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Getting Started with XenDesktop® 7.x by Craig Thomas Ellrod

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Appendix C. Creating Self-signed Certificates for NetScaler Gateway

The easiest and most inexpensive way to test a NetScaler Gateway SSL function is to create a self-signed Certificate Authority (CA) root certificate and a public-facing server certificate. In this Appendix, using the tools in NetScaler, you will use a self-signed root certificate to sign the public-facing server certificate. You can then import these root and public-facing server certificates' chain of trust into the client's browser for testing.

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Keep in mind that self-signed certificates are only good for a Proof of Concept lab or testing. Self-signed certificates are not widely trusted by your client's browsers. When you move to production, make sure that you purchase a ...

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