Http 500 Internal Server Error Citrix Web Interface
Both VPX and AC use the exact same time server.There is no RADIUS authentication in place. Using the IP works flawlessly.Errors your described are within IE. More specifically the issue is produced by some Dynamic and Static compression modules that are added by the WSUS installation that affect the Xenapp web interface website operation. It then occured to us to check the time synchronization between AD and the access gateway appliances. this content
Got the same error here.Edited by: Bartosz Tyrakowski on 21.12.2012 02:15 1357-301642-1679804 Back to top Alexander Walz Members #4 Alexander Walz 3 posts Posted 30 November 2012 - 08:14 AM Hello, I'M in dire need of a solution here. In the Temporary ASP.NET folder I have citrix_pnagent and citrix_xenapp. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/344817-error-http-500-internal-server-error/
Symptoms or Error The following error message is received from NetScaler when connecting to StoreFront/Web Interface:HTTP 500 Internal Server Error In addition to the 500 response code, the NetScaler also It takes me 3-5 tries to finally connect 0 Question by:jrsitman Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 22 Active today Best Solution byDirk Kotte sometimes the .net cache cause this problems. All Rights Reserved Privacy & Terms Search HomeAbout Me Blogpost Netscaler (Access) Gateway - /cgi/login - HTTP 500 Internal Server Error - HTTP 403 forbidden Netscaler (Access) Gateway - /cgi/login -
shutdown iis and delete (rename) the cache. If this is not the case please correct accordingly on IIS and storefront.You can try creating static routes also in VPX under Static Routes section to point to your(use the subnet This /cgi/login page would display a HTTP 500 Internal Server Error 500 as below and then if I hit refresh I would get a HTTP 403 forbidden: The website declined Right after login I got the message .
This can occur if on the same server the WSUS server role has been installed. Citrix Receiver Internal Server Error Go back to the previous page. Then if you refreshed the page the logon page would appear, but logins were erroring with a message something like "Try again, or contact your help desk or system administrator for help". http://discussions.citrix.com/topic/338167-logon-via-netscaler-sometimes-http-500-error/ It had to be an DNS problem, since IP would work.
Undertaking a DNS test - it resolves both internal and external FQDN entries without a problem. So this is my Configuration:* Access Gateway not in Failover Mode* Both CAG's have the same FQDN and certificate and 2 IP's are configured to this FQDN in the DNS* ETH0 Reply August 11, 2014 Cris Any update on this issue yet? Now _that_ error stays away. 1337-338167-1770674 Back to top Report abuse Back to NetScaler VPX Reply to quoted posts Clear Citrix ©1999-2016 Citrix Systems, Inc.
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Both CAG and AC are versions 5.0.4.The is no time synchronization problem. http://upintheaether.com/internal-server/hresult-0x2-http-status-500-http-reason-internal-server-error.php Turned off ‘ Show friendly error page’ in IE and now it displays the text ‘Servlet Exception’.No errors in the application and server logs on the controller. Please help. MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Careers Vendor Services Groups Website Testing Store Headlines Ask a Question Ask Cgi Login Netscaler
Reply February 19, 2013 James Yeah chances are you arent getting DNS resolution if you are using FQDN. Join Now For immediate help use Live now! For reprint please indicate the source. have a peek at these guys I'll be glad sharing with you the setting made on my machine (the only difference is that I have an IIS SSL certificate binded to default site in my AAC and
Created 2 Load Balancing (LB) Vitrual Services (SSL) for StoreFront Servers on LAN 2. So we started looking at the network, and nothing had changed. Things tried Reboot NetScaler (Been completed a few times for various Gateway Customisations) Hard coded IP for my DNS Name Server (no vServer) - Same issue Removing all Session Policy rules
The following is a sample response from NetScaler: HTTP/1.1 500 Server Error Content-Length:74 Connection: close Cache-Control: no-cache,no-store Pragma: no-cache Http/1.1 NS Internal Server Error 29 ” Solution Important!
I logged it with Citrix and they could not find a solution. Reply August 8, 2014 Tony Note - DEC should read DC1 Reply August 8, 2014 matthieu I had the same problem and after several hours, I had founded the mistake. The post above changing to Storefront IP triggers me. It was working prior to the upgrade and then this issue.
Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Strangely when logging into the VPX Admin Logonpoint the Dashboard states that my VPX cannot connect to the controller. On the left, expand Access Gateway, expand Policies, and click Session. http://upintheaether.com/internal-server/http-500-internal-server-error-virtual-server.php For the internal interface thre is an ANY Access Policy on the Firewall.Any other ideas? 1357-301642-1701018 Back to top Bartosz Tyrakowski Members #9 Bartosz Tyrakowski 37 posts Posted 21 December 2012
Read More AcceptPrivacy & Cookies Policy log in / registered Home CTX Support Blog Language ChineseEnglishJapaneseKoreanSpanishFrenchThaiArabicRussian languagePortugueseCantoneseGermanItalian languageDutchGreekClassical CTX126696 ( Chinese /English /Japanese /Korean /Spanish /French /Thai /Arabic /Russian language /Portuguese somewehere within the following path: C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v???\Temporary ASP.NET Files\your site name restart IIS clear the local browser cache (dont know why but nessesary at my notebook) possible some Virusscanner or local firewall I can get around this by using an IP address in the Session policy (which is OK for a workaround) however I need to try to resolve it so a the Httperr.log gives ‘503’ errors once and a while, which means ‘service not running’.