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Provide Access to ActiveX Applications through SSL VPN Portal

Applicable Version: 10.00 onwards

Overview

This article describes how administrator can provide SSL VPN Users access to ActiveX Applications like RDP and SSH.

Scenario

An SSL VPN User needs Remote Desktop(RDP) access to the Active Directory (AD) Server 172.16.16.5 in the LAN. Also he needs to have SSH access of a Cyberoam deployed in Bridge Mode 172.16.16.10 at an internal network point. 

This is done by publishing bookmarks of the applications to the User.

Configuration

You must be logged on to the Web Admin Console as an administrator with Read-Write permission for relevant feature(s).

Step 1: Create Bookmark for RDP

Go to VPN > SSL > Bookmark and click Add to create a new Bookmark as per parameters given below. 

Parameter

Value

Description

Name

RDPtoADS

Name to identify the Bookmark.

Type

RDP

Select type of Bookmark.

 

Available options:

HTTP

HTTPS

RDP

Telnet

SSH

FTP

URL

172.16.16.5

Specify the URL of the website/host for which the bookmark is to be created.

Screen Resolution

1024 × 768

Select from the available options.

Port

3389

Specify the port number on which the RDP service is running.

 

Default - 3389

 

 

Click OK to save the bookmark. 

Step 2: Create Bookmark for SSH

Go to VPN > SSL > Bookmark and click Add to create a new Bookmark as per parameters given below. 

Parameter

Value

Description

Name

SSHtoCR

Name to identify the Bookmark.

Type

SSH

Select type of Bookmark.

 

Available options:

HTTP

HTTPS

RDP

Telnet

SSH

FTP

URL

172.16.16.5

Specify the URL of the website/host for which the bookmark is to be created.

 

 

Click OK to save the bookmark. 

Step 3: Create SSL VPN Policy

Go to VPN > SSL > Policy and click Add to create a policy. 

In the policy,select the Access Mode as Application Mode. Under the Application Access Settings, select thebookmarks created in step 1 and 2.
 


Step 4: Assign VPN Policy to User

Go to
Identity > Users > Users, select the user on whom the policy is to be applied. Apply the policy as shown below.
 
 

Click OK to save user settings. 

The above configuration allows user John Smith to access the Active Directory Server over RDP and internal Cyberoam over SSH via an SSL Connection.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                             Document Version: 2.0 – 26 February, 2015

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