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Ericom AccessNow integration

tnoppe_
New Contributor

Ericom AccessNow integration

Hi,

Has anybody here figured out how to integrate Ericom's HTML5 RDP/view client with Juniper (preferably as web bookmark)?

http://www.ericom.com/html5_rdp_client.asp

http://www.ericom.com/html5_client_vmware_view.asp

regards

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elawford_
Occasional Contributor

Re: Ericom AccessNow integration

From what I understand, the rewriter doesn't support HTML5 features like WebSockets yet so AccessNow will not work. We've recently been told HTML5 support is due 2H12 at present.

jspanitz_
Frequent Contributor

Re: Ericom AccessNow integration

We'd be very interested in this as well.

mjb_
Occasional Contributor

Re: Ericom AccessNow integration

If you want to get it working, just contact Ericon. 

 

I called them yesterday, they set up a meeting this morning, and 30 minutes later I had the system working through our test SA.

 

Juniper - this HTML5 client would make a GREAT addition to the SA.  It lets me connect via RDP from Chromebooks, IOS, Android, and playbook.  I'm sending a note to our sales team for a feature request.

 

I'm  evaluating remotespark as an HTML5 client next.  That one looks more feature-rich based on the web site info.

SVK_
Regular Contributor

Re: Ericom AccessNow integration

Websockets are supported in 7.4RX

 

http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/software/ive/releasenotes/j-sa-sslvpn-7.4r1-whatsnew.pdf

 

HTML5 Support (Phase 1)
Junos Pulse Secure Access Service 7.4 provides support for HTML5
through Rewriter, with new elements, attributes, and APIs.
HTML5 support for Pulse Secure Access Service 7.4 is supported in
Microsoft Internet Explorer 10, the latest Mozilla Firefox Extended
Support Release (ESR), Apple Safari running on Microsoft Windows
7 and Windows 8, Apple Mac OSX 10.7 and Mac OSX 10.8, Linux
Ubuntu, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and Apple iOS 5.x.
Additionally, support for both audio and video multimedia traffic is
available, and without the need for any additional plug-ins.
HTML5 support in Pulse Secure Access Service 7.4 can scale to
thousands of users, which remains on a par with the standard
support for Rewriter sessions.
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) access in Junos Pulse Secure
Access Service 7.4 can be delivered over HTML5, via third-party
RDP, through a WebSockets translator such as Ericom (www.
ericom.com).
 
Regards,
SVK