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Secure Gateway and MS Threat Management Gateway

Secure Gateway and MS Threat Management Gateway

Secure Gateway and MS Threat Management Gateway

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I am trying to put Citrix Secure Gateway in the DMZ and get the traffic to go from the Secure Gateway Server in the DMZ to LAN through a MS Threat Management Gateway Firewall. This is the layout of the DMZ:

Internet | Cisco ASA firewall | DMZ - Citrix Secure Gateway | MS TMG | LAN

I had this Secure Gateway working on the LAN before I moved it to the DMZ. I put the SG in the DMZ, changed its IP address, re ran the SG setup wizard now I am having problems getting the SG to talk to the LAN Citrix servers. I am getting errors in Event viewer saying that:

All the Citrix XML Services configured for farm OppyFarm2 failed to respond to this XML Service transaction. [Unique Log ID: 66d7a00c]

Right now I have an ACCESS RULE set to ALLOW protocols HTTP,HTTPS,ICA INBOUND from SG01(secure Gateway server Name) to CITRIX02 and CITRIX02-DT (internal Citrix Servers). This is not working so I must be missing something. Anyone have any Ideas?

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