CNS-226: Implement Citrix ADC 13.x with Citrix Gateway


CNS-226 : Implement Citrix ADC 13.x with Citrix Gateway Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for the 2-days CNS-226: Implement Citrix ADC 13.x with Citrix Gateway certification training course from Koenig solutions accredited by Citrix. In this course, you will learn the skills required to configure and manage Citrix Gateway features. At the end of the course, students will be able to configure their Citrix Gateway environments to address remote access requirements for Apps and Desktops.

Target Audience

This course is built for IT Professionals working with Citrix Gateway, with little or no previous Citrix Gateway experience. Potential students include administrators, engineers, and architects interested in learning how to deploy or manage Citrix Gateway environments.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will learn:

  • Configure Authentication and Authorization
  • Define End User Access and Experience
  • Integrate Citrix Gateway with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops and additional resources
  • Employ recommended tools and techniques to troubleshoot common Citrix Gateway network and connectivity issues
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CNS-226: Implement Citrix ADC 13.x with Citrix Gateway (Duration : 16 Hours) Download Course Contents

Course Details Schedule
Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)

Fee : 600 (Includes Taxes) Includes Exam (Only for Delivery In India) 
9 AM - 5 PM (Flexible Time Slots for 4 hours option)






March
8 Hours/Day
01-02
07-08
08-09
01-04
07-10
08-11
April
8 Hours/Day
05-06
11-12
12-13
19-20
05-08
11-14
12-15
19-22
May
8 Hours/Day
03-04
09-10
10-11
17-18
03-06
09-12
10-13
17-20

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Course Prerequisites

This course requires little to no previous experience with Citrix ADC; however, Citrix recommends a basic understanding of TCP/IP, HTTP, the OSI model, network devices, and networking protocols.