Nov 3, 2016 12:33pm
Hello, I am new to the Pulse client, having only prior experience with Cisco, so I hope this isn't a dumb question.
We have a Windows terminal server setup (call it #1) that many users login to via RDP and use as their main "desktop". From there certain users also RDP into various other servers for specific functions as needed (call these #2, #3, #4). These other servers are only accessible from #1, not directly from anywhere else.
One of these secondary servers (#2) now has implemented a VPN requirement within the corporate network. Is it possible to install the Pulse VPN client on the terminal server (#1) so that the few users accessing this specific secondary server (#2) can get to it from #1? Or would having multiple users trying to establish a VPN connection from #1 to #2 interfere with users connecting to #3 and #4 (also from #1)?
As background, the users may be sitting in front of a variety of devices, from PCs, Macs, Wyse, iPads, etc. They RDP into #1 so they can have a consistent environment to work on. The server isn't able to support individual VMs for each user at this time, hence the terminal server model.