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Xenapp 6.5 server (stand alone).  In a workgroup in the DMZ - No Active Directory

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I have a Xenapp 6.5 server (standalone) in the DMZ with no access to AD.  I need access trough the web interface to the applications.  I know I need some sort of authentication method.  Can I do this locally? with some sort of ACL lists etc?  I have no problem accessing the farm locally.  I really need help with this one.
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Question by:Chad Franks
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by:Chad Franks
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clarification:  I need external customers to be able to access the farm through the web interface.
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by:Sekar Chinnakannu
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You can configure anonymous users setup to access the app through web interface.
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by:Dirk Kotte
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i think it should be possible with local hostname as domain.  (servername\user)
because there is no central credential-store within the workgroup only the servers local users availeble.

if you need more authentication options you should create a little AD.
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Both of these answers are correct.  You would either configure anonymous access, or point your WI at the XML service on your XA server, and create local accounts.  Ideally, you'll change your WI config to restrict domain access, and prepopulate it with the name of the XA server.

Is this WI also used to access servers internally?

Also, be sure your Secure Access is configured correctly..

Coralon
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