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Configuring RSA on ISA 2004 for Remote Desktop Web Access

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Hello,

I am trying to get RSA working for a 2 factor authentication for RDWeb. Here is my set-up

Internal Network

- 2 x Terminal Server (2008 R2) in a FARM
- 1 x Gateway Server (Web access installed)
- 1 x RD Connection Broker

DMZ network

 - ISA 2004 - (2003 Std)

I have configured everything to work correctly with regards to the terminal servers, certificates, remote apps and also ISA is publishing the Gateway server and is accessible both internally and externally fine.

However I have now been asked to  implement RSA SecureID to work with this setup.
We have a RSA server currently in place but I have no experience on how this would work for RDWeb and don't know how to go about configuring this for my scenario. I have searched around and have found info relating to ISA 2006 but nothing for ISA 2004

Any help greatly appreciated  
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Create a Listener on ISA,

- Create a Listener on ISA, require RADIUS Authentication on the Listener,
- Create a web publishing rule for the for the http://tsfarm/rdweb
- Use the listener for the rule,

This should help with ISA
http://www.isaserver.org/tutorials/ISA2004-RADIUS-Authentication-Web-Publishing-Rules-Part2.html

Can RSA be used as a RADIUS server?

But the result will be the following,

User will first be prompted for their OTP, when they login to ISA, they will be asked for Active Directory Credentials.


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