Instead of setting up individual accounts for PSM sessions, you set up one account, this allows the Account Directory UserID who logs onto TPAM to be proxied to the PSM session. The username is automatically entered into the session, however the user will still be required to enter their password.
1- The :myaccount: functionality is available on 2.4.804 with Hotfix_4451, and 2.5.908+
2. From the /tpam interface setup an account for the system with the name :myaccount:
3. Set Password Management to None
4. On the "PSM details" tab, enable PSM sessions and set the "Proxy Connection Type" to one of the interactive login types
RDP - Interactive login
SSH - Interactive login
VNC - Interactive login
VNC Enterprise - Interactive login
Telnet - Interactive login
5. On Session authentication tab set "Not stored - Specify password during session"
6. After logging onto TPAM and requesting a session as a Active Directory user, your username will automatically be entered into the PSM session.