Add-Ons Instructions

2. Create certificates

For script files, you can specify to run it automatically. For more information, see Virtual Machines. Select the gateway Size. This tunnel will appear as an HTTPs connection. This Add-on can start an Ammyy session with a predefined host or put Ammyy in waiting state as a client.

1. Create a virtual network and a VPN gateway

Support auto edit script and credential repositories. With this Add-on you can configure any Ericom Blaze Client session that you are already using. It will permit you to start automatically your session in a single double-click. It is compatible with any credentials repository integrated in RDM.

This add-on allows you to connect to a remote host using the specified credentials through FastClient and FastMaster. This add-on allows you to connect to an HP iLO compatible server with the specified credentials. This Add-on allows the management of IBM sessions. It can also start IBM i Access directly. The terminal can run external or embedded in RDM. Session settings can be centralized in your database. This add-on is used to open existing sessions in MobaXterm or connect to an SSH server with provided credentials.

You can specify the name of an Instance to administer, the name of a Connection to query or the name of a Model file to open. This Add-on enable you to create sessions to deal with many commonly-used tasks. You can, for example, use different control profiles, set-up a connection to specific clients or automatically execute a commands when required.

This Add-on adds the ability to use existing Proxy sessions or store a session in RDM for use on any machine with Proxy Master installed. New since Version 2. This Add-on allows the management of Remote Utilities - Viewer connections.

This Add-on allows you to use RVTools to display information about your virtual machines. This add-on allows you to execute a command with Sandboxie to start a sandboxed application to the specified sandbox. This add-on allows you to start the SAP Hana Studio application while specifying a host, username, instance name and workspace. This Add-on can be used to manage all your remote Sql Server installation. This add-on is used to connect to an already existing supremo session by providing its number and password.

This add-on enable you to create Tera Term Pro 4. Compatible with previous versions if you don't select new features. For script files, you can specify to run it automatically. This add-on allows you to add a specified TakeMote host and connect to it using the Wezarp Client. This Add-on enable to start Winbox with predefined settings host, username, password. This add-on is used to connect to an X2Go host by specifying a connection saved in the X2Go client and a username and password pair.

At this time the features are: This Add-on can be used to open Xshell session with the application. This Add-on allows the management of ZOC host sessions. You simply have to know the executable name and the opening and closing arguments. You can choose from configs stored on a local machine, or have the Add-on import the config to be used on any machine with Shrew Soft VPN Client installed.

This add-on can be used to connect to your Sophos VPN using the specified settings. It will change the host and username in the registry, then start the client. It cannot automatically connect since the password cannot be set. You have to manually type this in. This Sesssion Add-on can start sessions selected from your saplogon. If you're working in a not editable saplogon. The Import Add-on can import a bunch of sessions from a saplogon.

This Add-on import all sessions of a SecureFX configuration folder. It is an Alpha build so please feel free to test it. I will keep adding functionallity to this Add-on. Check in Switch over Clusterenvironments. This Add-on can be used to query the Who Is information for a web site. If you're new to Azure, we recommend that you use the Resource Manager deployment model instead.

The Resource Manager deployment model is the most current deployment model and offers more options and feature compatibility than the classic deployment model.

For more information about the deployment models, see Understanding deployment models. For the Resource Manager version of this article, select it from the drop-down list below, or from the table of contents on the left. This article shows you how to create a VNet with a Point-to-Site connection in the classic deployment model using the Azure portal. This configuration uses certificates to authenticate the connecting client, either self-signed or CA issued.

You can also create this configuration using a different deployment tool or deployment model by selecting a different option from the following list:. Point-to-Site VPN connections are useful when you want to connect to your VNet from a remote location, such when you are telecommuting from home or a conference. For more information, see About P2S connections. On the server side, we support SSTP versions 1. The client decides which version to use.

You can use the following values to create a test environment, or refer to these values to better understand the examples in this article:.

Before beginning, verify that you have an Azure subscription. If you don't already have an Azure subscription, you can activate your MSDN subscriber benefits or sign up for a free account.

If you don't already have a virtual network, create one. Screenshots are provided as examples. Be sure to replace the values with your own. To create a VNet by using the Azure portal, use the following steps:. Near the bottom of the Virtual Network page, from the Select a deployment model list, select Classic , and then click Create.

On the Create virtual network page, configure the VNet settings. On this page, you add your first address space and a single subnet address range. After you finish creating the VNet, you can go back and add additional subnets and address spaces. Select Pin to dashboard if you want to be able to find your VNet easily on the dashboard, and then click Create.

After clicking Create, a tile appears on your dashboard that will reflect the progress of your VNet. The tile changes as the VNet is being created. In this step, you create a gateway subnet and a Dynamic routing gateway. In the Azure portal for the classic deployment model, creating the gateway subnet and the gateway can be done through the same configuration pages.

The gateway subnet is used for the gateway services only. Never deploy anything directly to the gateway subnet such as VMs or other services. On the page for your virtual network, on the Overview page, in the VPN connections section, click Gateway. Use a private IP address range that does not overlap with the on-premises location that you will connect from, or with the VNet that you want to connect to.

You can delete the auto-filled range, then add the private IP address range that you want to use. This example shows the auto-filled ranged. Delete it to add the value that you want. Select the Create gateway immediately checkbox. Click Optional gateway configuration to open the Gateway configuration page.

Click Subnet Configure required settings to add the gateway subnet. This will allow for enough addresses to accommodate possible additional configurations that you may want in the future.

When working with gateway subnets, avoid associating a network security group NSG to the gateway subnet. Associating a network security group to this subnet may cause your VPN gateway to stop functioning as expected.

Select the gateway Size. The size is the gateway SKU for your virtual network gateway. Select the Routing Type for your gateway. P2S configurations require a Dynamic routing type. Click OK when you have finished configuring this page. You upload the public key information of the root certificate to Azure.

The public key is then considered 'trusted'. The certificate is used to authenticate the client when it initiates a connection to the VNet. If you use self-signed certificates, they must be created using specific parameters. You can create a self-signed certificate using the instructions for PowerShell and Windows 10 , or MakeCert. It's important that you follow the steps in these instructions when working with self-signed root certificates and generating client certificates from the self-signed root certificate.

Otherwise, the certificates you create will not be compatible with P2S connections and you will receive a connection error. You can use either a root certificate that was generated using an enterprise solution recommended , or you can generate a self-signed certificate. After creating the root certificate, export the public certificate data not the private key as a Base encoded X.

If you aren't using an enterprise certificate solution, you need to create a self-signed root certificate. It's important that you follow the steps in one of the P2S certificate articles below. Otherwise, the certificates you create won't be compatible with P2S connections and clients receive a connection error when trying to connect.

The steps in the provided articles generate a compatible certificate:. Each client computer that connects to a VNet using Point-to-Site must have a client certificate installed. The client certificate is generated from the root certificate and installed on each client computer.

If a valid client certificate is not installed and the client tries to connect to the VNet, authentication fails. You can either generate a unique certificate for each client, or you can use the same certificate for multiple clients. The advantage to generating unique client certificates is the ability to revoke a single certificate. Otherwise, if multiple clients are using the same client certificate and you need to revoke it, you have to generate and install new certificates for all the clients that use that certificate to authenticate.

Otherwise, the client certificates you create won't be compatible with P2S connections and clients receive an error when trying to connect. The steps in either of the following articles generate a compatible client certificate:. When you generate a client certificate from a self-signed root certificate using the preceding instructions, it's automatically installed on the computer that you used to generate it.

If you want to install a client certificate on another client computer, you need to export it as a.


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