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how to open a direct web uri resource

New Contributor

how to open a direct web uri resource

hi

i need to configure a direct link published by pulse

meaning i have for example: "http://mysite.mydomain.com/profile/1.html"

 

the requested behaviour is that this link points to the external leg of the pulse configured with

a web resource point to lets say "http://my,internaldomain.com"

 

the requestted behaviuor is when clicking the external link it will go to authentication page, and after that will show me "http://m.internaldomain.com/profile/1.html"

 

but instead i am getting authentication page and after it:  

The page you requested could not be found

anyone can help me solve it ?

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Moderator

Re: how to open a direct web uri resource

Do you have my.internaldomain.com configured (and enabled) as a start page OR */ as an enabled start page?
Will you have multiples of these or just this one instance that you want to link in this way?
New Contributor

Re: how to open a direct web uri resource

yes i have configured the entry */ ofcourse

i ment in a dynamic way.

the user will get one time the url:   my.externaldomain.com/1.html

and in other time:  my.externaldomain.com/77.html

and in other ocation: my.externaldomain.com/xyz.html

it's random (it's comming from and application since in the organization it gets a valid url

i just wanted to publish it to the internet and adding authentication to it prior.

 

ruc
Pulser

Re: how to open a direct web uri resource

Based on what you mentioned above I reckon the Web rewriting feature is a going to be the best fit for you (its dynamic and a very advanced parsing and rewriting engine that works with several web technologies/applications). Here is a strating point for relevant config. Let us know how you go. 

 

https://docs.pulsesecure.net/WebHelp/Content/PCS/PCS_AdminGuide_8.2/Task%20Summary%20Configuring%20t...

 

Moderator

Re: how to open a direct web uri resource

Thank you for explaining what you are looking to do further. This is not possible to achieve without creating sign-in policies and URLs for each path.
If you have control of the application and how it creates the URL, you can have the application send the rewritten URL (e.g. my.externaldomain.com/77.html,DanaInfo=my.internaldomain.com,+SSL) and enable the option for browser passthrough on the role at Users>User roles>roleName>General>Session Options. This will allow authentication to occur and then the PCS present the rewritten page to the user.