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Citrix ShareFile on-premise WITHOUT netscaler

Posted on 2015-02-10
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We are considering setting up Citrix ShareFile to share local storage to mobile devices. We 'd rather keep the setup simple and not use an extra NetScaler device. Does anyone have any experience setting up ShareFile without a Netscaler VPX?
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for security resons a deployment with SSL proxy (like NetScaler) within DMZ is recommended.
But here is a simple deployment without proxy.
http://support.citrix.com/proddocs/topic/sharefile-storagezones-30/sf-deploy-for-evaluation.html#sf-deploy-for-evaluation
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