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JAVA RDP will fail connection w/o NC loaded

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JAVA RDP will fail connection w/o NC loaded

Upgraded to 7.0R4 today and was happy to see a built in JAVA RDP since I could never get Proper to work right. I configured our Terminal Server Farm Profile to use JAVA if needed and picked the new JAVA RDP. I am testing it from home on a Mac and it loads but fails to connect to the terminal server. I can start Network Connect and then it works... The juniper windows RDP connects just fine without using NC but the JAVA RDP seems to fail connection without it? Any suggestions?

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mattspierce_
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Re: JAVA RDP will fail connection w/o NC loaded

In the Resource Policies/Terminal Services did you set an access control policy that allows the traffic? Is the poicly mapped to a Role that you are defining the Java client for?

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mattspierce_
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Re: JAVA RDP will fail connection w/o NC loaded

In the Resource Policies/Terminal Services did you set an access control policy that allows the traffic? Is the poicly mapped to a Role that you are defining the Java client for?

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Re: JAVA RDP will fail connection w/o NC loaded

It has the auto policy created for port 3389 and is applied to the correct roles. I have Java Support enabled and using the Hob-Juniper RDP Applet. Not sure why windows RDP works and applet doesn't I checked the port used for the applet and it is set for <<SERVERPORT>> which I assume is being pulled from the resource setup.

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Re: JAVA RDP will fail connection w/o NC loaded

Fixed... We have 1 shared ip address that gets forwarded to 1 of 3 terminal servers so the autopolicy was created for the common ip but I had to manually add the other 3 addresses to the Terminal Services Policy to allow traffic to flow. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.