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Microsoft profile can be used to create a profile specific to

  1. RD Web based session
  2. IP or Hostname based session

Choose Microsoft to add a Microsoft specific profile from the protocol dropdown box.

To add a Local Connection profile – Microsoft RDS Session

Microsoft profiles can be used to create a profile specific to RD Web Access based connectivity or a VM based connectivity.

  1. Click the add icon  to add the profile.

 

Add profile – RD Web Access

  1. Enter the required fields:

Profile Name – User specific, unique identifier

Domain – Auto populated (optional for Non-AD user login)

Connection Quality – Drop-down list of options to choose the session properties.

 

Below is the list of options for Microsoft RDP based session:-

  • Auto detection
  • LAN (10Mbps or more)
  • WAN (10Mbps or more with high latency)
  • Broadband High (2Mbps – 10 Mbps)
  • Broadband Low (Upto 2Mbps)
  • Legacy RDP – Recommended for RDP7 and earlier versions

 

RD Web Access – Auto Populated, if configured

 

  1. On enable RD Web Access, if RD Web URL is not auto populated enter the details manually
  2. Click Save Changes to save the profile.

 

To add a Local Connection profile – Microsoft Hostname/IP based session

  1. Click the add icon  to add the profile.

Add profile – Microsoft Protocol

  1. Enter the required fields:

Profile Name – User specific, unique identifier

IP or Hostname – IP or hostname of the remote machine

Port – Port number of the remote machine if any (Default value: 3389)

Domain – Auto populated (optional)

Username – Username to connect to the remote machine (Optional)

Connection Quality – Drop-down list of options to choose the session properties.

Auto reconnection – Optional

 

  1. Click Save Changes to save the profile.

 

  • Auto Reconnection is applicable for IP or Hostname based remote sessions
  • If Auto Reconnection is chosen, it automatically reconnects the remote session when the remote session is disconnected due to network

There are few exceptions for Auto reconnection as listed below:

  1. User-initiated operations such as:
    1. Disconnect
    2. Log off
    3. Switch user
    4. Shutdown
    5. Restart
  2. When another user established a remote connection to the same session (VM/Physical) connected from this thin client device.
  3. When the user privilege is insufficient.
  4. When a connection fails due to licensing

 

To add a Local Connection profile – Microsoft RDS Gateway

 

  1. Click the add icon to add the profile.

 

           Add profile – Microsoft RDS Gateway

 

  1.      Enter the required fields:

Profile Name – User specific, unique identifier

Domain – Auto populated (optional for Non-AD user login)

Connection Quality – Drop-down list of options to choose the session properties.

RD Web Access – Auto Populated, if configured.

RD Gateway – RDS Gateway server address.

 

  1. Enter the valid Server address and Port in the URL.
  2. Click on Save Changes to save the profile.

 

To add a Local Connection profile – Microsoft RDP Gateway

  1. Click the add icon to add the profile.

 

  1. Enter the required fields:

Profile Name – User specific, unique identifier

IP or Hostname – IP or hostname of the remote machine

Port – Port number of the remote machine if any (Default value: 3389)

Domain – Auto populated (optional)

Username – Username to connect to the remote machine (Optional)

Connection Quality – Drop-down list of options to choose the session properties.

Auto reconnection – Optional

Gateway hostname – Gateway server name

 

Add profile – Microsoft RDP Gateway

  1. Enter require details
  2. Click Save changes to save the profile.
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