See the previous posts in the series:
In the last article, we installed Device Manager. Now we will configure basic policies and settings. Log into your instance by going to http://servername/zdm
You will get treated to a “Getting Started with Device Manager” screen which will allow you build the basic policies.
Select that you are not using App Controller:
Leave the Base Package as the name:
Select the Passcode bubble to add to the policy, then configure the passcode you want to configure:
Select Yes, enroll in corporate credentials:
This will bring you to the LDAP directory screen:
Configure your active directory connection. Ensure to enter a user account that can read from the directory, it only needs to be a Domain User:
Select Next, accept the defaults for the LDAP attributes import:
At the groups to add, you need to select two groups. One that can be admins of the XenMobile Device Manager server. And the other that can enroll their devices. We will use Domain Admins to Administrator, and Domain Users to users:
Select Next and then Finish. The Test Enrollment Screen will show you how you can test from mobile devices:
Click Next->Next-> Go to Device Manager.
Now, we need to configure the Netscaler to present the Device Manager server to the internet as mobile.accessabacus.com.
Log into your Netscaler and go to Traffic Management->Load Balancing->Service Groups
Click Add. Give a name for the service group, for example XENMOBILE-DEVICEMANAGER-443. Choose Protocol as SSL Bridge. Add PHDC-XENDM01 to the members, and select Port 443
Save the group. Make sure to do the same thing for port 8443:
Finally, create one for HTTP as the protocol on port 80:
Next go to Virtual Servers and click Add:
Create a name for the virtual server, and select Protocol as SSL Bridge, and the Port as 443. Assign it an IP address. On the service groups tab, select the service group you created above:
Do the same thing for port 8443:
Finally create the virtual server for HTTP and select the HTTP protocol and service group
Next, point your DNS to the IP address you assigned the load balancer and see if you can resolve the web page. Remember, you need ports 80, 443 and 8443 open from the external world to the Device Manager Server.
In the next article, we will install XenMobile Netscaler Connector and attach it to the XenMobile Device Manager.