Netscaler and Storefront are using 2 different FQDNs. All Rights Reserved.Theme: Catch Box by Catch Themes Go to Header Section Terence Luk Tackling the daily challenges of technology... And, since I have latest Storefront (2.6.0) I'm using same FQDN for external aswell... 1337-357672-1843906 Best Answer Back to top Report abuse Back to NetScaler VPX Reply to quoted posts Clear We deployed a Xen app new server and published it out. have a peek at this web-site
All Rights Reserved. Is it possible that it's somehow trying to connect to the old server? And, since I have latest Storefront (2.6.0) I'm using same FQDN for external aswell... You can always check your certificate chain by using these two SSL certificate checkers:_SSLShopper SSL Certificate Checker__Digicert SSL Certificate Checker_Sam 1360-315205-1682694 Helpful Answer Back to top Dirk Marach Members #6 Dirk
This is a great addition in my favorite blog list.Lenovo - 15.6" ThinkPad Notebook - 4 GB Memory - 320 GB Hard Drive - BlackLenovo - 15.6" Laptop - 4GB Memory Vote for the best flyer for GET-PC Our site back in 2007 Troubleshooting Citrix protocol driver error Citrix NewsInternal XenApp and XenDesktop Automation InnovationsXenApp User Access Just Got a Whole Lot If the service is started, and you have multiple Citrix servers in your environment, configure a different Citrix server to become the ICA Master Browser by default. Here's why.
The following article should assist you with troubleshooting this: CTX357152 – Application Load Levels Defined: 10000, 10000!, 10001, 10002, 9999 If none of the above items resolve the issue, there might If they are not activated, you receive the 1030 error. René is CCNP , Aruba Certified Mobility Expert (ACMX #438), Aruba Certified ClearPass Professional (ACCP), FCNSP and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEF) certified. The Socks 5 Command Requested Is Not Supported Now I have to wait and see if this actually solved the problem, but I guess it has.
Ensure that the server has the latest Terminal Server or Windows 2000 service pack level. 2. Contact your help desk with the following information: Cannot connect to the Citrix XenApp Server. Customers using Windows 9x might get the 1030 protocol driver error while Windows 2000 based clients do not receive the error. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/357672-protocol-driver-error/ Have everybody a idea, how I can fix the issue?
Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that might require you to reinstall your operating system. Xendesktop 7 Protocol Driver Error Let me know what you hear back from Citrix support. 1357-298915-1655635 Back to top Peter Skovgaard Nielsen Members #16 Peter Skovgaard Nielsen 27 posts Posted 18 July 2012 - 01:26 PM Contact your helpdesk with the following information: Cannot connect to the Citrix Xenapp server. Create a Custom ICA Connection to the published application and attempt the connection.
Contact your help desk with the following information: Cannot connect to the Citrix XenApp server. http://www.gourami.eu/2014/11/15/troubleshooting-citrix-protocol-driver-error/ I blocked that IP in the DHCP scope with a fake reservation and gave the VM a new IP and it works now. 1411-366174-1946086 Back to top Report abuse Back to Citrix Xenapp Server.protocol Driver Error Netscaler is using a third party certificate. Citrix Ssl Error 34 Edit the following registry key by using REGEDT32: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server IdleWinStationPoolCount.
After he open that port, logon was successfull. Check This Out Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Proudly powered by WordPress Home About Webster Download Scripts Conferences Testimonials Contact Archives Sitemap Store Subscribe: Posts | Comments Carl Webster Pages Blog About Me Saturday, April 14, 2012 Attempting to launch a XenDesktop 5.5 or 5.6 desktop through an NetScaler Access Gateway throws the error: "Unable to launch your application. If you'd like to say thanks, please consider making a small donation to keep them going! Citrix Xendesktop Protocol Driver Error
Cannot Connect to Xenapp Server. It's just strange that all browsers (IE, Firefox and Chrome) show a full certificate chain without any error. General settings for Netscaler Gateway: Display Name: Netscaler Netscaler Gateway URL: https://citrix.doma.eu Version: 10.0 or later Subnet IP address: SNIP addres from my Netscaler appliance Logon type: domain Callback URL: nothing Source Terence Luk Tackling the daily challenges of technology...
Adding port 80 and 443 solved my problem :-)Thank you.Matthias 1357-298915-1611683 Back to top Kevin Pasko Members #8 Kevin Pasko 23 posts Posted 20 January 2012 - 01:48 PM I am Citrix Protocol Driver Error Web Interface Storage consumption when provisioning Citrix XenDe... https://t.co/… 20hoursago RT @ncbrady: New Blog Post: SCCM Technical Preview 1610 is available - screenshots and info here > niallbrady.com/2016/10/22/sys… #sysctr 20hoursago RT @marcelvandenber: To put things in perspective.
I spent a lot of time troubleshooting this issue and focused on the STA configuration. For example:
Once we raised the number everything was good. Nice weekend Dirk 1360-315205-1682161 Back to top Sam Jacobs CTP Member #2 Sam Jacobs 6,674 posts Posted 19 October 2012 - 03:16 PM Dirk,Did you make sure that your STA list Socket operation on non-socket"Other users were getting the protocol driver error message, and again I was seeing the same error messages in the CAG Debug log. 1357-298915-1608712 Back to top Lurse have a peek here Booches.nl Connecting the world… Search Main menu Skip to primary content HomeAboutArticlesLinksTools Post navigation ← Previous Next → Citrix NetScaler: Protocol Driver Error Posted on April 20, 2010 by René Jorissen
Is there somewhere else to increase this timeout? 1357-298915-1604646 Back to top Kevin Pasko Members #4 Kevin Pasko 23 posts Posted 10 January 2012 - 04:09 PM We continue to experience We start receiving errors in the debug log as reported earlier. This is usually a firewall, so contact your network administrator if you suspect the port is being block underway. *in this example we use port 1494, the default ICA port, this Latest posts by René Jorissen (see all) SMTP Auth testing via CLI - June 30, 2016 ArubaOS 22.214.171.124 - June 21, 2016 ClearPass - concurrent session limit - April 21, 2016
But the NetScaler had 255.255.255.0 for the VLAN netmask so that IP address was being ignored as a broadcast address. However, when I try to launch an app I get "Cannot connect to the Citrix Xenapp Server. I'm pretty new to Citrix Xenapp so my terminology may not be correct. Storefront/Webinterface/CAG If you use a Citrix Access Gateway/Citrix Secure Gateway/Netscaler to connect via Storefront/Webinterface to your XenApp/Presentation server farm, rule out these components by connecting to the XenApp servers directly.
If connecting via the Program Neighbourhood doesn’t pop up ‘protocol driver error’s’, you are sure it must be your CAG/WI setup. (WI=Web Interface) Things to check in your CAG/WI setup: Are Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Increase the idle winstation pool count in the registry. But in my case the issue started at 10:30 and got resolved at 1:30, although our focus was around STA as protocol driver error and we were changing the STA on
This Gateway object has an FQDN that matches what you entered in the browser address bar. 1411-366174-1879573 Back to top Adam Shattuck Members #3 Adam Shattuck 360 posts Posted 18 June