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Safeguard Remote Access Hosted - Administration Guide

Enabling One Identity Safeguard Remote Access

One Identity Safeguard Remote Access must be enabled manually to access connections created on One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions.

To enable One Identity Safeguard Remote Access

  1. Navigate to Basic Settings > Starling Integration > Remote Access > Enable Remote Access.

    Figure 15: Enable Remote Access

  2. To enable One Identity Safeguard Remote Access, toggle the Enable Remote Access switch.

  3. On the One Identity Safeguard Remote Access home page, your connections should now be listed with the default accounts (root for SSH and Administrator for RDP).

Administrator-side use cases

This section covers the Administrator-side use cases for One Identity Safeguard Remote Access (SRA).

Administrator web interface location

The web interface for One Identity Safeguard Remote Access is accessible on the link: remote-access.cloud.oneidentity.com.

The contents of the interface are loaded from the One Identity Safeguard Remote Access (SRA) subscription where the user is an Administrator or User. If the user is a member of multiple subscriptions, then select the appropriate subscription in the upper right corner.

Adding a new connection to an existing target server

Each target server can serve multiple connections. Connections consist of two elements:

  • an asset (which is the target server itself)

  • and an account (which is the Azure Active Directory account).

You can group these connections based on various attributes, such as the applied protocol (RDP, SSH or TELNET), the SPS connection policy name, or the address of the target server.

To add a new connection to an existing target server

  1. On the Connections page, Click New Connection.

    Figure 16: Connections > New Connection > Add new user to target server - Adding a new connection

  2. The Add new user to target server side sheet is split into two sections as connections comprise of assets and accounts. For Asset configuration:

    1. Specify the address of the target server that you want to access,

    2. Specify the access protocol of the new connection (for example, SSH, RDP or TELNET),

    3. Select a policy for this connection. To configure a policy in One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS), navigate to Policies.

  3. For Account configuration, specify a username and optionally a domain name to log in to this asset.

  4. Click Create.

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