Global Server Load Balancing: Part 1

In this two-part blog post, I will talk about the Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) feature provided by the NetScaler.…

Configuring GSLB for XenMobile

Customers have many requirements. As I usually deal with large customers, a disaster recovery solution is always one of them.…

Troubleshooting Linux VDA Registration Issues

By far the most common Linux VDA support issue is the VDA not registering. This is often caused by misconfigured…

Service Proximity in the Intranet

Ain’t nothing like playing the Lego game of Application Networking architecture — anonymous application networking architect While L3-networking could be…

Domain to Kerberos Realm Mapping

What’s a Kerberos Realm? A Kerberos realm is the domain over which a Kerberos authentication server has the authority to…

DDC Names and CNAME Support

What is a CNAME? A DNS CNAME record, sometimes referred to as an alias record, is used to map an…

WorxWeb and Kerberos Impersonation SSO

Kerberos and WorxWeb Overview of Kerberos Kerberos was originally started in the 1989 to provide authentication in an unsecure world. …

VDA Configuration Options – Part 2

This is a second part of blog post series about Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) Registration configuration: VDA Configuration Options –…

Amazon-Style VPC in Citrix CloudPlatform

Virtual private cloud is denoted as VPC. A private cloud built within the public cloud, that cloud is referred to …

Configuration Notes for NTLM Authentication Using NTLM WebAuth

For NTLM user-side authentication Netscaler had traditionaly used SMB Protocol to establish connection with Domain Controller and authenticate users. The…

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