It would be really great if something like some small "OpenVPN" or generally SSL-VPN-Client could be integrated within royal ts
I really like for example how Devolutions integrated this into their Remote Desktop Manager Software.
I know it is possible to make a VPN Connection via Scripting, but we are a big MSP with hundreds of customers and so nobody can hold like 100 VPN Configurations on their local machines... By now i will have to find a way to import VPN-Configurations into a VPN-Client and then connect via Command Line. Then everybody here has to use this specific VPN-Client. This is not the best way in my opinion. If it would be integrated we can roll this out much more easily
we currently have no short- or mid-term plans to do tighter VPN integration. With the command tasks, it's usually quite easy to integrate any VPN client with command line support. I will keep an eye on this thread and if more users ask for something like this and have some ideas how to implement it while keep it flexible, we're happy to look into it.
+1 for the Feature Request of Johnnie W
Hey, is there any Status Update on this?
This would make Royal TS, as it already is a pretty great, even better!
+1 for sure
from our experience with VPN related support tickets using command tasks, it's very hard to make a generic approach which would work with many different VPN technologies. We still think that CLI/script based command tasks are the best and most flexible option. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.