Citrix Access Gateway 5.0.3
Citrix have released Access Gateway 5.0.3
New Features Supported in This Maintenance Release
Multi-Stream ICA Support
The multi-stream ICA feature allows you to partition multiple ICA streams in the same session. With multi-stream ICA, you can partition a single TCP connection into multiple streams based on different types of traffic that are typical for session reliability.
Basic Logon Point Session Time-outs in Access Controller
If you configure a basic logon point in Access Controller, you can now configure session time-outs as part of the logon point settings. [#45963]
New Features from Previously Released Maintenance Releases
Access Gateway Imaging Tool
The Access Gateway imaging tool now exists as a .zip file containing all files necessary for reimaging the appliance. You download the .zip file, extract the files, and run the tool. The tool indicates the location of the USB drive. By using the .zip file, you no longer need to select an ISO file.
If you attempt to import an intermediate certificate to Access Gateway where the Subject field is longer than 128 characters, you receive the error message “Value too long for type character varying (128).”
Secure Ticket Authority
You can now configure up to 25 servers running the Secure Ticket Authority (STA).
You can now add up to 256 static routes on the Access Gateway appliance.
Support for Web Interface 5.4
Access Gateway 5.0.1 supports the following Web Interface 5.4 features:
- Password Change. When the Web Interface is the home page, users can change their password after they log on.
- ICA File Signing. The Web Interface digitally signs generated ICA files, to allow compatible Citrix clients and plug-ins to validate that the file originates from a trusted source.
Upgrading Access Controller
You can now upgrade Access Controller from Version 5.0 or Version 5.0.1 to Version 5.0.2 or later without removing the previous version.
Access Gateway supports the following user software:
- Access Gateway Plug-in for Mac OS X Version 2.0
- Citrix Receiver 2.1
XenApp Services Site
You can configure Access Gateway to use a XenApp Services site, giving users access to virtual applications from their computer desktop or mobile device when they authenticate through the Web Interface.