Citrix Workspace Authentication: Overview


One of the major issues with the current state of the end user computing environment is the number of identities a user is required to remember.  Almost every service or application a user subscribes to requires the user create a new identity and password. With so many identities, almost all of us use the same... Continue Reading →

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Citrix Workspace Authentication: Citrix Gateway


One of the challenges with using cloud services is getting the same experience you had in an on-premises deployment. For the past 20+ years, many Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop deployments utilized a Citrix Gateway to provide an ICA proxy through the firewall. For external users, Gateway also authenticated those users. Over the years, admins... Continue Reading →

Authentication: Two-Step Verification


So far, I've realized the following I have way too many identities Password complexity rules are implemented incorrectly Multi-factor authentication will provide additional authentication security So let's look at one of the most basic forms of MFA. Unfortunately, I've seen this take on many names: Two-Step Verification Two-Step Authentication One-Time Password After providing your username... Continue Reading →

Authentication: Passwords


<Sarcasm> Passwords.  I love them. I love them so much, I have over 150 of them. </Sarcasm> We have our identity and we provide it to a system.  In order to prove we are who we say we are, we need to authenticate. Passwords are one method for authentication.  In theory, passwords are easy, but in... Continue Reading →

Authentication: Your Identity


Most of us ignore authentication because it is seamless with us using our Active Directory username to log onto a domain-joined Windows 10 PC. But when we expand beyond Windows, there are so many other things to consider. I avoided learning about authentication for a long time.  So many technologies. So many acronyms.  So many... Continue Reading →

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