Citrix Endpoint Analysis for IGEL OS

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IGEL has the solution for fully managed, secure endpoint access to any digital workspace that gives IT teams control and end-users the freedom to work productively in a hybrid world. Enabling on-prem and choice of any cloud, from any device, anywhere, IGEL unlocks a collaborative and productive end user computing experience while solving the common security and management challenges required to compete and win in today’s world of hybrid work

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The integrated versions are shown in the release notes of IGEL OS 11.08.290.

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Product Details

In close collaboration with Citrix product teams we integrated the Citrix Endpoint Analysis (EPA) and Netscaler Gateway plugin in IGEL OS. 


Endpoint Analysis (EPA) is a process that scans a user’s device and detects information, such as the presence and version level of operating system updates, antivirus, firewall, and web browser software. Endpoint Analysis allows the IT admin to determine if a user’s device meets the organization’s requirements before it connects to their network. IT can check files, processes, and registry entries on the user device during the user session to ensure that the device continues to meet the requirements. Citrix Endpoint Analysis product documentation


Citrix Endpoint Analysis for IGEL OS enables our customers to directly use the solution (with corresponding configuration on client and server-side) to analyse and secure user devices.

Granular Control enables direct access to analyze and check device posture.
The integration of the Citrix Gateway into IGEL OS grants the IT administrator access to Citrix endpoint analysis to run a health check on the posture of a targeted device from the IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS).

With this integration, IGEL UMS administrators accessing Citrix resources will be able to perform EPA checks for file, process, device, and mount point before authentication.