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Using Device Posture in Citrix Policies




we are trying to give a User, who is working from a private machine, other permissions as for those who are working from a company-device. For that reason we activated Device Posture and created different rules for the compliant and non compliant devices, based on if they are joined in our Domain or not. Device Posture is working fine, if we set the NON-Compliant devices to denied access it is working. But we dont want to deny the access, we want to apply a different ruleset to NON-COMPLIANT devices. For example: No local drives, no drag and drop.


For that reason we have created a Citrix Policy as described in this article. Unfortunately it is not working, the NON-COMPLIANT devices do not get the policy. 

Any ideas or anyone who has a similar ruleset implemented already?


Regards, Andi



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