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Remote System Administration 29
Enabling HTTP and HTTPS Support on the Connection Brokers (VAS Support)
The Connection Broker can be configured to accept http and https requests
simultaneously. To support https requests, however, you must first obtain a Web server
certificate for each Connection Broker.
Installing Connection Broker Web Server Certificates (VAS Support)
For https support, obtain a Web server certificate for each Connection Broker. You can
obtain a certificate issued by an external certificate authority (such as Microsoft Certificate
Server) or an external certificate authority (such as VeriSign or Entrust). After obtaining
the certificates, use the following guidelines to install each certificate:
1. Display the left-hand pane in the Provision Management Console.
2. Expand the Connection Brokers node.
3. Right-click the node corresponding to the Connection Broker.
4. On the General tab, click Configuration, and then click Server Certificate.
5. Select the desired certificate from the list for installation.
Configuring the Connection Broker HTTP and HTTPS Ports (VAS
Support)
To configure the Connection Broker http and https ports, use the following guidelines:
1. Display the left-hand pane In the Provision Management Console.
2. Expand the Servers node.
3. Right-click Connection Brokers and select Properties.
4. Select one or both protocol options (http and/or https).
5. Specify the corresponding TCP port numbers.
Warning
If IIS is installed on the same server, be sure to select non-conflicting TCP
ports.
Configuring {username}.ini Files and RDP Connection Parameters (VAS
Support)
After a user is successfully authenticated, the Connection Broker dynamically generates a
user-specific configuration file named {username}.ini and sends it to the thin client. This
file is generated entirely in memory and contains a list of RDP connection parameters
referencing the authorized published desktop of the user.
The dynamically generated {username}.ini file contains the following list of mandatory
RDP connection parameters:
Application: Name of published desktop
Description: Description of published desktop
Icon: The icon displayed on WYSE desktop
Username: User account name
Password: User password
Domainname: Windows domain
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