Component : PRIVILEGED ACCESS MANAGEMENT
This was tested with 3.3, but should apply to any supported PAM version.
Here are the steps performed to implement the solution:
1. Create an RDP application for File Explorer.
The Transparent Login Configuration must contain the name of the script that was created in Transparent Login Learn Mode. Checking the RDP Session box will enable Transparent Login to work when the application is launched manually in RDP.
2. Create a device for the the system on which the RDP Application will be launched and another for the system to which the Network Drive will be mapped. The first device will include the RDP application created in the previous step.
4. Create Target Applications and Target Accounts for the credentials to be used on both systems. In this case the first system was access using Active Directory credentials and the Network Drive credentials were created using a Generic Application. This was not required.
5. Create a policy based on the device group. Make sure to check the Enable box on the Transparent Login tab.
6. Launch the RDP Application on the Access page.
7. When the RDP window opens launch File Explorer, Right Click on Networks and click on Map Network Drive.
8. Select the desired Drive Letter and enter the server address and sharename to be used.
9. Transparent Login will inject the username and password in the Windows Security window that opens, and will press the OK button to complete the login.
10. Once the Mapped Drive appears use it as you would normally.
11. Here is the script that was used. The click method had to be used, because the Windows Security window did not allow the individual portions of the window to be accessed separately.