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passing AD variables for rdp access?

knobbynoo_
Occasional Contributor

passing AD variables for rdp access?

What I want to do is create an additional unique AD field for each user machine, create an rdp/termservice resource and use this additional AD field for the "host:" field in the resource.

Now straight away that doesnt sound right to me as the AD field is not a dns value, so the host field will not be able to resolve it. So I'm guessing that there must be another way of mapping a user to their specific machine by way of looking up a unique AD field, which is mapped to their machine only.

But how?


over to you clever people! Smiley Tongue

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knobbynoo_
Occasional Contributor

Re: passing AD variables for rdp access?

Manged to sort it out - so please disreguard Smiley Happy

zanyterp_
Respected Contributor

Re: passing AD variables for rdp access?

Glad to hear it worked out; can you share which item was used for you LDAP attribute that you retrieved?

jjh_
Occasional Contributor

Re: passing AD variables for rdp access?

screenshots attached

what this gives you is single sign-on rdp to an ip pulled out of ldap

just need to have your Windows guys set ip of user to custom ldap attribute