AWI: View Connection Server + Imprivata OneSign Session Settings¶
- Ignore the Pool Name to Select field
- Use the Pool Name to Select field if set
This field is case-insensitive. For Tera1 PCoIP Zero Clients, this parameter is called Desktop Name to Select.
- No verification: Connect to any appliance
- Full verification: Only connect to appliances with verified certificates
- Never connect to untrusted servers: Configure the client to reject the connection if a trusted, valid certificate is not installed. (This is the most secure option.)
- Warn before connecting to untrusted servers: Configure the client to display a warning if an unsigned or expired certificate is encountered, or if the certificate is not self-signed and the Tera2 PCoIP Zero Client trust store is empty. (This option is selected by default.)
- Do not verify server identity certificates: Configure the client to enable all connections. (This option is not secure.)
Click the Clear button to clear this cache.
This overlay provides assurance that login is proceeding if the desktop takes more than a few seconds to appear.
Before users can use this disconnect hotkey sequence, certain other configuration options must be in place. See Disconnecting from a Session for details.
Applications open in full-screen mode, but can be re-sized once users are in session.
- Disabled: Disables the PCoIP Utility Bar. By default, the utility bar is disabled.
- Enabled: Enables and auto-hides the PCoIP Utility Bar. Users can show the utility bar by pointing the mouse at the top of the screen directly under the utility bar. Users can slide the utility bar to the right and left at the top of the screen.
- Enabled and Pinned: Enables and pins the PCoIP Utility Bar at the top of the screen. Users cannot hide the utility bar, but they can slide it to the right and left at the top of the screen.
- Disabled: Disables the feature.
- Enabled: Enables the feature.
- Use Existing Setting: Uses the existing setting (affects only devices running firmware 4.1.0 or greater)
- Disabled: Disables the feature. Wiegand data are not inverted.
- Enabled: Enables the feature. Wiegand data are inverted.
- Use Existing Setting: Uses the existing setting (affects only devices running firmware 4.2.0 or greater).
When this feature is enabled, the proximity card reader is locally terminated (that is, it uses drivers in the client’s firmware), and proximity cards can only be used for tap-in/tap-out.
When this feature is disabled, the proximity card reader is bridged by default (that is, it uses drivers in the host OS), and proximity cards are not restricted. They can be used for tap-in/tap-out and also during a session—for example, when an application requires in-session authentication.
- Only use proximity cards for tap-in/tap-out: Enables/disables the feature.
- Maximum Compatibility: TLS 1.1 or higher with RSA keys: This option provides maximum compatibility.
- Suite B: TLS 1.2 with Suite B-compliant 192-bit elliptic curve encryption. This option provides a higher level of security.
Information: User- or administrator-initiated actions affecting the session:
- You have been disconnected because you logged in from another location or your host was shut down or restarted.
- You have been disconnected because an administrator disconnected you.
- You have been disconnected because you logged in from another location.
- You have been disconnected because you disconnected from your workstation.
- You have been disconnected because your session timed out.
- You have been disconnected.
- Unable to connect (0x1001). Contact your IT administrator.
- Unable to connect (0x1002). Contact your IT administrator.
- Session closed remotely.
- Session closed remotely (unknown cause).
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x100). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x201). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x300). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x301). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x302). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x303). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x305). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x400). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x401). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x402). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x403). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
- You have been disconnected due to a configuration error (0x404). Contact your IT administrator for assistance.
You can choose to display:
- Show All – This option shows all disconnect messages including Info, Warning, and Error messages.
- Error and Warnings Only – This option hides info messages and displays only Error and Warning messages.
- Show Eror Only - This option hides Info and Warning messages and displays only Error messages.
- Show None – Don’t show any disconnect messages.
How to bypass imprivata
Our Check Out feature requires customers to connect to a web service to handle the translation of badge IDs to user IDs. This document describes how to integrate with Imprivata OneSign for identity lookup. If you don’t have Imprivata OneSign, you may use a custom identity lookup service, described in a separate article.
- You must use Launchpad 4.9.3 or greater for this functionality. Password Autofill is supported in GroundControl 5.0+.
- You’ll need to have have followed the Check Out setup instructions in this guide, and that Check Out is working with our built-in GroundControl User Service.
- Your proximity badge readers need to be configured to preserve parity bits, which is not the factory default. The OneSign Agent performs this operation automatically, so you can use any proximity badge reader that was previously used with Imprivata OneSign. You can also use GroundControl to change the configuration for use with OneSign, instructions are included below.
OneSign Set Up
1. Log into the OneSign appliance administrator console
OneSign 7.2 or later
2. In the “Gear” menu, select API Access
3. Under ProveID – API access and security , select Allow full access via ProveID Web and ProveID Embedded
4. Enable the checkbox for Imprivata Mobile on iOS
5. Click Save to finish
OneSign 7.1 or earlier
- In the “Gear” menu, select ProveID
2. Enable the checkbox for Allow access via ProveID Web API
3. Enable the checkbox for Future 1
4. Click Save to finish.
1. In Admin > Check Out, change Identity Web Service to Imprivata OneSign
2. Add the hostname of your Imprivata appliance in the dialog.
3. If your organization uses a root certificate authority, upload that CA certificate to this dialog, in PEM, CER, CRT, or DER format. Otherwise leave “Disable SSL checks” selected. Save the dialog.
4. Restart any Launchpads as prompted.
To test this configuration, in the GroundControl console click the Launchpads tab, then open one of your Launchpads. In Launchpad Actions choose “Test Identity Web Service.”
Imprivata Attributes Setup
After you’ve completed either option above, the next steps are:
5. Create two new attributes in Admin > Attributes > Device Attributes:
- Imprivata Display Name: This attribute will be populated with the full name of the checkout user, which you can display on the wallpaper, the Locker app unlock screen, etc.
- Imprivata Domain: This attribute will be populated with the domain name of the checkout user.
In addition, the following attribute is built in and available for your use:
- Device User: This attribute will be populated with the Active Directory user ID of the checkout user.
6. In your “Check In” workflow, add the Set Attribute action to clear the two new attributes.
You may now test the system using one of your ID badges.
Proximity Card Reader Configuration
To configure proximity card readers for compatibility with OneSign:
- Navigate to Admin> Check Out
- From the Badge Reader type options, select the configuration that matches your computer policy settings in OneSign. Today, GroundControl only supports one card readers configuration.
- Click Save and restart Launchpad for the change to take effect.
Next: Configure Password AutoFill
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