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We have SafeNet 2 Factor Authentication implemented on our Windows 2012 R2 RDS server. All roles are installed on same server. After installing SafeNet there is no "Sign Out" link within the RemoteApps screen.

SafeNet install guide says to disable Forms Authentication which most likely removed it. Is there a workaround to getting the Sign Out link without using Forms Authentication?
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not so sure for safenet 2FA but it is just another auth server like "NPS". Just a thought that maybe we should instaad see closing the Remoteapps as sign out instead of being explicitly to state that in form though. Here is with NPS and Azure MFA

http://www.rdsgurus.com/uncategorized/step-by-step-using-windows-server-2012-r2-rd-gateway-with-azure-multifactor-authentication/

Minimally WebSSO should be implemented when after the first login all execution of remoteapps will leverage of the same credentials. For Windows RD Web Access can be configured to use Windows Authentication, instead of the default Forms Based Authentication (FBA), users will be prompted for credentials twice: once for the Windows Integrated Authentication for RD Web Access and again on the launch of the first RemoteApp in the RemoteApp and Desktop Connection. Thereafter on subsequent RemoteApp launch, SSO will work as it works in the FBA mode. Web SSO also works when RemoteApp programs are set to use RD Gateway regardless of whether RD Web Access accesses RemoteApp programs in RD Session Host mode or RD Connection Broker mode.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/2009/08/11/introducing-web-single-sign-on-for-remoteapp-and-desktop-connections.aspx
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The vendor posted an patch to the installation. Resolved!
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The vendor posted an patch to the installation. Resolved!
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