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Hi i have a cisco asa 5505 ,we need to publish applications on web VPN , Please help

this is the article i am following from
https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/10234756/problem-loading-java-rdp-and-citrix-ica-cisco-asa

but i can not import the citrix plug in :(

How to deploy the Citrix Plug-in

1. Download the citrix java client from Citrix site

http://www.citrix.com/English/SS/downloads/details.asp?dID=2755&downloadID=20731&pID=186

2. Extract the JICA-configN.jar and JICA-coreN.jar files , and then add them to the Cisco ica-plugin.zip archive file using WinZip

3.Import the ica-plugin.zip into the ASA using ASDM or CLI

i.e. #import webvpn plug-in protocol ica tftp://server/ica-plugin.zip

4. Establish a SSL VPN Clientless session and enter the bookmark/url for the citrix server:

Note: It's recommended that you use url parameters to make for more optimal viewing/resolution.

ica://10.56.1.114/?DesiredColor=4&DesiredHRes=1024&DesiredVRes=768

5. Refer to the citrix admin guide for further instructions and parameters:

Link to the citrix admin guide http://support.citrix.com/servlet/KbServlet/download/6284-102-12977/ICAJava.pdf

6. Please refer to your Citrix EULA to ensure it grants you the rights and permissions to deploy the client on your web servers.
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by:asavener
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What is the command you're using, and what is the error you're getting when you attempt to import the plugin?
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i am using ASDM to import the plugin.
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The steps you reference are the steps that the poster said did not work.  Did you follow this procedure?

So below is what I did and it work just fine now.

Please in order to make Jica working do following step by step:

1. download the Jica (ICA-Java) Components from Citrix web site:

http://www.citrix.com/English/SS/downloads/details.asp?dID=2755&downloadID=20731&pID=186#top

2. download Citrix ICA-Plug-In from Cisco

ASA software page:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/asa

3. when both of these archives are downloaded than do following

unpack the .zip archive named JICAComponents.zip extract following files from this archive:

- cryptojN.jar

- JICA-audioN.jar

- JICA-browseN.jar

- JICA-cdmN.jar

- JICA-clipboardN.jar

- JICA-configN.jar

- JICA-coreN.jar

- JICA-Printer.jar

- JICA-SeamlessN.jar

- JICA-sicaN.jar

- JICA-zlcN.jar

- JICAEngN.jar

- sslN.jar

4. now when these files are extracted in one folder, than open the archive named ica-plugin.zip and add all these files named above on to this ica-plugin.zip file.

5. when this is done, than upload this ica-plugin.zip on to Cisco ASA and add it as ICA Plug-IN on the Cisco ASA.

6. Than create the ICA link on the PORTAL BOOKMARK Template as following:

10.48.24.5/?DesiredColor=4&DesiredHRes=1024&DesiredVRes=768

7. Now we can test it and the Citrix will be loaded trough Clientless SSL.
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by:mohannitin
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yes it is working fine now
i was doing doing a mistake , to create the plugin
i had to add the following files
JICA-ConfigN.jar
JICA-coreN.jar
JICAEngN.jar
JICA-seamlessN.jar
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by:mohannitin
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thanks
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