Expanding my LAB today with Citrix Session Recording. Carl Stalhood did a great guide on it, have a look over here: http://www.carlstalhood.com/session-recording
In my environment, half way of installing ‘SessionRecordingAdministrationx64.msi’ I got an error: Not all privileges referenced are assigned to the caller….
Probably something to do with SQL/Database, not sure at this moment.
I restarted the installation and disabeling the database component, this time the install completed succesfully. Next I did a computer restart.
After that, i ran the installation again, installing the ‘Session Recording Database’ component. This completed succesfully.
Some hands-on experience with Netscaler v18.104.22.168_nc, looking great. (feels better, more stable then the older v11 version)
While the ‘Authentication Dashboard’ & ‘Logs’ is a great improvement upon SSH, and performing a Linux ‘cat’ against aaadebug file (for more info see: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX114999 ) I’ve stumbled upon something strange. When inserting all LDAP parameters correctly the ‘Dashboard’ still is complaining about ‘Invalid Admin Bind Credentials’ while the ‘Logs’ are confirming I can logon successfully.
Testing this is done by binding (a MS AD 2012_r2) LDAP ‘Server’ and ‘Policy’ settings ‘Globaly’ on Netscaler and adding a MS AD Group to Netscaler’s ‘User Administration / Groups’ section.
Performing a login through the Netscaler GUI works as a charm, with AD credentials. Strange..
In my case tthis may have to do with a bit of latency between DMZ and LAN segments of my customers environment, else it could be a bug.
In this case, the proof really is in the (eating of the) pudding, rather then the making, anyhow
Good luck & Greetings,