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Adding PNAgent service site onto existing CSG3.1

We have working Citrix Secure Gateway 3.1 on the same Citrix Web interface server configured as Access Plateform site.

For some good reason i need to create/add PNA Service Site onto existing CSG, i just wanted to know if i create PNA Service site will this impact on existing web interface server? As far as i understand that by doing this - it simply adds an additional path below the root site and it should be

https://mycitrix.company.com/citrix/accessplatform/pnagent/config.xml
OR https://mycitrix.company.com/citrix/pnagent/config.xml

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Carl WebsterCommented:
Very simple to do.  Create the PNAgent site and you are basically done.  There is some configuration that needs to be done.

You should be able to use this article I wrote to help guide you: http://www.dabcc.com/article.aspx?id=15210
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tech2010Author Commented:
Thanks carl, by creating this additional PNAgent site should impact existing access plateform site or any IIS configurations or any existing user sessions on CSG?
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tech2010Author Commented:
Like IIS already using port 444 for access plateform so when i create it try to setup on the same port, will there any issue as i dont want to cause any issue on the existing plateform. I know i can always remove PNA service site any time if there is a problem.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
Creating a new PNAgent site (XenApp Services Site) will have no impact on any existing site or any IIS configurations or any existing user sessions or on CSG.

When you create the new PNAgent site, it will automagically pick up all the SSL stuff.
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tech2010Author Commented:
Thanks alot
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TreyBcoolCommented:
Just create the PNA site on the same web interface server and mirror your WI settings for everything inclduing secure access.
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