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Open ports to and from VDA (Source and Destination)


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I´ve to check with this forum, so I´m really sure.

I have a multisession VDA, with only the vda installed on a Windows server 2019 and published it to multisession desktop.

 

No, Director, no MCS, no PVS. Only a VM in VMware.

Authentication is done by the Netscaler
2 Storefront servers
2 DDC

 

Is there any more or less ports that are requiered to be open on that VDA?

My informatino below with comments is based on this link from citrix:
https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/tech-zone/build/tech-papers/citrix-communication-ports.html

 

Definition of my comment below

# = I  think I dont need this

Red colored text = my questions

 

License server

Any Citrix Component - Handles initial point of contact for license requests

-Citrix License Server TCP 27000

 

Access to applications and  virtual desktops

-ICA/HDX protocol 1494

Source and Destination?

 

Access to applications and  virtual desktops

EDT protocol requires 2598 to be open for TCP/UDP.
Source and Destination?

 

#I dont use html5 reciever

#-TCP 8008

 

Application/Desktop Request - communication with DDC

-TCP 80/8080/443, XML Service Destination: DDC

Source: VDA, Destination: DDC (Both directions)

 

#Authentication of user during application or desktop launch (Authentications is done by the Netscaler?)

#Domain Controller

#-TCP/UDP 389

 

Access to applications and virtual desktops by ICA/HDX over SSL

-TCP 443
Soruce:??    , Destination: ??

 

#Virtual  Delivery Agent Domain Controller

#Communication between Virtual Delivery Agent Agent and Microsoft Global Catalog used

#during the registration process in order to validate its list of configured

#-TCP 3268

 

#Citrix Workspace app, StoreFront - Communication with StoreFront

#TCP, UDP 80,443 (No citrix receiver installed on VDA)

 

Other ports

Fileshare for storage files and profiles

etc..

 

Really appreciate your answer with more or less ports with the source and destination

?

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