Somethings does not change name, the audit server is still called “NS” 🙂 I ran into a few problems during installation of ADC / NetScaler Audit Server Utilities on Linux (on a Ubuntu 64bit, uname -a 4.15.0-65-generic #74-Ubuntu SMP Tue Sep 17 17:06:04 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux) I got the following error: /usr/local/netscaler/bin/audserver: No such file or directory And there were not really any more pointers to go for, and the docs are old-skool citrix style which means other tools have to be put in use.
I was debugging on why ssllabs.com reported F sometimes on a CSVIP, but only sometimes, i knew i had to disable a certain cipher to get rid of it (POODLE vulnerability) There is this nice list from openSSL that maps to IANA names.
Having all your customers on one CGW for simplicity is superb, but if you need customization you will quickly see it would be nice to have one customer pr GW.
With the native OTP solution in NetScaler, the default setting is that users can add/delete devices in whatever pace that they feel like.
In those rare cases where do you don’t have the perfect environment with a proper test installation and all the necessary resources behind it, you might have to do troubleshooting in a live(or dead) production environment.
NetScaler introduced native OTP (One Time Password) some time ago, which you can incorporate in the login process as long as you have AD servers ready to use as a database.
During the login flow, you might want to extract which group(s) a user is a member of, and based on that information change the login flow.
Adding links to the login process is helpful to present the user with additional information, or linking to a portal page where they can create a service ticket.
Introduction Users that forget their password usually adds unwanted queues to helpdesk. Wouldn’t it be nice, if the user’s themselves could reset their own password?