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How to enable pass thru authentication for Citrix Store Front legacy URL to enumerate XenApp Pub apps and Desktops?

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Hello there,

I have aggregated multiple XenApp farms in different domains (A and B) in Citrix Store Front server which is again in another domain (C). All the three domains are having transitive 2 x way trust in place.

When user domain A user logs in Domain C with the Citirx receiver pointing to Legacy support URL, the receiver prompts for username and password.

Please advise how to ensure pass thru authentication is in place?

Thanks and Regards
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by:goprasad
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Please advise.
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Dirk Kotte earned 2000 total points
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first:
do your xenapp servers and controllers reach all DC's within all domains?

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are you sure you install and configure receiver with pass through at the client correctly?
(is it working if you use storefront from site C with a farm at site C ?? )

which receiver do you use?
take a look to the following sites:
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX134280
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX133855
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by:goprasad
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@dkotte - yes controllers and XenApp servers can reach DCs on all domains.

Yes if I change the Server address in domain c to storefront legacy URL and login using domain c credentials, pass thru works fine. I have replaced the prompt to sson in web.config files in both storefront servers and restarted iis.

But when domain A user logs into domain C using domain c credentials with PNAgent pointing to storefront legacy URL, I am still receiving Logon prompt from receiver.

Not sure what is forcing Citrix receiver to prompt for credentials?
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by:Dirk Kotte
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sorry, don't understand partly the following:
"But when domain A user logs into domain C using domain c credentials with PNAgent pointing to storefront legacy URL, I am still receiving Logon prompt from receiver."

when a user from domain A (authenticated with domain A credentials on a domain A pc ) try to connect to storefront located within domain C ... i think the only credentials the user own to pass through are from domain A.
SF within domain C has to accept the domain A credentials.  
I am wrong with this?

Which credentials your user type if asked from SF?
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