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Again from Doug Brown:

A new Citrix Article regarding problems with getting WISP working correctly,

Symptoms
Attempting to configure Web Interface for Microsoft SharePoint with Access Gateway with Advanced Access Control 4.2 fails with an access denied message.

Cause
In order for Web Interface for SharePoint to work with Advanced Access Control, you must have the Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server version of SharePoint with the service configured. Also, the Microsoft Single Sign-on Service for Web Interface for SharePoint and the end-user must have stored their credentials in the Microsoft Single Sign-on Service.

Resolution
Configure and start the Microsoft Single Sign-on Service. Refer to page 48 of the Web Interface for Microsoft SharePoint Administrator's Guide.
Configure Web Interface for SharePoint through the Web Interface for SharePoint Administration site, as shown below:

Full Article at CTX108643

Posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2006 10:16 AM Citrix , IT Management , Microsoft Tips | Back to top


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