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Creating a single sign on page into our corporate network

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Hi

I am looking for a solution that will allow our users to gain access from any internet connected device to gain access to our network.

Ideally I would like a scenario whereby a user connected to the internet goes to a website perhaps hosted within our network. The user will login with secure credentials and gain access to SharePoint and our terminal server - can this be done?

We have a Cisco firewall that is great but we find users connecting from hotels etc sometimes cannot get VPN access and also users with different devices without a Cisco client needing to do work - these dives might not necessarily be company equipment,so I am looking for other solutions....

Any help greatly appreciated.
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you can use RDS - Remote desktop services with the Web Components to publish applications
you can use UAG which combines element of RDS and published websites to allow a SSO and gain access to other resources

if you give an idea of what scope you have i.e. budget, licenceing, hardware etc then i could give some more details
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by:sagarh
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Hi Thanks

Just looking for a solution so that I can get funding for this project right now... would appreciate further details.
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UAG is a bit of a finicky and irritating product but when its working its fine it would do all you need
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/forefront/unified-access-gateway.aspx here is a good starting point for MS

if you use UAG you would need RDS as well - is your terminal services up to 2008R2?

RDS Web Gateway is a lot simpler and easier to implement and support and you could just publish remote desktop, IE and some office apps which would give all the access you want

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5177

that should be enough to get you started
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