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Website not available from Access mgmt console.

Hi Experts,
i am not able to view the webinterface site from the access mgmt console, after doing the discovery process too it's not showing. While doing the discovery process if i mention Webiinterface server name then it's showing error "The RPC server can not be contacted on server "webinterface server name"
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anupam1983
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amichaellCommented:
Assuming web interface has been installed?  What version of web interface and XenApp?
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anupam1983Author Commented:
Hi amichaell,

Webinterface version is 5.1 and XenApp is 4.5, yes WI has been installed and site has been created.

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LearnctxEngineerCommented:
Are you running the Access Management Console from a remote machine and trying to connect to the WI server? What is you try running the Access Management Console from the Web Interface server?
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anupam1983Author Commented:
Hi Learnctx,

i am not able to get web interface from the access mgmt console. Access mgmt console in installed on one of the Citrix server.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
Did you install the Web Interface 5.1.1 Mgmt Console update?

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anupam1983Author Commented:
Hi CarlWebster,

find the attached screen shot of the Access mgmt consol. And tell me if i had miss something.
WI-Error.JPG
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Carl WebsterCommented:
Did you install BOTH of these?


WI5.1.1.jpg
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anupam1983Author Commented:
Hi CarlWebster,

but on WI server, we can view through Access mgmt console only, on WI server we have not installed any WI mgmt console. So why can't view the same on other citrix servers with Access mgmt console.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
You cannot view the WI sites on a non WI server.

You cannot view PS servers on a WI server.
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anupam1983Author Commented:
Hi CarlWebster,
do i need to install WI mgmt consol on PS server to view WI site.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
No, what you are wanting cannot be done.  There is NO way to manage or view a WI site from a non WI server.  A WI site can ONLY be viewed on the server the site was created on.  Even if you had two WI servers, serverA could not see or manage the sites created on serverB.  Also, serverB could not see or manage the sites created on serverA.
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anupam1983Author Commented:
HI CarlWebster,

then what is the use of WI mgmt console, i can't find it on WI server, but we have SG mgmt console, after installing SG on the same server. Where to get Wi mgmt console.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
When you install Web Interface, you should also install the Access Mgmt Console (AMC) and then the 5.1.1 WI mgmt console update.  Rerun the installation, install the AMC and then install the 5.1.1 mgmt console.
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anupam1983Author Commented:
Hi CarlWebster,
if i rerun the istallation, will my WI site will be there or i need to create a new one.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
How did you create the site without the mgmt console installed on the WI server?
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anupam1983Author Commented:
Hi Carl,

i created the site by right clicking on WI folder under access mgmt console.
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anupam1983Author Commented:
see the screenshot how i created the site.
WI-Error.JPG
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Carl WebsterCommented:
Why is this being closed with no points awarded?  We tried our best to help!
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