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Configuring Email-Based Account Discovery for #Citrix #Receiver

Check out this great blog post from Avinash Golusula:

Configuring Email-Based Account Discovery

1     Add DNS Service Location (SRV) record to enable email based discovery

During initial configuration, Citrix Receiver can contact Active Directory Domain Name System (DNS) servers to obtain details of the stores available for users. This means that users do not need to know the access details for their stores when they install and configure Citrix Receiver. Instead, users enter their email addresses and Citrix Receiver contacts the DNS server for the domain specified in the email address to obtain the required information.

To enable Citrix Receiver to locate available stores on the basis of users’ email addresses, configure Service Location (SRV) locator resource records for Access Gateway or StoreFront/AppController connections on your DNS server. If no SRV record is found, Citrix Receiver searches the specified domain for a machine named “discoverReceiver” to identify a StoreFront/AppController server.

You must install a valid server certificate on the Access Gateway appliance and StoreFront/AppController server to enable email-based account discovery. The full chain to the root certificate must also be valid. For the best user experience, install either a certificate with a Subject or Subject Alternative Name entry of discoverReceiver.domain, or a wildcard certificate for the domain containing your users’ email accounts.

To allow users to configure Citrix Receiver by using an email address, you need to add a SRV record to your DNS zone.

  • Log in to your DNS server
  • In DNS > Right-click your Forward Lookup Zone
  • Click on Other New Records
  • Scroll down to Service Location (SRV)
  • Configuring Email-Based Account Discovery
  • Choose Create Record

XenMobile product overview… and It’s nice! via @BasvanKaam – #BYOD, #MDM, #Citrix

March 14, 2013 2 comments

Wow! I must say that Bas van Kaam has done a great wrap-up here! I highly recommend you to read this blog post!!! 🙂

It was only about a month ago when I was writing my Blog about the CloudGateway that I wondered which route  Citrix would take now that they acquired Zenprise, well… here it is… XenMobile, another Xen sibling sees the light! Lets jump right in…

I had the opportunity to make use of one of Citrix’s demo environments to have a closer look at MDM, which is an awesome way to explore new and existing products by the way, if your company is a Citrix partner and has access I definitely recommend having a look. Besides that I used the Citrix E-Docs website as well as Citrix.com to find as much information as possible.

The main focus of this article will be on XenMobile MDM as the Mobile Solutions Bundle (one of the two editions available) focuses primarily on the CloudGateway which I already discussed in one of my previous blogs.

MDM?

MDM stand for Mobile Device Management and it’s just that! Here’s what Citrix has to say about it: As per Citrix: XenMobile MDM is a robust mobile device management solution that delivers role-based management, configuration, and security for both corporate and employee-owned devices. Upon user device enrollment, IT can provision policies and apps to devices automatically, blacklist or whitelist apps, detect and protect against jailbroken or rooted devices, and selectively wipe a device that is lost, stolen, or out of compliance. Users can use any device they choose, while IT can ensure compliance of corporate assets and secure corporate content on the device.

Editions

There are two editions: XenMobile MDM and the Mobile Solutions Bundle. XenMobile MDM primarily focuses on (hardware) device management, more on it’s extensive feature set shortly. Every major platform is supported including: iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian and Microsoft Windows 8. It includes the XenMobile Secure Mobile Gateway (SMG) and XenMobile SharePoint Data Leak Prevention (DLP) as well as the XenMobile Mobile Service Provider (ZSM) and the XenMobile Remote Support Application Toolset.

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