Hello fellow NetPros,
I have a need to enable RDP with a public IP address. There will be an ASA 5500 and a Cisco 2800 series router in front of the Terminal server. What I would like to do is when users attempt to RDP to that particular IP address they are prompted with a challenge for the RSA token. If they successfully enter the password they are then presented with the log-in to the terminal server. A Cisco engineer has told me that it can't be done. The ASA can only authenticate http, https, VPN and telnet traffic. Has any had a similar requirement and been able to make it work?
Also, the RSA agent can't be loaded onto the server directly. This would cause inside users to be challenged as well and that is something that we wish to avoid.
Thanks in advance. All replies will be rated.