Citrix Workspace Authentication: Duo


A user’s primary identity authorizes access to the Workspace. A username and password is not a strong authentication policy.  Passwords are problematic. We know we need to provide multi-factor authentication. And within Citrix Workspace, the options continue to expand. So far, I’ve been able to demonstrate how to integrate the following with Citrix Workspace: Active Directory with TOTP Azure Active Directory with Yubikey’s Okta Citrix Gateway Citrix Gateway is an interesting option.  With Citrix Gateway, we have many options for our primary identity. So far, I’ve shown how you can use Gateway with an on-prem TOTP solution as well as … Continue reading Citrix Workspace Authentication: Duo

Citrix Workspace Authentication: Federated Authentication Services


I have one primary key to let me into my house. Once I’m inside my house, I can see many resources that I might want to use like a bed, bathroom, safe, TV and a freezer. However, some of these resources are secured with a different key. I might have a code to access NetFlix. There might be a lock on the bathroom door.  There is a lock on the safe.  There is even a key to access the freezer (gotta protect those bratwurst). The keys I need once I’m in my house are secondary. They provide me access to … Continue reading Citrix Workspace Authentication: Federated Authentication Services