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20. January 2012 at 5:22 #7078
i have a xenith wyse client IW AUNZ with HDX support.
I am trying to run the Citrix Xen App published desktop on this on an SSL connection and below is the error message logged:
21: ICA: pnhost = “https://
22: ICA: Connecting to “Published Desktop” …
23: https: connect via SOCKS
24: SSL: retcode=45 a bad mac alert was received
25: https: SSLconnect failed, err = -1
26: SSL: retcode=4 an error occurred while reading/writing
I have been searching for the past 4 days and there has been no progress. could someone please help me here asap as I have a project deadline to meet. . . (-.-)
also, just to add, this is a published dekstop using Citrix Xen App 6.5 and this setup works perfectly fine on a windows box.
lastly, i had to import the root cert from my CA onto the Wyse client to get to this point wherein I seem to have hit a bick wall.
look forward to your response.
➡20. January 2012 at 14:24 #21683
Are you using a timeserver?
CG23. January 2012 at 2:03 #21691
hi CG, yes, I am using an NTP server.
Any other suggestions?
Also, jsut out of curiosity does this wyse client support a 4096 public key strength?? my CA has a benchmark of 4096 as the public key strength. i am guessing you support upto 2048 only?23. January 2012 at 10:40 #21695
not 100% sure, but I think 2048 is max.
CG23. January 2012 at 21:46 #21700
hmmm, what else would you suggest?!!? i am looking at deploying this in a multi tenant setup and get access to users from the internet using SSL..
anybody else has got any other suggestions?24. January 2012 at 9:44 #21702
Is this a self-signed cert? In all cases make sure, that you have installed all certs in the chain (root!!! and intermediate).
CG25. January 2012 at 0:40 #21712
no, i bought the cert from my CA. netscaler has the SSL cert + the intermediate.
i had to upload the root cert into the wyse for me to get to his point.
if i didn have the root cert on the wyse i would have got an ssl error 61.
anyway, any other ideas?
i reckon it is a limitation of the wyse not able to work in a wan environment using ssl.
on lan and http it works like a charm.25. January 2012 at 5:00 #21713
i purchased another cert with a public key strength of 2048 and it worked great.
youtube still sucks though on xen app published desktop.
i have got custom compression policies on my netscaler but yet there is a big lag in the video.
xen dekstop in a multi tenant environment should be interesting.
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