I was recently in a situation where I had to do a fast upgrade of Citrix StoreFront from version 2.5 to 2.6 There are some new UI features that are not documented and not easy to change. The following will guide you through changing these new “features” of the UI.
I previously wrote an article (here) about building a NetScaler VPX Appliance in teh Amazon AWS Cloud. The next logical step it to put either a load balancer or a NetScaler Gateway on there to start to service your user base. This article will walk you through getting NetScaler Gateway running on your NetScaler VPN in AWS.
In this post I will walk you through building and configuring a Citrix NetScaler VPX appliance in the Amazon AWS Cloud. Once the device is up and running you can configure load balancing, NetScaler Gateway or a host of other services to be delivered from the Cloud to you On Premises or other cloud based applications.
This post is not going to run you through the install of Command Center but rather the configuration of the system once installed.
A common practice when setting up Load Balancers and creating highly available services is the need to have a keep alive test to ensure the service is up and running well. In the world of Citrix NetScalers and high availability this practice does not always suit. The reason behind this is that the NetScaler will respond to ICMP echo requests on behalf of the vIP in the event that all the back end services are down unless you specifically specify otherwise. To resolve this follow these steps.
Some of you may have come across the issue where your End Point Analysis scans are not running when you apply the Symphony Theme or a custom theme to your NetScaler Gateway. Below if the process you will need to follow to fix this issue.