The Remote Desktop Gateway page allows you to setup your connection to use a Remote Desktop Gateway.
- Use Gateway from parent
The remote desktop gateway configuration from the parent folder will be used.
- Use an existing Gateway
Allows you to select an existing remote desktop gateway object.
- Specify Gateway settings
Allows you to configure the gateway settings below.
Use Gateway Server
Specifies when to use a Remote Desktop Gateway server.
Do not use a Remote Desktop Gateway server.
Always use a Remote Desktop Gateway server
- On demand
Use a Remote Desktop Gateway server if a direct connection cannot be made to the Remote Desktop Session Host server.
Specifies the host name of the Remote Desktop Gateway server.
Specify the Logon Method for the gateway server.
- Ask for credentials on connect
No credentials configured. Connections that require credentials may prompt the user to enter credentials upon connecting or will fail to connect.
- Use from this connection
The same credentials as configured in the Credentials page are used for gateway authentication.
- Smart card
Smart card logon is used for gateway authentication.
- Specify username and password
Provide a Username and Password. For domain accounts use the syntax "domain\username"
- Use an existing credential
Choose an existing credential from the drop-down list. You may also Add a new credential or Edit the selected credential.
- Specify a credential name
Enter or choose a credential name.
Assigning existing credentials using the name is recommended when a team of users share the same configuration file.
Each user can define a credential with the same name in his own personal and protected document.
This makes sharing files across team members very easy while keeping credentials safe.
See Work with Personal Credentials in a Shared Document for more information.