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Is there a way to customize the logon page that the Citrix Access Gateway presents?  I just simply want to change the text Password 1 and Password 2 with something slightly more descriptive. A bit further down the line I can see us wanting to change the style sheet on the page so it's company branded.  I've heard that "technically" you can but you can run in to issues if you ever have to contact citrix for support...  Any advice on that would be greatly appreciated also.

Thanks!
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by:basraj
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1)      From the console of the server/machine launch the Unix Tool ‘WinSCP’.
2)      Copy the following files from the CAG device to your local machine;
•      /netscaler/ns_gui/vpn/logon.js
3)      On the local machine open (with notepad) the newly copied logon.js.
4)      Search the file for the string ‘Password’.
5)      Replace ‘Password’ with ‘Your Password
6)      Search the file for the string ‘Password 2’.
7)      Replace ‘Password 2’ with ‘RAS PIN & TOKEN
8)      On the CAG device rename login.js to ‘login.js<date> - where date represents the current date.
9)      Copy login.js from the local machine back to the CAG device.
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That's not configured in the Logon Page.
Go to the "Authentication", then to the "Authentication" tab, and to the very right of the "Realm Name:" field, click the button "Advanced".
Rename your password fields as required.
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by:dsiefert
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Basraj:
When I make those modifications to logon.js the text just disappears in front of the password boxes.

oBdA:
I couldn't find that realm name field, are you in the netscaler config (in navigation view) or somewhere else?

Thanks guys.
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Sorry then, I was talking about the Citrix Access Gateway "Standard", not the Netscaler version (which has a completely different codebase); disregard my comment.
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I found my answer for the password fields here:

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX126206
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