Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Creating Bookmarks with Custom SSO Credentials

The administrator can configure custom Single Sign On (SSO) credentials for each user, group, or globally in HTTP(S), RDP, VNC, File Shares (CIFS), and FTP bookmarks. This feature is used to access resources such as HTTP, RDP and FTP servers that need a domain prefix for SSO authentication. Users can log in to the SMA appliance as username and click a customized bookmark to access a server with domain\username. Either straight textual parameters or dynamic variables might be used for the Username and Domain. For the Password field, enter the custom password to be passed, or leave the field blank to pass the current user’s password to the bookmark.

To configure custom SSO credentials and Single Sign-On for Forms-based Authentication (FBA)

  1. Create or edit a Citrix, HTTP(S), RDP, File Shares (CIFS), or FTP bookmark
  2. For a Citrix bookmark, enable the Automatically log in option. Only Forms-based Authentication can be used for a Citrix SSO bookmark.

    In the Bookmarks page, select the Use Custom Credentials option.

  3. In the Username and Domain fields, enter the custom text to be passed to the bookmark, or use dynamic variables, as follows:

    Dynamic Variables
    Text UsageVariableExample Usage
    Login Name%USERNAME%US\%USERNAME%
    Domain Name%USERDOMAIN%%USERDOMAIN%\%USERNAME%
    Group Name%USERGROUP%%USERGROUP%\%USERNAME%
    IP Address%IPADDR%%IPADDR%\%USERNAME%
  4. In the Password field, enter the custom password to be passed, or leave the field blank to pass the current user’s password to the bookmark.
  5. Select Forms-based Authentication to configure Single Sign-On for Forms-based authentication.

    • User Form Field – This should be the same as the ‘name’ and ‘ID’ attribute of the HTML element representing the Username in the login form, for example:

      <input type=text name=’userid’>

    • Password Form Field – This should be the same as the ‘name’ or the ‘ID’ attribute of the HTML element representing Password in the login form, for example:

      <input type=password name=’PASSWORD’ id=’PASSWORD’ maxlength=128>

  6. Check Display Bookmark to Mobile Connect clients to display the bookmark on mobile devices.
  7. Click Accept.

After launching the Citrix bookmark, you can automatically log in to the Citrix StoreFront portal as shown in the following image and it is ready to use the XenApp or XenDesktop.

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