I’m currently listening to NetScaler Gateway 12.1 (48.13) which has a technologyslash.com 10 1709 VDI situation using XD 7.15 with the latest CU. For some reason, I can’t properly set up NSG for this environment. I have some concerns when trying to start a printed desktop. I got an SSL error: “SSL Error 4: The operation was successful.”
Which is the back slash?
The backslash \ is a typographical character used primarily in computing, and is no doubt the mirror image of the common diminutive /. This is sometimes referred to as cut, stab, exit (from C/UNIX), backslash, slosh, down stab, lean back, stab back, attack, slant sweep, and back comma.
There are many documents on the Internet that describe this problem. The solutions are to update NetScaler (but I’m already using the later part of the version), the problem also occurs on Windows since 10 1703; but I include 1709. I also tried to change the specific cipher order in VDI; that didn’t solve it either. Turn off and update the receiver; same supply. Right now I don’t see any issues with the certificate; do not cook if using third party SSLLabs. But of course II’m missing something, otherwise it would be your job 🙂 So basically I’m out of ideas; Does anyone have an idea?
I came across this fact, Gem of a Flaw:
SSL Error 4: Operation completed successfully
An error occurs when trying to launch an application through a specific Citrix Receiver for Web login after .From
I found this article from Citrix discussing the notification bug in the new Receiver-Citrix 4.7, but in our circumstances this shouldn’t be a problem since we’re currently using VPX, not Ormpx SDX.
After further investigation, I have come to the conclusion that Citrix Receiver 4.7 is indeed the problem and their solution is to downgrade to version 4.6 or update Citrix Netscaler to support the recommended version. We have made the decision to update Netscaler to the latest reliable version 11.
Does Windows support forward slash?
Evenif you are using a domain server or FTP server on any Windows machine, the slash is used because the method requires it. Other operating systems use the slash for the same reason – it’s a Unix convention. Linux is a Unix-like operating system, so it uses the same type as the forward slash.
An error occurs when trying to launch the application through Citrix Receiver for After Web, Connect.
I found this Citrix article discussing a specific bug in the new Citrix Receiver 4.7. However, in our case, this should not solve the problem, since we are choosing VPX, not mpx or SDX.
Why does Windows use a backslash?
MS-DOS 2.0 copied the Unix-created hierarchical file system and so used forward slashes, but added (perhaps at IBM’s request) a backslash to allow paths to be entered according to the shell command line while maintaining consistency with MS-DOS 1.0. and CP/M, where the slash was an indicator of command line capabilities.
After extensive testing, I have come to the conclusion that Citrix Receiver 4.7 is indeed my problem and the solution is to downgrade to version 4.6 and update Citrix Netscaler to the stated version. We have decided to move to Netscaler, the latest stable release most commonly associated with 11.
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Last week, one of the registered readers encountered an SSL 4 Citrix Access Gateway vpx error.
We’ll cover things like a set of certificates tied to a virtual server, encryption key configuration options, and disabling legacy, vulnerable, and vulnerable protocols . In fact, there are many tools that can be used to check the web format of a Citrix ADC public site. One such tool is most likely the Qualys SSL Labs Server SSL Test. Error connecting to StoreFront/VDA. The TV show may not connect to the server. The error is probably some kind of SSL certificate errors in the game console logs. One of the reasons could probably be an invalid SSL certificate. Citrix Receiver for HTML5, Citrix Receiver for Citrix Chrome, Workspace for Citrix Chrome app, Workspace for HTML5 app Recommended software: Renew your certificates.
We have a real reliability of this laboratory in our Internet. Has its own online connection
And from all connection points the connection is almost identical to the connection with many other companies
using AG and ICA Proxy
First, everything works, externally and internally at 110%
For example, this is definitely a very general single binding
Why is there a forward slash and a backslash?
Because the tip slopes forward, it is sometimes referred to as a “slash”. This is a special backslash: \. Notice how it indents, distinguishing it from a healthy slash. The forward slash is commonly used to indicate directories and subdirectories in some computer systems such as Unix, and also to indicate addresses on the World Wide Web.
Internet -> 443 -> Firewall -> 443 -> -> ag_vip NetScaler VPX -> SNIP -> Citrix Farm
So, in a nutshell: Our corporate network is interfering with Websense
and blocking everything except ports 80 and 443
What aboutIt shouldn’t cause problems with the ICA proxy since you don’t need it. this is 443 and the new certificate
We have added our website URL to help you add the added allowlist
When we log in, we can log in and our own applications usually appear in someone’s list
> to launch your application. Contact support to provide fan base information:
> Failed to connect to Citrix XenApp server. SSL Error 4:
> Access denied to proxy server; Ten; STA4DC346E4BD76; Port cf94acea4d3137cc11495feffb4dbd92 1494.
I know the lab is fine because this idea works everywhere but at work.
And, at first glance, we are concerned that access to Open 1494 might be lost due to the fact that we use ICA proxies
> and why websense thinks I want to connect to port 1494 p>
Can I ask a Websense agent to do something?
It looks like I’m configuring a NetScaler Gateway 12.1 (48.13) with a Windows 1709 10 VDI environment using XD 7.15 with the latest CU. For some reason, I can’t set up NSG correctly for the environment. The problem I’ve becomenod, definitely arises when trying to purchase a widely used desktop computer; I get an error every time: ssl “Some SSL error: Operation completed successfully”.