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Second Level Authentication

By configuring a second level of authentication you are providing a higher level of security.

How it Works

Users will have to authenticate through two successive stages to access their network. While the first level of authentication will use the native authentication (Active Directory / LDAP) the second level of authentication can be provided by using one of the following:

  • Dualshield Authentication Platform
  • Safenet Server
  • Radius Server

Second level of authentication is more secure because as opposed to first level authentication, instead of using a standard username and password it uses a static username and a onetime password generated by a token.

Second Level Authentication can be configured from the Second Level Authentication tab in the Connection category.

Configuring DualShield Authentication Server

For more information on how to configure the DualShield and Parallels 2X Remote Application Server integration refer to the Implementing Dualshield documentation from the second level authentication page Link.

Configuring Safenet Server

For more information on how to configure the Safenet Authentication Server and Parallels 2X Remote Application Server integration refer to the Working with Safenet documentation from the second level authentication page Link.

Configuring Radius Server

For more information on how to configure the Radius Server and Parallels 2X Remote Application Server

integration refer to the Working with Radius documentation from the second level authentication page link.