Citrix Web Interface configuration

At some point in the past we upgraded to MPS4 from MPS XP, which included the web interface update. Everything worked pretty much straight out of the box. Wahoo!
Recently, due a massive upgrade project, we changed the ip structure of the entire network (from class C to sub-netted class B). In the old configuration screens (Citrix Admin web pages) there were settings for which networks are to be considered internal and which are external and what to put in the launch.ica file for each.

I am assuming that this needs to be updated after our IP structure change, but for the life of me, I cannot find it in the new MPS4  Access Suite Console settings for the internal networks. Is there a backdoor - or config file somewhere or reg entry that can be changed if I can't do it GUI?

The issue that alerted me is the launch.ica file when generated on the internal network through the web interface shows external addresses and ports. Naturally the servers are not found from the inside with that addressing. Externally everything works fine.
I thought at first it might be because the servers are now on a separate subnet that the workstations - but machines on the same subnet get the same lauch.ica file.

On the web interface configuration section of the Access Suite Console, there are two choices that throw .net framework errors. Edit DMZ Settings and Display Settings. So I can't see what's in there.

Assuming not very difficult - but extremely urgent.



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chrisnewman01Commented:
Here's the config file:  \inetpub\wwwroot\citrix\metaframe\conf\webinterface.conf

Perform an IISRESET after modifying...

Good luck,
Chris
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SropesAuthor Commented:
the path is not the same - apparently a non-standard install path - but the filename and structure helped locate it.
It was set to use the class C as the "normal" - changed it to the base of the class B and away we go! THANKS.
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chrisnewman01Commented:
No problem.  Glad you found it...
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