Configure OAuth with Auth0
This tutorial will show you how to enable 2FA using Auth0 with Thinfinity® Remote Desktop.
Auth0 Guardian mobile application is required for 2FA.
- Create a new application on Auth0’s administrator site, and chose “Single Page Web Application”:
- Copy your Client ID and Client Secret:
- In the “Allowed Callback URL”, you need to add the URL that you are going to use to authenticate, and the VirtualPath of the Authentication Method (OAuth by default)
- To enable 2FA , click on the “Multifactor Auth” and enable “Push Notifications”:
- Open the Thinfinity® Remote Desktop manager, navigate to the authentication tab, press “Add” -> ”OAuth2.0” -> ”Other”:
- Add the following information:
This information can be verified in the “Endpoints” tab under Advanced Settings in the Application you created on Auth0’s interface:
Click on “OK” after you entered the information.
- Click on the “Mappings” tab and then press “Add” under the Authentication ID Mask:
- Add the email address of the Auth0 user you want to validate and press “Ok”
- Then, under the “Associated Permissions” field, press on the “Add” button and search for the Active Directory User
- After you add the appropriate mappings, click on the “Apply” button.
- Navigate to the Thinfinity® Remote Desktop landing page, and you should see the “Login With OAuth” option listed as an Authentication Method: