Microsoft Previews Azure Active Directory Application Proxy Protections for RDS-Based Web Clients
Microsoft announced this week that it’s possible to use the Azure Active Directory Application Proxy service with Remote Desktop Services (RDS)-based Web clients to add additional security for remote connections.
RDS is Microsoft’s service that uses the Remote Desktop Protocol to connect end users to desktops and applications housed on virtual machines in remote datacenters. With the new RDS-based Web client support, end users can use their browsers for remote access to “full desktops or remote apps,” Microsoft indicated.
Currently, this RDS Web client support using the Azure Active Directory Application Proxy service is at the preview stage. To use it, organizations will need to have the Azure AD Application Proxy service in place, and they’ll need to have their App Proxy connectors…