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Xenapp 6.5 web interface cannot login

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I currently have a DC running xenapp licensing.

I then have  a terminal server that runs both Xenapp Server and Xenapp Web Interface.

It is a very basic setup and I have setup the necessary site. I can navigate to the xenapp website, but when I try to log in I get prompted to verify credentials and try again.

I have had this problem before, but someone else has always repaired it.

Port 8080 is the default port for IIS so the website is as follows:

http://omts01.omacl.local:8080/Citrix/xenapp

I have set the XML port to 8080. Do I need to set the port to another port?

Keep in mind that this is the terminal server, but still shouldn't it look for domain?

Any help would be appreciated.
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I can't use port 80 as it is being utilized  by another instance. I cannot use pass-through either as the remote site is over vpn and stations are not joined to domain. Since DefaultWebSite in IIS is utilizing port 8080, do i need to specify another port for XML?
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Yes, telnet for available port and try changing it accordingly.
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by:piyushranusri
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1. are you trying to login from same domain or different domain ?
2.check and confirm once that, what login method you setup for domain user ?
might be a chance to there.
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