Terminal Service Plus Web Credentials is a state-of-the-art unique feature, which allows users to connect with just an e-mail address or a pin-code.
With Web Credentials, you can secure your server's access with the e-mail address of a user, or with a simple pin-code generated by your business application. One of the great benefits of this feature is that these credentials (e-mail or pin-code) are pure web credentials : the user will not know the Windows user account he is currently using, and he does not need to know a real Windows login/password to connect to his application!
With Web Credentials, you will be able to define custom pure web credentials and match them to any existing Windows / Active Directory user account. The user will then be able to connect using these custom credentials, instead of the Windows / Active Directory ones.
In the Admin Tool, open the "Web" tab and click on the "Web Credentials" tile.
The Web Credentials Manager will open and display this window:
You can now create a new Web Credential by matching a custom login and (optional) password with an existing Windows / Active Directory user account, as shown below:
Since TSplus 9.50 version, you can also decide the maximum number of concurrent sessions for a user.
You can also edit and remove an existing Web Credential, thus changing or disabling any custom credentials you configured.
Alternatively, you can create web credentials via a command line: - On the Windows Start Menu, on the execute field, type in: 'cmd.exe' (or in Programs/Accessories > 'Windows Power Shell') - Then, in order to go to the right folder, type: cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\TSplus\UserDesktop\files", then press Enter to validate - To add a new Web Credential, type: WebCredentials.exe /add your_web_login your_web_password your_windows_login your_windows_password maximum_concurrent_sessions - To add a blank credential, type two double quotes: "" to indicate a blank text. - To delete a web credential, type: WebCredentials.exe /remove your_web_login
Please note the following limitations: