Verify SSO via RADIUS with True SSO
Now we will test the RADIUS authentication. We will test the connection by first opening up a Windows 10 VM via the Horizon Client and then logging in via RADIUS authentication from that client that is in the IP range we specified.
Open the Horizon Client
Open Horizon Client from the Main Console desktop
Connect to Horizon-01
Login to Horizon-01
- User name: user1mod1
- Password: VMware1!
- Click Login
Open Instant Clone Pool
Double-click Instant Clone Pool to open the Windows10 VM
Open Google Chrome Browser in the Windows 10 VM
Wait for the Instant Clone VM to load, then
- Notice the subnet of the VM is 192.168.100.xxx (which is within the Network Range we defined earlier in the policy)
- Open the Google Chrome Browser
Connect to Workspace ONE Access Server
- Browse to https://vidm-01.corp.local
- If prompted, confirm domain is set to corp.local and click Next
Authenticate using RADIUS
Since the IP address of our test VM is within the RADIUS test network range (192.168.100.180-192.168.100.190) we defined earlier, we now (as expected) get prompted for the RADIUS Passcode instead of our CORP.LOCAL domain password.
- Notice "Please enter RADIUS Passcode" message
- Username: user1mod1
- RADIUS Passcode: 123456
- Click Sign In
Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub Favorites Tab
Since we are logging in as a new user, there are no favorite applications defined. Click the Apps tab to see the applications assigned to this user.
Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub Applications
You will now see all applications which are assigned to the user.
Let's launch an application and verify that we are not prompted for login or password for AD using True SSO.
- Click on All Apps
- Click on Open for the Horizon Application Calculator.
Launch an Application to verify SSO with True SSO
- You will see a separate tab open up on the browser and credentials passed to the Horizon-01 environment. It may take a minute in this limited lab environment to open up this application.
- Verify that Calculator launches and doesn't ask for login. You may need to close the Horizon slide out to see the application. To close the slide out just click on the three lines on the pull out.
- Click X to close the calculator app.
Disconnect and Log off
- Click Options at the top of the Windows 10 VM window
- Select Disconnect and Log Off
- Click OK