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Prevent all domain users from logging in Citrix Web Interface

Posted on 2012-04-13
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Dear bros, I've recentlty discovered that all my domain users can login through my Citrix Web interface (Have a secure gateway). I only want to allow users which I have entered in "Remote Desktop Users" under "Computer Management" in the Terminal server to have access. May I know what settings must i change? Thanks a lot.
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by:X-treem
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which version?
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by:totallypatrick
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Its xenapp version 6
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by:Dirk Kotte
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you should not publish the application or the desktop to domain-users.
publish the ressources to a little group of users only.

the login with an empty application set and the message "there are no published ressources for this user" is by design.
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Do you wish for the users to not be able to login via WI/Secure Gateway or to not be able to launch/see applications once authenticated to the WI? CSG typically uses general AD authentication so I don't believe you'll be able to stop anyone from logging in that has a valid account. You could enact some permissions to the IIS site so that disallowed users get a failed to authenticate page or something.
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