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Citrix HTTP to HTTPS Redirection

Posted on 2009-07-16
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Hi guys, I have enabled HTTP to HTTPS redirection on my Citrix Web Interface servers.  Everything is ok when users connect from our internal network.  However, there's an issue when they try to connect from the internet.  An error message saying "Error: None of the configured Secure Gateway for Metaframe Presentation Server STAs are available".  Any idea?
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by:amichaell
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Have you configured your STA servers through Secure Gateway?
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Hi, I didn't do any change on STA.  In the DMZ Settings -> Secure Gateway Support, the STA list is set to the http://servername/scripts/CtxSTA.dll.  Should I set it to https://servername/scripts/CtxSTA.dll?
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Hello guys, any ideas? Thank you!
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STA runs over 80 (by default), so you'll want to keep to http rather than https for your STA settings.
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