RDP to your Work Desktop PC –
using Juniper MAG
You can access your desktop via a neat feature – using LDAP multi-valued attribute to create dynamic terminal services bookmarks
We can use LDAP Multi-valued attribute to create dynamic bookmarks based on a returned number of values. It is represented with where, if used as a variable in terminal services bookmarks, it will create a bookmark for each returned value.
PROBLEM OR GOAL:
Administrators can define the terminal servers/desktops that users can access by defining the servers/desktops under the LDAP Multi-valued attribute. For example, for the attribute otherIpPhone, we can use any mv attribute.
On the SA/MAG
1. Create an LDAP server instance.
2. Under the REALM role mapping, add the mv user attribute and do the role mapping as shown below :
3. Create the Terminal Services Resource Profile.
4. Define the bookmark:
5. User will see the defined values on the home page: