External Authentication
Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server incorporates a mechanism to validate users in a corporate environment so that the user will not need to authenticate every time they access Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server.
How to authenticate against Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server from external applications:
The authentication against Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server can be done using:
· username and password or
· username and an ApiKey.
Every time you call Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server, you can send within its URL the authentication information. The URL format to authenticate this way is presented below:
http[s]://[username]:[password or apikey]@127.0.0.1:8443
Encryption:
Whether the authentication is done using password or apikey, the secrecy of this data is indispensable. That is why Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server enables external applications to dynamically negotiate a key to use the Diffie Hellman Key Exchange method for posterior encryption.
Learn also about these single-sign-on methods Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server is compatible with:
OAuth/2
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