How to use a web proxy for Rublon's Windows Logon traffic?

Modified on Fri, 17 May 2024 at 02:14 PM

What are the proxy settings in the Rublon for Windows connector?

The proxy settings in the Rublon for Windows connector allow you to set up a proxy that will act as a middleman between the Rublon for Windows connector and the Rublon API. A proxy is a server whose host and port you enter in Windows Registry. This server can act as an intermediary for requests from the connector to the Rublon API. It can control internet usage, perform load balancing, and provide additional settings and filters, among others.


The proxy settings in the Rublon for Windows connector only affect Rublon-related traffic, not all network traffic on the computer.


How does the proxy in the Rublon for Windows connector work?

You can use the proxy settings in the Rublon for Windows connector to define the details of a proxy server that the connector should use when communicating with the Rublon API.


When you set up a proxy server in the Rublon for Windows connector, all traffic between this connector and the Rublon API will be routed through that proxy server.


How to set up the proxy in the Rublon for Windows connector?

To set up a proxy in the Rublon for Windows connector:


1. Go to Windows Registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Rublon\WindowsLogon and set ProxyMode to 1.

2. Set ProxyHost, ProxyPort, and optionally, ProxyUsername and ProxyPassword. For more information about these options, refer to Rublon MFA for Windows Logon and RDP - Configuration.


Helpful Links

Rublon MFA for Windows Logon and RDP - Configuration

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