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Hi all:

 

We are deploying EPA in n-factor for ICA proxy access and we would like to know if EPA uses citrix gateway universal license or the standard licenses.

Currently our citrix gateway virtual server has set the ICA-only option as ON and the CItrix ADC has installed an ADC advanced license

 

Thank you and best regards

 

 

 

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On 5/19/2022 at 7:08 AM, Nicolas Bautista Correa said:

Hi all:

 

We are deploying EPA in n-factor for ICA proxy access and we would like to know if EPA uses citrix gateway universal license or the standard licenses.

Currently our citrix gateway virtual server has set the ICA-only option as ON and the CItrix ADC has installed an ADC advanced license

 

Thank you and best regards

 

 

 

Hello Nicolas,

 

I would say no as Universal Licenses are used for VPN, running an EPA on Ednpoint does not bring up a VPN.

 

Thanks

Arnaud

 

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  • 4 weeks later...

Another way to look at this.... the principle of the Universal license was to offer certain Gateway features in addition to the ICA proxy. They are:

 

EPA

Full VPN

Micro VPN

Smart Access

 

As you say, doing a ICA only means that you are turning some of those things off. The thing is, you can still do an EPA which would need a universal license. The other point is we rolled these into the platform. So they are not typically an extra cost... I hope that helps.. 

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