Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Adding or Editing User Bookmarks

The Bookmarks page provides configuration options to add and edit user bookmarks. In addition to the main procedure that follows, see the following steps.

To define user bookmarks

  1. In the Edit User Settings window, click the Bookmarks page.
  2. Click Add Bookmark. The Add Bookmark window displays.

    When user bookmarks are defined, the user sees the defined bookmarks from the Secure Mobile Access Virtual Office home page.

  3. Type a descriptive name for the bookmark in the Bookmark Name field.
  4. Enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or the IPv4 or IPv6 address of a host machine on the LAN in the Name or IP Address field. In some environments you can enter the host name only, such as when creating a VNC bookmark in a Windows local network.

    If a Port number is included with an IPv6 address in the Name or IP Address field, the IPv6 address must be enclosed in square brackets, for example: [2008::1:2:3:4]:6818.

    Some services can run on non-standard ports, and some expect a path when connecting. Depending on the choice in the Service field, format the Name or IP Address field.

    Bookmark Name or IP Address Formats by Service Type
    Service TypeFormatExample for Name or IP Address Field
    RDP - HTML5
    RDP - Native
    IP Address
    IPv6 Address
    IP:Port (non-standard)
    FQDN
    Host name
    10.20.30.4
    2008::1:2:3:4
    10.20.30.4:6818
    JBJONES-PC.sv.us.sonicwall.com
    JBJONES-PC
    VNC
    VNC - HTML5
    IP Address
    IPv6 Address
    IP:Port (mapped to session)
    FQDN
    Host name
    NOTE: Do not use session or display number instead of port.
    10.20.30.4
    2008::1:2:3:4
    10.20.30.4:5901 (mapped to session 1)
    JBJONES-PC.sv.us.sonicwall.com
    JBJONES-PC
    NOTE: Do not use 10.20.30.4:1
    TIP: For a bookmark to a Linux server, see the Tip below this table.
    Citrix (Citrix Web Interface)
    Citrix - HTML5
    Citrix - Native
    Citrix - ActiveX
    IP Address
    IPv6 Address
    IP:Port IP:Path or File
    IP:Port:Path or File FQDN URL:Path or File
    URL:Port
    URL:Port:Path or File
    Note: Port refers to the HTTP(S) port of Citrix Web Interface, not to the Citrix client port.
    172.55.44.3
    2008::1:2:3:4
    172.55.44.3:8080 or [2008::1:2:3:4]:8080
    172.55.44.3 /folder/file.html
    172.55.44.3:8080/report.pdf
    www.citrixhost.company.net
    www.citrixhost.net/folder/
    www.citrixhost.company.com:8080
    www.citrixhost.com:8080/folder/index.html
    HTTP
    HTTPS
    URL
    IP Address of URL
    IPv6 Address
    URL:Path or File
    IP:Path or File
    URL:Port
    IP:Port
    URL:Port:Path or File
    IP:Port:Path or File
    www.sonicwall.com 204.212.170.11 2008::1:2:3:4 www.sonicwall.com/index.html 204.212.170.11/folder/ www.sonicwall.com:8080 204.212.170.11:8080 or [2008::1:2:3:4]:8080 www.sonicwall.com:8080/folder/index.html 204.212.170.11:8080/index.html
    File Shares
    (CIFS)
    Host\Folder\
    Host\File
    FQDN\Folder
    FQDN\File
    IP\Folder\
    IP\File
    server-3\sharedfolder\
    server-3\inventory.xls
    server-3.company.net\sharedfolder\
    server-3company.net\inventory.xls
    10.20.30.4\sharedfolder\
    10.20.30.4\status.doc
    NOTE: Use backslashes even on Linux or Mac computers; these use the Windows API for file sharing.
    FTPIP Address
    IPv6 Address
    IP:Port (non-standard)
    FQDN
    Host name
    10.20.30.4
    2008::1:2:3:4
    10.20.30.4:6818 or [2008::1:2:3:4]:6818
    JBJONES-PC.sv.us.sonicwall.com
    JBJONES-PC
    Telnet
    Telnet - HTML5
    IP Address
    IPv6 Address
    IP:Port (non-standard)
    FQDN
    Host name
    10.20.30.4
    2008::1:2:3:4
    10.20.30.4:6818 or [2008::1:2:3:4]:6818
    JBJONES-PC.sv.us.sonicwall.com
    JBJONES-PC
    SSHv2IP Address
    IPv6 Address
    IP:Port (non-standard)
    FQDN
    Host name
    10.20.30.4
    2008::1:2:3:4
    10.20.30.4:6818 or [2008::1:2:3:4]:6818
    JBJONES-PC.sv.us.sonicwall.com
    JBJONES-PC
  5. Optionally, you can enter a friendly description to be displayed in the bookmark table by filling in the Description field.

  6. Optionally, you can enter a comma-separated list of categories where this bookmark appears in the Categories field. For example: Favorites, Tab1, Tab 2. Note that standard tabs, such as Desktop, Web, Terminal, or Mobile, do not need to be specified.

  7. Set whether users are can edit or delete bookmarks from the Virtual Office portal by selecting for Allow user to edit/delete. You can select to Allow, Deny, or to Use the user policy setting.

  8. Select one of the service types from the Service drop-down menu.

    For the specific service you select from the Service drop-down menu, additional fields might appear. Use the following information for the chosen service to complete the building of the bookmark:

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