Citrix and sidhistory

Posted on 2013-06-03
Last Modified: 2013-06-04

I would like to find out if Citrix uses the objectSid of the user and the Sidhistory of the user to give access to applications, if the latter exists?

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Ayman Bakr earned 500 total points
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Yes!! Without that it will not be able to enumerate the correct applications for the user. Citrix XML will consult Windows AD for authentication, which in turn passes the access token containing all the SIDs (ObjectSID, SID-History and member Group SIDs), eventually determining the applications for the user via enumeration.

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Yes just think about it is same as terminal service

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