Data Storage, Backup & Recovery I got a server with attached storage of 38TB. I am not finding much online that isn't referencing CSG instead of CAG. 1340-81551-526440 Back to top Scott Brown Members #2 Scott Brown 50 posts Posted 28 September 2006 - 04:16 Instead of trying to find the server they ran the original request from I just installed IIS on the SG server and ran the request from it and processed that certificate I checked the license on the browser and it reads: Valid from 12/27/2007 to 01/03/2009. 0 Message Author Comment by:1fastsrt42008-01-02 Burns2007: I couldn't find the Secure Gateway Service Configuration Tool. https://discussions.citrix.com/topic/53776-ssl-error-70/
I have also rebooted the server several times. I have also replaced the out of date intermediate certificate on my WISP server, and Metaframe server. Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer?
From your web browser, click the lock when you are on a local "https" page (like https://localhost/iisstart.htm). One client out of 200 - so I really do think this is pc related. In this video tutorial we have explained step by step installation of Citrix XenApp 6.5 Server on Windows Server 2008 R2 is explained in this video. Below is an example.-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----ASKJH2394HUWDF982Y3R2H8239F8HUDWIDH2389RH2HF2802384923F29U-----END CERTIFICATE----------BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----DOIFJ02893R90FJ340T82309R2239ISODFJ82390UR02JFEIWF0230WEKF-----END CERTIFICATE-----Next open your CAG and go to the Administration tab.
Please contact your Citrix Administrator (SSL error 70)." Reason: The server certificate installed on your MetaFrame server is not yet valid or has expired. Citrix Receiver Ssl Error 70 LEARN MORE Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Net scaler licensing and version with web logging 2 36 193d SSL error 61:Ceritificate error 3 73 128d Citrix, Terminal Services, vmWare? The SSL certificate is no longer valid. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/81551-ssl-error-70/ SSL server certificates typically have a fixed set of valid dates, and both the client devices system clock and the server 's system clock must be set to a time that
It should be something like; /C=USI have another just like this now. working. 1331-74007-554420 Back to top Chuck Coffman Members #9 Chuck Coffman 108 posts Posted 02 January 2007 - 06:57 PM Yep. Once I change the access to use "Secure Gateway Direct", when user login and click on the the published desktop, user get the following error. The time and date on the server and the clients are all correct.
Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. news ANd you are good to go..Edited by: Edwad Yousif on Nov 29, 2010 4:25 PM 1331-74007-1513511 Back to top Report abuse Back to Secure Gateway 3.x Reply to quoted posts Clear I'll give it a shot. 1331-74007-464149 Back to top Debra Roberts Members #6 Debra Roberts 29 posts Posted 04 April 2006 - 03:29 PM All right, this is what worked for Also, have you rebooted the server or at least bounced IIS? 0 Message Author Comment by:1fastsrt42008-01-02 BLipman: Yes we use a Windows Web Interface and Secure Gateway server.
SSL ERROR 70, THE SERVER SENT AN EXPIRED SECURITY CERTIFICATE. Could you please provide instructions on how to do so? GeoTrust, a leading certificate authority, provides retail and reseller services for SSL encryption, and website authentication, digital signatures, code signing, secure email, and enterprise SSL products. have a peek at these guys Same as the answer mentioned above The error that I was getting said that the certificate wasn't valid yet.
Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Basic Regex for use in webservice 1 40 39d Use System DSN 6 55 48d Using random iterations in password hashing. literally was just typing up asking that question haha Did you remove the old cert from the mmc? Changed the date and time and voila...
The user would go to our external apps page, enter their username/password and passcode, click on the .Desktop folder, and then receive the message. Hope this helps. 1340-81551-533946 Back to top Report abuse Back to Advanced Access Control Reply to quoted posts Clear Citrix ©1999-2016 Citrix Systems, Inc. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. Good or Bad? 4 45 41d xenapp 78 shadowing options 4 16 14d HIPAA-compliant Cloud Faxing Article by: j2 Global Healthcare providers, insurance companies and other covered entities trust eFax Corporate
Glad you had better luck 1331-74007-464702 Back to top Greg Saunders Members #8 Greg Saunders 114 posts Posted 02 January 2007 - 06:37 PM I know this is an old post, In short, nothing is what I was told it was going to be. Naturally I had a flood of users with the message "Cannot connect to the Citrix xenapp server. Please contact your Citrix Administrator (SSL error 70)" Believe this to be the same error that we got when the itnemediate cert from verisign expired in Jan 2004.Seem to remember that
Then check the webpage for the certificate again and it should be the new one. 0 Message Author Comment by:1fastsrt42008-01-02 BLipman: I couldn't find the Secure Gateway Service Configuration Tool. Go through the wizard (maybe 6 screens) and repeat all of the settings you initially took; I think they will be the defaults when you go through it. Connect with top rated Experts 15 Experts available now in Live! I updated the certificate in IIS.
All rights reserved. Thank you. 0 Question by:htlf Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 18 Best Solution bymgcIT This isn't your exact error message, but SSL 70 usually means the certificate has expired. First, Just open a new email message. His machine was pretty messed up.
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Voila - all is working now.Thanks for your help, though! 1331-74007-464212 Back to top ADAM WILSON Members #7 ADAM WILSON 74 posts Posted 05 April 2006 - 02:29 PM Yep, I eFax How to Install and Configure Citrix XenApp 6.5 on Windows Server 2008 R2 Video by: Rakesh How to install and configure Citrix XenApp 6.5 - Part 1. My role is limited and the culture is toxic. Again because it wasn't a company asset I couldn't spend too much time working on it for him.
SSL Error 70: The server sent an expired security certificate.