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  • Server 2008 TS Web Access - Forms Based Authentication?

    Hi Folks

    Currently working on deploying 2008 TS Web Access, have got it working ok on the intranet, it doesn't yet work fully on the internet but I'll figure that out.

    Just wondering about the logon page for internet access.

    I have published it to the internet, and can access the TS Web Access page externally after I enter my domain creds in the standard Windows authentication box (just can't load any apps but as I say I'll work that one out).

    But seeing as how OWA and CWA can use Forms Based Authentication to give the user a nice looking logon page, wondering why I can't find the equivalent for TS Web Access?

    Can FBA be configured for TS Web Access?

    Anyone got TS Web Access working correctly with a nice logon page for the users?

    Cheers

    Taw_J

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    Re: Server 2008 TS Web Access - Forms Based Authentication?

    Hi Taw,

    that solution exists if you're willing to use MS ISA Server 2006 as your frontend authenticator. In fact, it's the only solution that allows that FBA-method for TSWA.

    I did two official presentations on this, one on October 2007 in Amsterdam at BriForum Europe (http://www.briforum.com/europe/2007/session.aspx?id=288, english language) and the other one on February 2008 at Microsoft Windows Server 2008 launch-event in Germany (http://www.microsoft.com/germany/msd...hentifizierung, german language).

    The FBA forms for ISA can be downloaded for free at http://www.lonewolf-productions.de, look for "Inline login pages".

    Thorsten

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      Re: Server 2008 TS Web Access - Forms Based Authentication?

      Thank you Thorsten, really appreciate that!

      Great stuff dude

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        Re: Server 2008 TS Web Access - Forms Based Authentication?

        Hi again Thorsten

        One thing - how do I access your presentation?

        Semms to be available only to people who attended the conference.

        Thanks

        Taw_J

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