Recently I was asked to implement Citrix FAS (Federated Authentication Service) into an existing Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops(XenApp) environment. While testing the implementation I could not log in using FAS. The following error appeared at the logon screen: “The username or password is incorrect”.
What could be wrong?
ShareFile Recycle Bin
As you might know, deleted items within a ShareFile Storage Zone are not permanently deleted right away. These deleted files go to the ShareFile Recycle Bin, which is accessible through the ShareFile Web App. It does not matter whether you remove files using the ShareFile Web App or the DriveMapper application, they all end up in the ShareFile Recycle Bin. Continue reading
Citrix is continuously improving functionality and developing new functionality for the ShareFile Web App. In order to make these new functionalities available to its customers Citrix rolls out new versions of the Web App.
You can check for new Release Notes here.
In case you want to use newly released features of the Web App but you can’t find them within your subdomain, chances are that your subdomain hasn’t yet been updated to the newest version. You can check if your subdomain is on the release you expect, or still needs an update.
Ok, but how to check for the current Web App version? Depending on the location where your ShareFile domain resides enter https://<yoursubdomain>.sharefile.com/server or https://<yoursubdomain>.sharefile.eu/server in a webbrowser and check for the release entry. This way you are able to see the version of the Web App within your subdomain.
Disabling ShareFile SFantivirus
What to do when you want to disable the ShareFile SFantivirus functionality because you want to make use of the ICAP functionality or have local Fileserver On-Access Antivirus for the On-premises Fileshare enabled? You can’t just simply turn SFantivirus off within the StorageZone Controller admin page of by disabling the ShareFile Antivirus Integration Service. The Antivirus Scan Queue will still be there and the number of items keeps going up while data is being uploaded to your On-premises StorageZone. Continue reading
ShareFile Virus Strictness
When using the SFAntivirus scanning option within your On-premises StorageZone, you have the option to use ShareFile Virus Strictness. Continue reading
This article is about scanning your data in an On-premises StorageZone using the ShareFile Antivirus functionality.
Citrix Managed or Customer Managed StorageZones
Whether you need to arrange some kind antivirus scanning depends on the fact where your ShareFile data is located. Is it in a Citrix Managed StorageZone, or do you have an On-premises StorageZone, or perhaps a mix of both?
Citrix Managed StorageZone
When having your data in a Citrix Managed StorageZone, you do not need to worry about scanning for viruses of your data. All data within this zone is being scanned by Citrix. Continue reading
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