Allow access and use of Citrix Xenapp applications via Azure AD Application Proxy
There doesn't seem much documentation available for configuration of Rich protocol support (Citrix)
Unlike previous UAG support where there is at least some communications around the connectivity of using UAG to connect to Citrix applications.
It would be good to be able to replicate the above, which refers to UAG, in the Azure AD Application proxy.
We’d love more input on what the challenges are with this scenario so we can understand more what needs to be addressed here.
We’d appreciate any more description of the scenario you could provide us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bryan Sutton commented
I have a customer who was trying to make their Citrix environment available over App Proxy. Two of the problems we ran into but never were able to resolve were the working the with the ICA protocol and the internal IP Addresses. We could always get to the their Netscaler to log in to their portal but could not get passed their Storefront server to launch a virutal machine. The connection left the known resolvable ip addresses.
Citrix Storefront can be added in Azure right now for authentication and is working great. It would be nice if AD Proxy can handle the role of the netscaler to make citrix available externally.
Feedback with reference to the original support call raised sent on to you.
julien sybille commented
Hello, have you found a solution to make it work with Citrix? I wonder if we can do it with Netscaler Gateway in the middle?
Have you tried following the guidelines for our native app publishing?
If so, please let me know where you have further questions so we can help clarify.