Is there a way to secure RDP sessions using OTP (One-Time Password) from an Aladdin eToken without having to install extra client software?
Our users currently use the Remote Desktop Client over port 80 which is NATed to 3389 at an ISA server to access the corporate LAN - it would be nice to secure the authentication process with a Windows Password+OTP. If there were a way to implement RADIUS authentication with RDP, my problem would be easily solved.
My organization is currently using eToken OTP for VPN and OWA (behind ISA 2004). Unfortunately, Aladdin does not offer an RDP plugin nor do they offer technical support to customers (only partners/distributors).
Aladdin does offer an IIS OTP plugin but it seems that this plugin does not work well. I would like to avoid implementing the Remote Desktop Web Connection as it requires an Active X plug-in. TightVNC would be a possibility but it does not support SSL.
What is the worry over using RDP alone? If you have the M$ Terminal Service gateway, users can connect over HTTPS in addtion to RDP.
You can disable the ability of users to check the "remember password"
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