Setting Up Transparent Login

Transparent login enables automated log-in to a remote target application that has been accessed through auto-connection login.
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Transparent login enables automated log-in to a remote target application that has been accessed through auto-connection login.
The two services that support transparent login are RDP and SSH.
Associate Multiple Target Accounts for Use as Transparent Login Credentials
Within a Policy, you can associate multiple Target Accounts for use as Transparent Login Credentials (TLC) for a Transparent Login enabled RDP Application Service (TL Service). TLC for a Policy containing a TL Service is decoupled from the TL Service Windows. There is no limit to the number of accounts you can select as TLC for a Policy containing a TL Service. This allows you to configure multiple accounts as TLCs for use within RDP sessions. End users can select from that list of TLC when they access the TL Service through the Access page.
This feature allows the use of Stacked Policies. A stacked Policy refers to multiple Policies that are assigned to same user who is a part of different user groups. Previously, the TL service applied a single Policy for the user, and the user could log in using only one TLC.
The functionality enables the user to select any credential that is aggregated across multiple Policies which the user may be a part of.
Multiple TLC can be on the same host device, or on multiple devices. This functionality enables you to select TLC from any applicable device that the user wants to go, and transfers them accordingly. To use this ability, the Transparent Login Configuration should have host=”true” in the applicable location.