Connect using Client Authorization

Use this procedure to create an Reflection emulation session that connects to the Reflection Security Proxy and requires a user token for client authorization. Client authorization is a configurable option in Reflection Security Proxy that is enabled by default.

To configure a session

  1. In a web browser, start Reflection Security Gateway by setting the URL to:

    where server and port are replaced with the Reflection Management server address.

    Log on to Administrative WebStation

  2. Click Administrative WebStation and log on as administrator.
  3. From the left pane, click Session Manager.

    Session Manager

  4. Click Add to open the Add New Session page.
  5. Under Windows-Based, select Reflection Workspace, and click Continue.

    New Reflection Session

  6. Specify a trusted location on the user's workstation where settings files will be stored, and then click Launch.

    Reflection opens the new session document on your workstation in Administrative WebStation mode.

  7. Configure the new session document as follows:
    1. In the Create New Document dialog box, choose the type of session and then click Create.
    2. Enter the IP Address or Host name, configure other settings as required, and then select Configure additional settings.
    3. In the Settings dialog box, under Host Connection, click Set Up Connection Security.
    4. In the Configure Advanced Connection Settings dialog box, click Security Settings.
    5. In the Security Properties dialog box, select Use SSL/TLS security and then select Use Reflection security proxy.
  8. If you are prompted for a certificate, accept it, wait until the session connects, and then close the session.
  9. When prompted, confirm that you want to send the settings to the Administrative WebStation.

    In the WebStation Session Manager page, a message indicates that the session is saved.

  10. Click Map session access and use Access Mapper to configure which users have access to the session document.
  11. Point users to the Reflection URL (for example http://myserver/rweb) to access Reflection sessions.