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XTAM Windows Remote App Launcher

XTAM provides the ability to configure secure high trust application logins for remote application proxies using the Windows Remote Desktop Services RemoteApp functionality available in Windows Server. To learn more about this Windows Remote Desktop services technology, click here.

In addition Windows RDS, as of the June 25, 2018 release, XTAM now also supports the launching of remote apps using TSplus.

(Click here for detailed XTAM Remote App topics and examples)

The following use cases and scenarios are covered when configuring XTAM to use your Windows RemoteApp infrastructure.

  • Provides end-users the ability to securely login and use Remote Applications without providing their native privileged credentials.
  • Easily capture video and keystroke recordings of all activity during their remote application sessions.
  • Quickly share access using permissions and workflows to ensure users have access to the remote applications during the times when they need it the most.
  • Assign policies to securely rotate passwords using time, event or automated actions.

 

XTAM Remote App Launcher works with your existing Windows Desktop Services RemoteApp environment by:

1

Creating a secure connection to your Windows Desktop Services RemoteApp host.

2

Executing a script from this host using a Published application to launch only the user’s desired remote application.

3

Securely entering the credentials for the remote application without fully disclosing them to the user.

4

Once authenticated, enabling controls (mouse and keyboard) for the user so they can utlize the remote application.

5

Recording keystrokes and (optionally) video of the user’s session with the remote application.

 

To use the XTAM Remote App Launcher, the following pre-requisites are required:

1

Fully implemented, configured and working Windows Remote Desktop Services Host. If you have not deployed a Windows Remote Desktop Services host yet, there are many online tutorials available with this one being an example: http://www.concurrency.com/blog/w/rds8-quick-and-easy,-remoteapp-on-windows-server-2

2

The credentials entered into the XTAM Remote App Host record must be included in the Collections properties as a member of User Group.

3

The XTAutoShell program must be installed and made a Published RemoteApp Program.


 

To get started using XTAM to securely manage Remote Applications, please review the following FAQ articles:

 
 

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