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will the Native Java work on Firefox?

Carlos_Garibay_
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Hello

 

I'm having issues using launching an RDP link resource through firefox.

 

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Brad_Parker_139
Nacreous
Nacreous

Have you tried using the java client rather than the native for RDP? You may have more luck. Remember it will have to be enabled the java client both in your RDP policy object and on the VIP itself.

 

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Brad_Parker_139
Nacreous
Nacreous

Have you tried using the java client rather than the native for RDP? You may have more luck. Remember it will have to be enabled the java client both in your RDP policy object and on the VIP itself.

 

Yes I did try java, but redirect printing does not work. I am using a SSL Certifcate signe by a 3rd party. I wonder if that has anything to do it with?

Also, have you installed the plug-in when prompted in FireFox?

yes, when I try to install I get " FIrefox has prevented this from installing an unverified ad on"

Ahh, the browsers are all starting to dislike plug-ins. So you will have to force FireFox to install and run the add-on. You can override the setting to enforce the add-on signing requirement by changing the preference xpinstall.signatures.required to false in the Firefox Configuration Editor (about:config page). I'm not sure when F5 is planning on or if they are planning on signing their plug-ins and get them added to the various browsers' allowed lists/stores.

Hello Brad, 

and, How do it in Google Chrome? I did this in Firefox, but I think the plugin to download is corrupted 😞

TPA_firefox1_1.png

Regards,
Oscar 

That worked Thanks alot Brad for your time

Most welcome.

Brad_Parker
Cirrus
Cirrus

Have you tried using the java client rather than the native for RDP? You may have more luck. Remember it will have to be enabled the java client both in your RDP policy object and on the VIP itself.

 

Yes I did try java, but redirect printing does not work. I am using a SSL Certifcate signe by a 3rd party. I wonder if that has anything to do it with?

Also, have you installed the plug-in when prompted in FireFox?

yes, when I try to install I get " FIrefox has prevented this from installing an unverified ad on"

Ahh, the browsers are all starting to dislike plug-ins. So you will have to force FireFox to install and run the add-on. You can override the setting to enforce the add-on signing requirement by changing the preference xpinstall.signatures.required to false in the Firefox Configuration Editor (about:config page). I'm not sure when F5 is planning on or if they are planning on signing their plug-ins and get them added to the various browsers' allowed lists/stores.

That worked Thanks alot Brad for your time

Most welcome.