Hi, I am having a customer using client certificates to authenticate against Citrix ADC (besides to username/password). How do I automatically deploy individual user certificates to the endpoints?
I thought about something like:
using the location attribute to place the username
generating a user certificate with passphrase with certutil
assign the certfile to the endpoint and register in firefox
+ task for renewals
Any ideas to accomplish? IMI?
Are we speaking about a real user certificate? From what I recall and the Feature Matrix confirmed me, on NS at least: User Cert Auth via NetScaler Gateway (via Browser Only): www.citrix.com/content/dam/citrix/en_us/documents/data-sheet/citrix-workspace-app-feature-matrix.pdf isn’t available on Linux or did I get you wrong?
From the process you described, yes, from a technical perspective. even if IMI would just support the process IMHO. since it seems highly (bash ) script related.
I think he talks about client certificates and means the endpoint has to present a machine cert in addition to username and password. SCEP should be able to deploy those certs to the endpoints.
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