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Azure App Proxy on-prem application

Hello,
I'm looking for some guidance on how to investigate further the issue I have.
There's a web application (documentation web-site) on-prem that users should be able to access using a shared username and password providing them read-only permissions.

  • Application access link looks like this - http://servername.domain.com:81

  • Once accessed the browser redirects to something similar to:
    http://servername.domain.com:81/xy/sdasd/html/index.html?Admin=R&support=&appType=PORKA&locale=en_US&Rc4eq=Y&

  • Once loaded, I get a form with username/password fields and Logon button.

The goal to publish access the user through myapps portal.

How would I go about publishing such an app?


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This was the solution:

Set a custom home page for published apps by using Azure AD Application Proxy
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/manage-apps/application-proxy-configure-custom-home-page

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sikumars-msft answered ·

Hello @VickVega-9559 ,

Thanks for reaching out.

Application Proxy is a feature of Azure AD that enables users to access on-premises web applications from a remote client.

Application Proxy works with:

Web applications that use Integrated Windows Authentication for authentication
Web applications that use form-based or header-based access

Application Proxy supports single sign-on. For more information on supported methods, see Choosing a single sign-on method.

so when you publish your on-premises application, you can add internal URL in below format so that remaining URL translation would taken care by AAD Proxy by default and select appropriate authentication type.

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The most straight forward way of assigning users access to an application is going into the Users and Groups options from the left-hand pane of your published application and directly assigning groups or individuals, users will then be able to log into the MyApps portal.

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Hope this helpful.

More information:
Plan an Azure AD Application Proxy deployment: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/manage-apps/application-proxy-deployment-plan


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Hello,
I have followed those steps when was publishing the application, and getting the form with username/password fields and Logon button. It does not bring the entire page, it just show the credentials fields and the Logon button. It seems that some of the page elements are not coming through.

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