KT-CAG200 CAG-200-1l Implementing Citrix Access Gateway 9.0 Enterprise Edition Training - Minneapolis, Minnesota IT MN Technical Financial New York, NY
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CAG-200-1l Implementing Citrix Access Gateway 9.0 Enterprise Edition


Description: 

This course covers information administrators and other IT professionals need to successfully deploy and manage Access Gateway 9.0 Enterprise Edition and the Access Gateway Plug-ins. Designed to provide real-world experience, hands-on labs allow learners to configure an Access Gateway server and then connect to the server using the Configuration Utility.

Objectives: 

Upon successful completion of this course, learners are able to demonstrate the following objectives:  

  • Understand how the Access Gateway Enterprise Edition differs from the Standard and Advanced Editions.
  • Perform the initial configuration of the Access Gateway server.
  • Install Access Gateway Plug-ins for Windows, ActiveX and Java.
  • Configure VPN virtual servers.
  • Create policies to customize VPN behavior.
  • Customize client experience and login pages.
  • Configure Access Gateway to integrate with XenApp and WANScaler.  
  • Create and configure policies and profiles.

Audience: 

  • This course is intended for IT professionals, system architects and system engineers.

 
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Prerequisite: 

Before taking this course, Citrix recommends that learners possess the following knowledge/experience:

  • Basic knowledge of application and network protocols, devices and commonly used tools (such as IP, HTTP and DNS)
  • Basic knowledge of network management and auditing protocols (such as SNMP and Syslog)
  • Working knowledge of basic routing and layer 2 switching concepts
  • Working knowledge of commonly used network appliances (such as load balancers, firewalls, routers and switches)
  • Practical experience with troubleshooting tools (such as protocol analyzers Ethereal/WireShark and NetMon)
  • Knowledge of AAA (authentication, authorization and accounting) protocols (such as LDAP or RADIUS)
  • Basic knowledge of command line interfaces
  • Basic knowledge of VPN concepts
  • Knowledge of desktop operating systems and desktop security concepts (such as antivirus software and personal firewalls)
 
   
     
Duration: 
2 Days  
     
     

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