What you’ll learn
Upon successful completion of this course, learners are able to:
How to deploy Endpoint Management Enterprise end-to-end architecture and identify each component in the solution for the specific use case
Understand Endpoint Management authentication options including PI certificate based authentication
How to install mobile applications: MD, Web SaaS, Web Link, Public App Store Enterprise Apps
How to integrate with Citrix Gateway, Load Balancing, SSL Tunneling microVPN (mVPN), and SSL Bridge
Citrix at DDLS
Citrix provides server, application and desktop virtualisation, networking, software as a service, and cloud computing technologies. DDLS is the most experienced provider of Citrix training in Australia with 15 years as a Citrix CALC (Citrix Authorised Learning Center).
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Quality instructors and content
Expert instructors with real world experience and the latest vendor- approved in-depth course content.
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No matter your chosen technologies or platforms, we can help you stay one step ahead.
Who is the course for?
Built for IT Professionals interested in learning how to implement Citrix Endpoint Management features using leading practices. Potential students include Administrators, Implementers/Engineers, and Architects.
We can also deliver and customise this training course for larger groups – saving your organisation time, money and resources. For more information, please contact us on 1800 853 276.
Module 1: Introduction to Citrix Endpoint Management
Enterprise Mobility Management Overview
Citrix Endpoint Management New Features
Citrix Endpoint Management Benefits Overview
Introduction to Endpoint Management Editions
Module 2: Citrix Endpoint Management Architecture
Citrix Endpoint Management Server Architecture
Citrix Endpoint Management Traffic Flow
Citrix Endpoint Management Cloud
Module 3: Citrix Endpoint Management New Deployment Installation
Endpoint Management Licensing
Endpoint Management Server Prerequisites
Deployment Process Flow
Endpoint Management First Time Use Wizard Overview
Endpoint Management Clustering
Endpoint Management Upgrade Process
Module 4: Initial Configuration
Endpoint Management Web Console
Initial Configuration (Certificates, Authentication, Citrix ADC integration)
Role Based Access Control
Module 5: Citrix ADC integration
Citrix ADC Overview
Endpoint Management Monitoring
External Authentication NetScaler – Endpoint Management Wizard Overview
Citrix ADC Overview – Citrix Endpoint Management Policies Overview
Module 6: Device Management (Policies)
MDM Policies Overview
Mobile Platform Capability Overview
Key Device Policies (Passcode, Location, Credentials)
Policy Deployment Rules
Module 7: Application Management (Policies)
MD Container Technology
MD App Interaction
Key App Container Policies (Interaction, Restrictions, Network)
App Types (Public, SaaS, Web, Public, Enterprise)
Module 8: Device Enrollment
Mobile Device Enrollment Overview
iS Device Enrollment
Android Device Enrollment
Windows Device Enrollment Overview
Module 9: Citrix Endpoint Management Apps
Secure Mail Features and Use
Secure Web Features and Use
QuickEdit and Secure Tasks Overview
Module 10: Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Integration
XenApp and XenDesktop Overview
Citrix Endpoint Management – Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Integration Architecture
Citrix Endpoint Management StoreFront Integration
Citrix Endpoint Management Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops User Experience
Module 11: Citrix Content Collaboration Integration
Content Collaboration Overview
Citrix Endpoint Management Content Collaboration Integration
Content Collaboration StorageZones
Federated Authentication with SAML
Module 12: Client Certificate Authentication
Client Certificate Authentication
Importing Client Certificate into Endpoint Management Server
Endpoint Management Server PI Configuration
Client Certificate Citrix ADC Integration
Module 13: Logs and Troubleshooting
Citrix recommends that students bring a mobile device (iPhone, Android or Windows device) to complete device enrollment and Worx-related exercises. This device should not be enrolled in another MDM solution, or would need to be unenrolled in order to use it to complete the mobile device-specific class exercises.
Citrix recommends students prepare for this course by taking: Endpoint Management Introduction eLearning bundle (available at elearning.citrix.com.) and have basic experience with Mobile Devices and Apps, Windows Server administration, Enterprise File Sharing and Sync, Virtual Apps and Desktops, Microsoft SL Server, Active Directory and Group Policy, and Networking including VPN concepts, SSL encryption and certificates.
This course has pre-reading or other preparation requirements which should be completed before you commence your course with us.
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