This section provides information about securing the deployment of CAST AIP using a legacy method. This documentation is no longer maintained and may contain obsolete information.
As described in Deployment - security, to deploy CAST AIP securely, the various CAST AIP components are divided into two distinct groups known as Front and Back Office. In the vast majority of situations (whether a standard CAST AIP installation (as described in Installing CAST AIP) or a secure deployment, Virtual Machines will be used to host the various CAST AIP components, and, whilst these Virtual Machines can be accessed in a variety of different ways (Remote Desktop etc.) the recommended secure method for using and accessing the Back Office components is via a Citrix XenApp application.
This section of documentation provides information about:
- Recommended configuration for deploying CAST AIP Back Office components in a Virtual Machine environment - this not only applies to a secured deployment, i.e. these settings can be used even if you do not intend to deploy CAST AIP Back Office components via Citrix XenApp.
- Deploying CAST AIP through XenApp