Is there any ETA on when the TS UserID client will support 64-bit Windows? I have a 6 server Citrix farm, all running 2003R2 x64 and can't use the main "killer" functionality of the PA device because I can't differentiate my users...
We'd be happy and willing to run a beta release and/or help test software if there is anything available.
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That has changed from what I was last told, but OK. :smileyhappy:
Any idea when the beta for this will start? I really need the feature as it was kind of pitched as part of the product, and now I have to turn around and tell management "it doesn't actually do this yet because they don't support 64-bit yet." They're going to scowl at me and PA... You understand my pickle. :smileywink:
I'm in the same boat, I evaluated the device and tested it on a 32 bit Citrix / TS server however since then we've begun migrating to 64 bit Citrix / TS servers. If there is a beta I'd love to get in on it too. Oddly enought I'm in the same boat with management.
To make this work for us on a Citrix x64 server I basically have a inside to outside policy that looks at those servers IP addresses. Of course I can't report or monitor one specific user however the filtering is working with this setup. It sure would be nice to have a x64 TS client sometime soon, <pokes palo alto userID guy>
Thanks EllettIT, however we really need Usernames for this customer.
On a similar theme, would we need to install the TS Agent on every Citrix server, or is there such a thing as a central Citrix management server that can see all the port-user translations? One customer has close to 100 Citrix servers running on VM machines.
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