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Citrix Web Interface Service and Support

The following page deals with Citrix NFuse and Web Interface 4.0, 4.1 and 4.2.   For newer versions of Web Interface and for more information on Web Interface please visit our new Citrix Web Interface page here: http://www.dabcc.com/channel.aspx?id=77

Citrix has renamed the one and only NFuse to the new name of Web Interface 2.0. I think you will find it to be everything NFuse was and a bit more. Below I have added a few add-on solutions already ready for mass consumption for Web Interface. Do note that like anything, test them first.

Web Interface 4.0, 4.1 and 4.2

How to Install Web Interface 4.0 with ADFS Support on a Computer without Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services
The following Citrix support article details how to install Web Interface 4.0 with ADFS Support on a computer that does not have Microsoft Active Dire… Posted on Thursday, July 06, 2006 – 16:42:37

How to Remove the "Other clients are available from the Citrix client download site" Download Link from the Message Center
The following Citrix support article details how to remove the “ Other clients are available from the Citrix client download site ” download link from… Posted on Thursday, July 06, 2006 – 16:41:38

Web Interface for Resource Manager 1.1
Got Citrix Resource Manager? Try out Web Interface for Resource Manager… Posted on Monday, June 19, 2006 – 16:57:49

How to Deploy the Citrix Java Client to use Microsoft JVM in Web Interface 4.x
The following Citrix support article details how to deploy the Citrix Java Client to use the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (MSJVM) in Web Interface 4… Posted on Thursday, June 15, 2006 – 15:24:01

Citrix ICA Client 9.2 Receives “Protocol Driver Error” when Connecting through Citrix Secure Gateway 3.0
The following Citrix support article details how to troubleshoot issues when using Version 9.200 of the Citrix Presentation Server Client, users may nPosted on Thursday, June 15, 2006 – 15:21:49

Citrix Web Interface with Active Directory Federation Services Support Administrator’s Guide Released
It looks like Citrix support is about to release a new version of Web Interface with ADFS support for Citrix Presentation Server 4.0. It will be a s… Posted on Wednesday, May 10, 2006 – 17:06:55
 

How to Remove the User’s Settings Icon in Web Interface 4.0
The following Citrix support article describes how to remove the user’s settings icon from the toolbar on Web Interface 4.0. Using this method will pr… Posted on Friday, April 14, 2006 – 06:47:30

How to Remove the Advanced Options Link from the Citrix Web Interface 4.0 Login Page
If you would like to remove the “A dvanced Options” page of the Web Interface 4.0 login page then all you need to do is perform the following procedur… Posted on Friday, March 03, 2006 – 07:26:35

Citrix Java Client Does Not Launch from Web Interface
The following Citrix support article addresses the issues where Applications do not launch from Web Interface using the Citrix Java Client. Users see … Posted on Friday, March 03, 2006 – 07:28:39

How to Configure Web Interface to Return the Client IP Address through a Secure Gateway 3.0 Connection
If you are using Citrix Secure Gateway 3.0 to connect to your Citrix published applications through Web Interface 4.0 then by default you will see the… Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2006 – 08:23:00

Password Expiry Detection Failure in Web Interface 4.0
The following Citrix support article defines how to address the dreaded, “Your user credentials have expired” error when connecting to Citrix Presenta… Posted on Tuesday, February 28, 2006 – 07:12:23

Create Site Option is Missing After Installing Web Interface 4.2
After installing Citrix Web Interface 4.2, the “Create Site” option is missing from the Access Suite Console. … Posted on Tuesday, February 07, 2006 – 04:37:29

How to Display the User Names in Welcome Section of the Web Interface Page – WI 4.0 Mod
Have you ever wanted to display the authenticated username on the Web Interface page, as follows? … Posted on Friday, January 27, 2006 – 07:26:34

How to Configure Web Interface for Microsoft SharePoint with Access Gateway with Advanced Access Control
The following Citrix article explains how to install and configure Web Interface for SharePoint with the Citrix Access Gateway with Advanced Access Co… Posted on Tuesday, January 24, 2006 – 12:27:25

