SSTP Use Case
To start working, the end user should receive the IPSec Desktop Client and RDP file to access relevant RDP services.
1. Run received IPSec Desktop Client.
2. Click the ‘Connect’ button:
3. Enter the user’s credentials in the opened pop-up.
4. After entering the correct credentials, ‘Connection Status,’ ‘Service Status’ and the ‘Application Access Status’ will be marked as successful, and a list of the available services will be present:
After successful connecting, the user can run the received RDP files to access relevant RDP services.
To start working, the end user should receive an RDP file for accessing relevant RDP services.
For details on how to generate RDP files, see CHAPTER 184.108.40.206.4 GENERATE RDP FILE.
Also, for this case need to set the following to the ‘hosts’ file (its location:
[IP address of the ZoneZero true-Pass Admin Console] [customer's subdomain]-services.packetauth.com
For example, 10.10.10.26 lab-secure-services.packetauth.com
After that, a user can run the received RDP file and get access to the relevant stations.