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6. January 2012 at 14:50 #7046
I am using Xendesktop 5.5 / WTOS 7.0_113.
I have a log on box on the Wyse terminal with username, password and domain.
If the user account in Active Directory has the tick box for ‘change password at next log in’ ticked they cannot log in. They get ‘Citrix sign-on failed’. If the tick box is cleared then the user can log in.
I would like it so that the user CAN change the AD password at the Wyse log in screen.7. January 2012 at 0:57 #21584jamesjhughesParticipant
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Do you use Citrix Web Interface? Try this
James9. January 2012 at 12:20 #21595
Thanks for your reply.
I tried that this morning but it seems have had no effect.
If the ‘change password at next log in’ is ticked on the users account then you cannot get past the wtos log on screen. As soon as you take the tick off the user can log in fine.9. January 2012 at 13:14 #21597
Post your wnos.ini please.
The above mentioned PDF does fix it 100%.
CG9. January 2012 at 14:23 #21598
signon=1 ConnectionManager=Maximize EnableOK=yes
TimeZone=’Greenwich Mean Time’ ManualOverride=yes
SessionConfig=all Smartcards=yes10. January 2012 at 9:44 #21602
Please can you have a look at my wnos.ini file settings above?
Many thanks.11. January 2012 at 16:36 #21608
The wnos.ini looks very good. So no indication that this is the root cause.
Now we are back to your PNagent site.
Please make sure that you did the modifications as mentioned in the PDF on the correct site. Not the webinterface but PNAgent site!
CG12. January 2012 at 9:54 #21613
Now I know it is not the wnos.ini it must be something else.
I have definitely 100% set the setting on the Xenapp services site as per the document but it still does not work (unless I am doing something competely stupid I am missing).
The Xenapp Sevices site is for XenDesktop 5.5 access and is on a Citrix Secure Gateway server and is connected via https. Could this be having an effect?
Could I just clarify something: if this works as it should then the user should get an additional pop up box on the Wyse terminal sign on page asking them to set the password? I am expecting the user to have a password change popping up actually on the Wyse terminal sign on screen, right?12. January 2012 at 16:10 #21614
Your expectation is correct.
CG12. January 2012 at 16:29 #21616
Ok – I will have to keep working on it then if you are 100% it does work in the scenario I have described.
Thanks.12. January 2012 at 16:51 #21618
Can you try to change or create a PNAgent site without SSL? I doubt that this is the issue, but worth a try.
CG25. January 2012 at 20:47 #21717AmeristParticipant
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Here’s what worked for us:
find any other
in the INI file and remove it.
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