Administrators can add a Virtual Network Computing (VNC) application that allows users to remotely control another Linux or Windows computer. Click here to learn more about VNC.
Click here for a list of compatible browsers.
|Supported OS||Supported Authentication||Encryption Limitations|
|Username + Password / Private Key||N/A|
|Linux Debian||VNC authentication (password)||N/A|
|Linux RedHat||VNC authentication (password)||N/A|
|VNC authentication (password)|
Windows authentication (Windows username and password)
Prefer On - Supported
Prefer Off - Supported
Always On - Supported
Always Maximum - Supported
For other VNC servers: All supported
To add a VNC application:
- Go to Settings-> Applications-> New Application.
- Select VNC Server.
The New VNC Server window appears.
In the Name field, enter a name for the application, for example, Acme VNC.
- In the Domain/IP address, add a Domain or IP address. Specify the application’s Local Domain/FQDN/IP address visible to the connector from the network segment.
- In the Port, enter 5900 for VNC.
- In the Connector zone drop-down menu, select a connector zone within the same network segment or that has access to the application.
For more information about connector zones, click here.
- Click Next.
- In the Identity Provider drop-down menu, select an identity provider that will manage authentication for this application.
- Click Next.
Tags help create policy rules fast and efficiently for groups of applications. Click here to learn about creating application tags.
- In the Tags area, start typing to create new tags, or choose from the Tags drop-down menu.
- Click Submit.
To commit your changes, go to the top-right menu, click Apply Changes, then select Commit Changes.
Go to Insights-> Applications to view applications recently used and see whether the VNC application was accessed by your end-users.
Updated over 1 year ago