Citrix Web Interface 4.0 compatibility with Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
A while back I posted an article that Web Interface did not work with .NET Framework 2,.0. The issue is that when .NET 2.0 is installed the Access Sui… Posted on Friday, January 20, 2006 – 06:16:53 Web Interface 4.0 Command-line Installation and Site Management
Web Interface 4.0 supports installation, uninstallation, site creation, site modification, and site removal through command line utilities. These util… Posted on Friday, January 20, 2006 – 06:22:27

Microsoft Releases IIS Diagnostics Toolkit (x86)
The IIS Diagnostics Toolkit is a combined release of popular tools used by today’s IIS users. In the January 2006 release, Microsoft combined the prev… Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 – 05:12:10

Citrix Web Interface 4.0 Troubleshooting Guide
This document is intended as a guide to understand and troubleshoot features in Citrix Web Interface for Presentation Server 4.0. It is intended to su… Posted on Tuesday, December 27, 2005 – 11:19:43

WARNING!Web Interface and .NET Framework 2.0 are NOT Compatible!
Beware, Citrix Web Interface 4.0 is not compatible with Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, if just won’t be able to communicate.For example, you might expe… Posted on Monday, November 21, 2005 – 10:28:48

Citrix Features Explained: Web Interface and Secure Gateway
Citrix recently released a series of documents they call, “Feature Guides”. These guides give a bit of background on a feature, any i mpact to archite…
Posted on Friday, October 21, 2005 – 13:20:13

Optimizing Citrix Technology for Operation over Wireless Wide Area Networks
Updated with Feature Release 3 and MSAM. A must have in order to tune MetaFrame XP for the wireless world.

Citrix releases Web Interface 2.1 – Version 2.1 is a security upgrade for customer using Web Interface 2.0. I highly recommend upgrading as it is always better with a wee bit more security than less. For mo re information and to download version 2.1 please login to www.mycitrix.com and download away.

Template_low.ica
ConnSpeed Updated! – Thanks to one awesome mind who made a few additions / corrections to ConnSpeed’s template.ica file for the "low" setting. If you have already deployed ConnSpeed 2.0 then please download the updated ICA file below and copy it in the the NFuse program directory to replace the old one. It has a few additions to comply with Citrix’s best practices document, below.

Note: If you have an ICA client installed on your PC, and I hope you do, then you will need to right click and click Save Target As in order to download this file.


Tips and Tricks

Methodology in a Box – If you are looking for detailed information on how to design, install, configure and customize NFuse / Web Interface then MIAB is what you need.


Killer Web Tips

Building an NLB Clustered NFuse Portal
This is an awesome document the explains, in great detail, how to build a network load balanced NFuse portal. I for one love it!


NFuse 1.61

Step by Step guide on how to install and configure NFuse 1.61 with Project Columbia
This is a guide that I wrote to try to explain, in a step by step, manor how to install, configure and brand NFuse 1.61 using Project Columbia. Refer to the NFuse Intergreation section of the document. REALLY COOL!


NFuse 1.61 Tech NotesHow to configure NFuse 1.61 to work with CSGNFuse 1.61 can not be uninstalled from a MetaFrame server where drives have been remappedTroubleshooting the "Error: Unspecified" message when launching applications in NFuseError installing NFuse 1.61: The installation exited prematurely due to an error.


NFuse 1.51 and below

Unless there is a technical reason that you are unable to use NFuse 1.6 or above, I highly recommend using NFuse 1.6 (or above) with Project Columbia.

After a User enters Their Credentials on the NFuse login page and clicks ‘Login’, the Page Returned Displays Active Server Page code and HTML Code in the Web Browser.

How NFuse Works

How to Add Support for Seamless Windows in NFuse

TEMPLATE.ICA Example

How to Choose From Different Farms Available on the Network using NFuse

How to Connect Through NFuse when the Client is Behind a Proxy

How to Load-Balance NFuse-MetaFrame Gateway Connections

How to Override App Settings in the Template.ica file for NFuse 1.5

How to Remap NFuse Hotkeys

ICA File Explained

Installing of server certificate into SSL Relay server(Windows TSE)

NFuse and Network Address Translation (NAT)

If Network Address translation is used multiple NFuse sites must be maintained for Internal and External clients.


