Citrix Workspace You Must Be Logged On As An Administrator

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Scenario: A Citrix Administrator is configuring the Workspace Experience to provide users with access to their applications and desktops. The administrator deployed Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD) already and wants to leverage it to support user access to the Workspace Experience.

  1. To resolve this issue, grant the user correct Role to access the Director. To do this - launch Citrix Studio, navigate to Configuration- Administrators, to add and configure the user with appropriate role. For detailed information on built-in roles and how to configure custom roles, see the following article - Delegated Administration and Director.
  2. This Citrix Receiver Single Sign-On (SSO) process passes same credentials by which user is logged on the system to a Citrix Storefront. Based on the supplied credentials and its provisioned citrix apps and desktop resources, Citrix Storefront builds the icons of the published applications.
  3. Login to Citrix cloud using the remote SDK. In powershell type the following command. Asnp citrix. Get-XDAuthentication. Login to Citrix Cloud using your admin credentials. In Powershell type Get-Brokersite. This is the full command to enable vertical load balancing. As you can see this is a site wide setting.

You must be logged in as an Administrator to install Act! All installations on a Citrix Server or server using Terminal Server must be performed in Install Mode. This is done by running the following from the command prompt: change user /install. You will then receive the message, User session is ready to install applications.

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Which two steps does the administrator need to take to enable users to authenticate using Azure AD to the Workspace Experience? (Choose two.)

A. Add Cloud Connector information to the Azure AD console.

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B. Enable Azure AD authentication under Workspace Configuration in Citrix Cloud.

C. Add Azure AD Account under Identity Providers in Citrix Cloud.

D. Deploy Cloud Connectors to support Azure AD authentication.

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Reference: https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/citrix-cloud/workspace-configuration.html#change-authentication-to-workspaces