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Restrict access the Citrix XenApp published application

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I'm currently running Citrix XenApp 6.5 in my environment. I have a secure WI setup that non-internal users log into to see their access published applications and this works fine. However, I have internal users that don't want to log into the WI to access their published application. The app I'm publishing is IE8. I setup this published app with anonymous access but all users can see this app, even users that have to authenticate. Is there a way I can restrict  to who can see this published app without having my internal users needing to authenticate? Or is there a better of way doing this than I'm currently doing?
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by:Jayanta Sarmah
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Did you thought about a  Xenapp service site with PNA agent for internal users that could be a good fit if I understood your query well.

Also go through the below article if you have not already :

http://citrixgeeks.com/2012/12/13/restricting-access-to-the-web-interface-and-pnagentservices-sites/

Hope this is of any help ....

Cheers....
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by:mcwell2003
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The article was helpful but it wasn't exactly what I was looking for. My internal users don't want to authenticate at all. What would be ideal is for external users to authenticate and view their published apps while internal users basically want anonymous access to their published app. The problem I'm running into is that with anonymous access all users are able to see IE listed as a published app, not just the internal users it is intended for.
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Vijaya Reddy Pinnapa Reddy earned 500 total points
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I was able to use the article about hiding a published app in the WI to develop my own workaround. Thanks for your assistance.
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