Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Application Protocols Using RDP

Applications protocols are RDP sessions that provide access to a specific application rather than to an entire desktop. This allows defined access to an individual application, such as CRM or accounting software. When the application is closed, the session closes. The following RDP formats can be used as applications protocols:

  • RDP Native – Uses the native RDP client to connect to the terminal server, and to automatically invoke an application at the specified path (for example, C:\programfiles\microsoft office\office11\winword.exe)
  • RDP HTML5 – Uses the HTML5-based RDP client to connect to the terminal server, and to automatically invoke an application at the specified path (for example, C:\programfiles\wireshark\wireshark.exe).

Application Support for SSO, User Policies, Bookmarks

The following table provides a list of application-specific support for Single Sign-On (SSO), global/group/user policies, and bookmark Single Sign-On control policies.

Application Support Table
ApplicationSupports SSOGlobal/Group/User PoliciesBookmark Policies
Terminal Services (RDP - Native)YesYesYes
Terminal Services (RDP - HTML5)YesYesYes
Virtual Network Computing (VNC - HTML5)YesYesYes
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)YesYesYes
TelnetYesYesYes
Telnet (HTML5)YesYesYes
Secure Shell (SSH)YesYesYes
Web (HTTP)YesYesYes
Secure Web (HTTPS)YesYesYes
File Shares (CIFS)YesYesYes
Citrix Portal (Citrix)YesYesYes

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