At my company we have a Citrix Portal server running for our remote home workers. The server is running Windows Server 2003 SP1. The home workers have the Citrix ICA Client and a rootcertificate installed so that they are able to load our portal website.
Now we have a problem with one user. The user has Windows Vista Home Premium edition installed and also has installed the ica client together with the rootcertificate. He then goes to our portal site and then already he gets the message that the rootcertificate is not trusted but he has the option to still proceed to the site (and he does). After loading he's able to login normally and after that he sees the applications wich he can use, he starts one up and then gets the message that the ica client is not vista compatible but is allowed to still use it and also this goes good.
But after loading the ica client the following message appears:
"SSL Erro 61: You have not chosen to trust the issuer of the server's security certificate."
With only the option of clicking OK the user is back where he started with seeing the applications.
Does anybody know how to solve this problem? It's for sure a Vista problem or related to it since its working totally fine with home workers using Windows XP or 2000.
Thnx for the help,