In policy there are some configuration that specifically available for each type of application. This article intended to shows what are the configuration option that can be choose for RDP Application. Before we're going further with details of that supported policy option, you need to have admin user to create policy, please check these KB down below about Admin access:
Here are how you can see all the option supported by RDP app:
- login to https://portal.safous.com
- Go to Settings tab> ZTNA
- In Policies, click on New Policy button
- Once clicked, it will expand all the option for policy that can be use for application authorization
- When you select application that has RDP types, then some configuration can be choose
- Allow clipboard configuration will enables you choose to allowed or disallowed clipboard/copy function from RDP session on remote node. If you enables it, then whenever you open the session there's this kind of notification
- Allow drive redirection, Allow device redirection, Allow printer redirection & Allow camera configurations only can be use if you're using "Native Access" connection method that can be choose during RDP app creation. That options are the same as when you're set the windows RDP client setting for "local devices and resource"
- Use multiple monitors (not supported in Linux) configuration is only can be use properly if your target RDP app is using a standard Windows OS, not a Linux OS which installed with RDP server protocol. This configuration is the same as when you're set the windows RDP client setting for "Display"
- Record Session, basically it allows you to record every session the details can be found here
- Supervisor can interact with session, this function requires to enable supervised user policy access first. When enabled, then the supervisor who approved the session, can see what the requestor doing and can interact with the session. When being supervised, there's a notification at the bottom, here's the example (left - supervisor , right - user being supervised)
- Allow audio input configuration only can be use if you're using "Native Access" connection method that can be choose during RDP app creation. That options are the same as when you're set the windows RDP client setting for "Remote Audio"