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  2. Looks great. What do you use for the ssh sessions? Can we choose our own backend client?
  3. Flash, what's that It's compatible with all HTML browsers, but does require JRE to be installed on your web server. Nothing on the client is required.
  4. I was thinking to myself, how much better can the RSL get? I mean, it's already speedy and works well. Then I read: session recording completely web based That's awesome! Of course, please be HTML5, please be HTML5, please don't use Flash, please be HTML5
  5. AD integration

    ... Which is a snap once you have the cert available. A simple matter of importing it on the host in question and then telling IIS to use it. Of course, where you procure the cert is a different matter That fully depends on how your company's chosen to tackle this matter.
  6. AD integration

    Hi expat1000, Can you let us know what sort of AD integration you are interested in, and then we can point you do the correct information i.e. are you wanting users to login with their AD account, or are you wanting to perform Password Resets on Active Directory accounts. And yes, when we first install Passwordstate it is using HTTPS - using a self-signed certificate. By default Self-Signed certificates are not trusted by the browser, but we have instructions in our installation guide (which comes with your download) to show you how to trust it. Ideally you should be assigning your own trusted SSL certificate to the site in IIS. Regards Click Studios
  7. AD integration

    Can you point me to a specific video?
  8. AD integration

    Thanks, bro
  9. AD integration

    Yes. There's tons of information in the documentation, refer to the User Manual and Security Administrators manual here https://www.clickstudios.com.au/documentation/ Screenshots are here: https://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-screenshots.aspx Videos are here: https://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-videos.aspx
  10. AD integration

    Hi, I am just exploring this program. We are primarily interested in in AD integration. are there screenshots or videos on that specific element? Also, does the internal server use https?
  11. In March 2018 we will be releasing a new Remote Session Launcher - Includes support for RDP, SSH, session recording, session proxy and completely web based. See teaser trailer here: https://youtu.be/JfIbKKfjihA We hope you all get some good use out of it:) Regards, Support.
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  13. I'd love to pitch in and help figure this stuff out, but right now my workload's a bit too much. Studying for my next exam, which is where I learned about Swagger and OpenAPI
  14. Hi Greg, Thanks very much for letting us know Regards Click Studios
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  16. Hi guys, just wanted to let you know that this is working properly for me now. Not exactly sure which update or when, but I was able to launch and log into an iDRAC console today. Thanks!
  17. Thanks Buckit - looks like we've also got a lot more learning to do
  18. Hi guys, Isn't it great how you can just keep on learning new things in IT? I've been working myself through all manner of interesting topics and only now I've started learning about tools such as Swagger. Imagine my mirth upon learning that I don't necessarily have to hand-code a Powershell module (or another lib for a different lang), by having Swagger CodeGen make one for me! All that's required is an OpenAPI compatible documentation of your API! (as if that's a small matter...) Either way, I'd love it if you could put this on your long-term backlog. I imagine more people could find this useful!
  19. SSL redirect

    Hello, During the install, the default port specified is 9119 - and this should have created a binding with your certificate on this port. I believe the reason port 443 was not created, was because you did not change the default binding of 9119 to 443. You can now delete 9119 since you have 443 working. Regards Click Studios
  20. SSL redirect

    Hello, Following your screenshot I was able to determine it had not created the binding for https on 443, I created the binding and selected the correct SSL cert. Changed the database back to force SSL, and it all seems to be loading fine. One question, should it have created this binding during installation? As I did not see any step indicating I needed to do this. Also I have port 9119 in there and it was an option during install to chose this port. However that port doesn't seem to load anything ? What is it used for, is it necessary to leave this port open ?
  21. SSL redirect

    Here you go:
  22. Okay - thanks. We'll have a look at the other post.
  23. Funky monkeys! That's great!
  24. I was able to get it working with R1. The install worked flawlessly, I decided to just start fresh reload my VM with server 2012 and load SQL server 2016 R1. however after I completed the setup in the web interface and tried to login I started having the issue outlined in this topic. https://www.clickstudios.com.au/community/index.php?/topic/2092-ssl-redirect/&tab=comments#comment-5363
  25. SSL redirect

    I'am not using load balancers. I'm sorry but I'm not very familiar with IIS, where can I find the bindings you are looking for ?
  26. LDAP over SSL

    Thanks Guys
  27. Hello Everyone, In a recent virus definition update on Windows Server 2016, Windows Defender seems to be quarantining the file c:\inetpub\passwordstate\bin\AgileDotNet.VMRuntime.dll for some customers - this does not seem to affect other operating systems at this stage. When this happens, it will prevent access to Passwordstate. This is a false/positive by Microsoft, as you can see from the scan below from virustotal.com. if you experience this issue, please follow section '5. Manual Upgrade Instructions' in the following document to update all files again - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/version8/Upgrade_Instructions.pdf We also recommend setting up an exception in Windows Defender, to prevent this from occurring again, until we can organize with Microsoft to fix this. Regards Click Studios
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