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Automatic logon to ssh/http(s) sessions

Hi all,

I'd like to know if there is a way to do an automatic logon to a ssh/http(s) session from RDM by using credentials stored in Keepass. I've seen a video tutorial for doing so with RDP client to connect to a Windows Server but I didn't found something similar for web browsers or ssh clients connections.

I use RDM 8.2.0.0 and Keepass 2.22. I've tred automatic login by using embedded and credentials repository but it didn't work to me. Sessions are opened (externally or embedded as a tab) but logins are not performed.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in adavance.

Clock5 yrs

Hi,
RDM works the same way for any type of connection including web sites. Have you been able to link RDM to KeePass?

David Hervieux

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Clock5 yrs

Thanks for your rapid response.

Yes, I've linked them.

For instance, in one of my sessions I have selected "Embedded" value of Credentials, and I have a link to KeePass at the right side. When I click that link, KeePass settings for the session is shown. Database, UUID and name fields are correct however, when I open the session, web browser is launched and directed to the proper site but credentials are not autotyped or sent to the site and login doesn't happen.

Making tests, I realized that SSH sessions configured as mentioned before work fine, so the problem is with HTTP(S) sessions only.

Any idea?

Clock5 yrs

Hi,
Have you entered the html IDs in the login tab page of the web session? Could you post a print screen of this configuration?

David Hervieux

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Clock5 yrs

No, I hadn't. That was the problem. I was using external display mode with Firefox so that options were unavailable. I also thought that setting the credentials option to embedded - KeePass was enough.

Once I've changed it to embedded display and entered the IDs in the login tab options, everything works.

Thank you very much for your help!!

Clock5 yrs

Hi,
I'm glad it works.

In external mode, you can install the browser extension if you want:

http://remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/ExternalAddOns

David Hervieux

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Clock5 yrs

Great! I'm sure that some of them will fit my needs.

Thanks again.

Clock5 yrs