I have a question about WebVPN and AutoSignon.
We have an ASA5510 and we use the SSL WebVPN. We are developing a terminal server for application access and are connecting to it with the webvpn. However, I'd like to use auto-signon. We are using LDAP authentication to sign into the webvpn. In other enviornments, I have used auto-signon to access web pages. I am just not sure how to do it with RDP, or if it can be done with rdp. The terminal server is going to be running windows server 2008 & I am assuming that we will need to modify some of the terminal services policies to allow the credentials to pass through. We'd like to not require the user to input username and password again.
I've also used the ASA RDP client.
We aren't using single-sign on, ie we don't have any kind of third party protect running. We just use the ASA & Active directory.
So, has anyone ever done any kind of auto-signon with RDP?
As a added benefit, it would be good to integrate TS Remote Apps with the WebVPN. TS Remote apps creates a rdp file that would execute a single application on the terminal server. While it's actually an rdp session, it appears to the end user as a locally installed application. Does anyone have any experience with appling a predefined RDP file or a TS Remtoe app to the webvpn?
Just to shore up my understanding, when you access the rdp client with the webvpn, is the ASA running it's own RDP client or is it accessing the RDP client on the web-client's computer?
And, does anyone know of any documents that describes all the parameters that can be used on the WebVPN RDP client? Maybe there are some other parameters in there that would help.
RDP Plugin supports single sign on (SSO) feature.
Here is the URL for your reference (it also explains about the plugin itself and SSO):
Here is the auto-sign-on sample configuration:
Hope that helps.