Find on the table below a description for each required parameter.
The ApiKey is a secret value, known only by Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server and the corporate application. Find out more about it on the ApiKey topic.
Use this parameter to identify the user within Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server. The value should be the user or email registered in your website. The users are seen in the Analytics Web Service.
Send the profile key of the profile you want to to connect to. The profile's settings will work as a template for the One-Time-URL connection that will be established. You can modify these settings by adding more parameters to the One-time-URL.
The plen parameter carries the password length.
Through this parameter you can set an expiration(in minutes) for the URL. Expires = 30 means that the URL won't work anymore after 30 minutes from the URL generation.
3. If Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server gets to authenticate with the parameters sent on the queryString, it will return a One-Time-URL that will allow you to establish an RDP connection with the remote desktop.