Installation – Citrix Gateway

This document provides instructions for installing SSL Certificates. If you are unable to use these instructions for your server, VeriSign recommends that you contact either the vendor of your software or an organization that supports Citrix Gateway.

* Standard SSL
* Premium SSL
* Standard Intranet SSL
* Premium Intranet SSL

If you are unable to use these instructions for your server, VeriSign recommends that you contact either the vendor of your software or an organization that supports Citrix Gateway.
Step 1: Install Intermediate CA Certificate
All VeriSign Managed PKI for SSL Certificates require the installation of an Intermediate CA Certificate. Follow these steps to install the proper Intermediate CA Certificate.

1. Copy the intermediate certificate into a text file and name it intermediate.crt. This file can be placed in the same directory as your SSL Certificate. For example: /usr/local/ssl/crt

Step 2: Install Your SSL Certificate

1. Log on as the root user at the Secure Gateway server.

2. At the command prompt, type: ctxcertmgr -response filename [ -dbpassword db-password ]

-response Specifies the certificate is a response to a certificate request generated using ctxcertreq
filename Specifies the certificate file supplied by the CA
-dbpassword Specifies the password used to protect the certificate on the Secure Gateway server. This is the database password you supplied when you ran ctxcertreq.
If you include the -dbpassword option, you must use the db-password parameter to specify the new password, which should be a maximum of 255 characters in length.

This option is used if you are including commands in a shell script. Using -dbpassword displays the password on the terminal and enters it into the user’s command line history.