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citrix netscaler access gateway config with xenapp

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could someone give me a brief overview of how to setup a citrix netscaler access gateway (hyperv version).  i just need to know the simplest way to get the ssl certificate installed, I have 2 licenses so can use failover, it needs to provide an external and internal login/portal for staff which will basically present the app/full desktop listed in the load balanced webinterfaces which are already in place. one of my main issues is understanding which ip addresses need assigning
the version is xenapp 6.5
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Hello,

http://blogs.citrix.com/2012/04/10/netscaler-for-the-xendesktopxenapp-dummy/

This is pretty straight forward but the most important thing to get right is the IP addressing.
You need to have a local ip address for management, a separate one for the netscaler to access your citrix farm and another one to access incoming client access.

When you have that done, the rest is straight forward.

Best regards,
Michael
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