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How Do I Get Single Signon To Work in XenApp 5

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I am trying to setup the Citrix Web Interface version 5.0.1 to work with XenApp 5.0.  Specifically,
I want to the web interface to launch and authenticate using the current Windows credentials.
That part is working by using pass-through authentication.  However, whenever I launch a
Published application through the web interface, I get prompted for credentials.  The window
that comes up looks like a terminal services box.  If I logon to that box, all published applications
that I launch after that do not bring up the prompt.

I want to be able to not have that first logon request come up, but pass my Windows credentials
on as well.  Is there a way to do this?
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by:Carl Webster
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When you installed XenApp 5, one of the options was the pass-through client.  Modify your current install and add that option.
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by:wolverine_mdt
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O.k.  I already have the passthrough client installed, but only the Citrix XenApp Plugin option.  Do I need to do the Program Neighborhood as well?
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by:wolverine_mdt
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Just tried to do the Program Neighborhood option and it didn't work.  It says everything is already installed, but if I run setup again, the PN option still has a red X on it.
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Thanks to all for zero help on this one.
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