2. Create a RDP Application (Go to Services > Manage RDP Applications)
RDP Name: PuTTY TL Test RDP Path: "C:\Program Files\PuTTY\putty.exe"
Move to Transparent Login tab, enable the Transparent Login checkbox and associate Transparent Login Configuration to each Window Title. Window Title is very important. In this example, it must be equal to actual Window title of PuTTY.
Window Title: PuTTY Configuration Associate "PuTTY - 1st Window" Transparent Login Configuration to the Window and enable the RDP Session checkbox
Window Title: <IP Address of Target Linux device> - PuTTY Associate "PuTTY - 2nd Window" Transparent Login Configuration to the Window and enable the RDP Session checkbox.
In Services tab of Windows device, enable RDP Application you have created.
In policy for the Windows device, the Services tab, select the RDP Application for PuTTY Add the RDP access account for service and SSH access account as Transparent Login account (Used for PuTTY).
In policy for the Windows device, the Transparent Login tab, check the Enabled checkbox.
Expected outcome with this example RDP Application.
1. An RDP window will launch, transparent Login agent loaded and full desktop loaded. 2. PuTTY application GUI will automatically launch. 3. Transparent Login agent will automatically fill out target device ip address and the credentials for PuTTY GUI. 4. SSH login is automatically completed.