Remote Access in Server 2008 R2
Posted on 2010-11-19
I'm looking for a walkthrough / steps on implementing a remote access solution using Remote Desktop Web Access (Server 2008 R2) with RD Gateway and Threat Management Gateway 2010 (or Unified Access Gateway), using RSA SecurID as the authentication mechanism.
So here's my thought process so far:
1. RSA fully supports Server 2008 R2 with authentication agents and IIS web agents.
2. RSA SecurID is natively supported in TMG 2010.
3. TMG / IIS fully support the passing of authentication cookies with SecurID.
Now, can someone confirm or refute that RSA SecurID pass-through authentication can be acheived with the ActiveX control to a RD Session Host server that has the RSA Authentication Agent installed?
I have done dozens of searches, and there is a lot of random information floating out there. I'm essentially trying to figure out if I can setup a secure remote access system where the users only have to enter a username and the RSA SecurID Passcode ONCE. I am aware that this IS possible with Citrix products, but can it be done with native Microsoft products?
Please provide any supporting blogs, websites, articles with responses.
Thank you in advance!