XenAPP 6 - Single Sign On

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How does single sign-on differ from pass through authenticaion. ALso can the single sign on featuer be added on later on without having to reinstall XEnAPP itself
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Top Expert 2010
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Citrix Single Sign-on (formerly Citrix Password Manager) provides password security and single sign-on access to Windows, Web, and terminal emulator applications running in the Citrix environment as well as applications running on the desktop. Users authenticate once and Single Sign-on does the rest, automatically logging on to password-protected information systems, enforcing password policies, monitoring all password-related events, and even automating user tasks, including password changes.
When the user connects to applications published on different servers, passthrough client authentication enables XenApp to automatically pass user credentials from the initial server to the server hosting the next application. This prevents the user from having to re-authenticate when opening applications on different servers.

SSO can be installed at any time.

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Thanks..

ALso I have XenAP enterprise edtion. is it ok to install the Edgse Site server featuer on the same server that will host my web interface???? I only have 150 citrix licenses
Carl WebsterCitrix Technology Professional - Fellow
Top Expert 2010
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I personally would not.  I believe the ES server should be a dedicated server.

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