February 24, 2024
101220 0325 HowtoConfig3 1 - How to Configure the Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controller as Authentication Server at Citrix ADC
Today, I am going to show you how to configure the Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controller as Authentication Server at Citrix ADC.

Today, I am going to show you how to configure the Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controller as Authentication Server at Citrix ADC.

1.Type the IP address of Citrix ADC in a Web browser to access the virtual appliance.

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2.On the Citrix ADC page, select Configuration.

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3.On the Configuration page, select Authentication.

4.On the Authentication Servers page, select Dashboard, click Add.

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5.On the Create Authentication Server page, configure setting values as below, click Create.

  • Choose Server Type: Select LDAP.

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  • Name: Type Authentication server name, in my case is GDMCGY_LDAP.
  • Select Server IP.
  • IP Address: Type IP address of the domain controller server.
  • Security Type: Select PLAINTEXT.
  • Port: Type 389.
  • Server Type: Select AD.
  • Time-out (seconds): Type 3.
  • Select Authentication

Connection Settings

  • Base DN (location of users): In my case is DC=gdmcgy,DC=gooddealmart,DC=ca.
  • Administrator Bind DN: In my case is administrator@gdmcgy.gooddealmart.ca.
  • Administrator Password: Type the administrator password.
  • Confirm Administrator Password: Type administrator password.

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Click Test Network connectivity to verify the server is reachable.

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Other Settings

  • Server Logon Name Attribute: Select sAMAccountName.
  • Group Attribute: Select memberOf.
  • Sub Attribute Name: Select New, enter cn.
  • SSO Name Attribute: Select New, enter sAMAccountName.
  • Select User Required.
  • Maximum Referral Level: Type 1
  • Referral DNS Lookup: Select A-REC

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Nested Group Extraction

  • Select Disabled.

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Click Create.

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6.On the Authentication Servers page, verify the new LDAP authentication server create succeeded and its status light is green.

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Hope you enjoy this post.

Cary Sun

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Author: Cary Sun

Cary Sun has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in data center and deployment solutions. As a Principal Consultant, he likely works closely with clients to help them design, implement, and manage their data center infrastructure and deployment strategies.
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