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Azure Application Proxy & On-Premise SSH

In the following Tech Community article, the author mentions SSH access to on-premise applications:

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-active-directory-identity/secure-remote-access-to-on-premises-apps/ba-p/1257335

"Our partnership integrations also provide support for a rich variety of classic applications such as header-based authentication, RDP, SSH, and others."

We already use application proxies for on-premise RDS but we have a use case for presenting SSH access to an on-premise application server (running ansible) by leveraging Azure MFA.

Is it possible to publish an on-premise SSH application/console or do all applications need to be web based?

Kind regards,
Bunny

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sikumars-msft answered ·

Hello @abunnyuk,

Thanks for reaching out.

Unfortunately, we do not support SSH applications today with App Proxy but the partnership options as mentioned below do.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/manage-apps/secure-hybrid-access

It is on the roadmap to support in App Proxy but there is not ETA yet. Hope this helps.


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