3.1 Configuring Remote Desktop Gateway Plug-in

NOTE:Before configuring Remote Desktop Gateway, if you have enabled Multitenancy you must specify a tenant name. This is required because an endpoint can be created in a wrong tenant. For more information on configuring the Multitenancy setting, see Configuration Settings for Multitenancy in the Advanced Authentication - Windows Client guide.

  1. Install naaf-rdgplugin-x64-release-<version>.msi on a Remote Desktop Gateway machine.

  2. If you have enabled Multitenancy, create a file C:\ProgramData\NetIQ\Windows Client\config.properties, and add the parameter tenant_name with a used tenant name as a value in the configuration file. Otherwise the endpoint might be created in a wrong tenant.

  3. On a client machine, run mstsc and configure the client by performing the steps described in Configuring Remote Desktop Client section. This establishes a connection between the Remote Desktop Gateway and the Remote Desktop server.

    NOTE:When you configure the Remote Desktop Gateway plug-in, the Remote Desktop Connection Authorization Policies (RD CAP) and Resource Authorization Policies (RD RAP) are disabled. These policies cannot be accessed from the Remote Desktop Gateway Manager. Policy settings that are configured prior to the Remote Desktop Gateway integration are overlooked by the Remote Desktop Gateway.