 

Java Client Fall Back 3.0
Works with Web Interface 3.0
Updated 12.07.04 – A must have!!!

The Java Client Fall Back scripts allows you to configured WI to automatically use the Java client if the user does not have an ICA client already installed. This prevents the users from getting that annoying message for an application to open the .ica file with.

This allows the user to still install the native client and use that one, but if they forget or don’t have access to it they will fall back to the Java client.


ConnSpeed 2.02 w/ Java Fall Back 1.0 for Web Interface 2.0
ConnSpeed 2.0 with Java Client Fall Back 1.0 gives you the ability to “tune” ICA for three types of connections associated with variable types of bandwidth and latency and allows the users to install the native client and use it, but if they forget or don’t have access to it they automatically fall back to the Java client.


ConnSpeed 2.02 for Web Interface 2.0 – Part 1
Check this out! Are you connecting from variable bandwidth and latency? If so then you need this killer add-on to Web Interface 2.0 that adds a connection speed drop down box to a WI interface which allows your end-user to tune ICA for the connection speed at hand. It is very simple to install, just 4 simple steps. I highly recommend it!!!!

Java Client Fall Back 1.0 – Part 2
The Java Client Fall Back scripts allows you to configured WI to automatically use the Java client if the user does not have an ICA client already installed. This prevents the users from getting that annoying message for an application to open the .ica file with.

This allows the user to still install the native client and use that one, but if they forget or don’t have access to it they will fall back to the Java client


Project Columbia v5.95 for NFuse 1.51
(Project Columbia is a sample NFuse web site created by Citrix Technical Support that incorporates much of the advanced functionality that is available with NFuse 1.5 example sites, but previously required custom scripting work to complete. It is intended to serve as an example of the customizations that are possible using Citrix NFuse technology)

Project Columbia v6.36 for NFuse 1.6
OK, THIS VERSION ROCKS! Download and use it.. You are now able to do anything you would ever want and more with no coding necessary.


ConnSpeed

Java Client Fall Back 3.0
Works with Web Interface 3.0
Updated 12.07.04 – A must have!!!

The Java Client Fall Back scripts allows you to configured WI to automatically use the Java client if the user does not have an ICA client already installed. This prevents the users from getting that annoying message for an application to open the .ica file with.

This allows the user to still install the native client and use that one, but if they forget or don’t have access to it they will fall back to the Java client.

ConnSpeed 2.02 w/ Java Fall Back 1.0 for Web Interface 2.0
ConnSpeed 2.0 with Java Client Fall Back 1.0 gives you the ability to "tune" ICA for three types of connections associated with variable types of bandwidth and latency and allows the users to install the native client and use it, but if they forget or don’t have access to it they automatically fall back to the Java client.

ConnSpeed 2.02 for Web Interface 2.0 – Part 1
Check this out! Are you connecting from variable bandwidth and latency? If so then you need this killer add-on to Web Interface 2.0 that adds a connection speed drop down box to a WI interface which allows your end-user to tune ICA for the connection speed at hand. It is very simple to install, just 4 simple steps. I highly recommend it!!!!

Java Client Fall Back 1.0 – Part 2
The Java Client Fall Back scripts allows you to configured WI to automatically use the Java client if the user does not have an ICA client already installed. This prevents the users from getting that annoying message for an application to open the .ica file with.

This allows the user to still install the native client and use that one, but if they forget or don’t have access to it they will fall back to the Java client.


Project Columbia

** IMPORTANT **
Project Columbia no longer works and or is needed with NFuse 1.7

Project Columbia v6.36 for NFuse 1.6
OK, THIS VERSION ROCKS! Download and use it.. You are now able to do anything you would ever want and more with no coding necessary.

Project Columbia v5.95 for NFuse 1.51
(Project Columbia is a sample NFuse web site created by Citrix Technical Support that incorporates much of the advanced functionality that is available with NFuse 1.5 example sites, but previously required custom scripting work to complete. It is intended to serve as an example of the customizations that are possible using Citrix NFuse technology)

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