessions being create, not to mention the annoyance of the constant logon prompts!
If anyone could offer assistance I'd be most appreciative!
Thanks very much for reading,