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


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.


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.


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

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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)
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