Authomate technologies for injecting credentials into website login pages involve StrongPass powered browser extensions and add-ons. For applications that require credential injection but aren't web browsers, we have StrongPass AppConnect. AppConnect enables StrongPass capabilities for Outlook, VPN clients, and a host of other Windows based applications that require a user to enter credentials. Using StrongPass AppConnect along with the StrongPass Teams app lets users store their application credentials in the app and log into these applications easily and securely. StrongPass AppConnect is a TeamsPlus feature. For information on how StrongPass AppConnect works click here.
The following Windows operating systems are supported:
- 32/64 bit Windows 7, 8.1, and 10
- 32/64 bit Windows Server 2008, 2012, and 2016
- 7Zip (open source file archiver)
- AnyConnect (Cisco's VPN client)
- FortiClient (Fortigate's VPN client)
- GlobalProtect (Palo Alto’s VPN client)
- NetGear (NetGear's VPN client)
- NCP (NCP's VPN client)
- OneDrive (Microsoft's login to its cloud repository)
- Outlook (Microsoft's login to Outlook email)
- Remote Desktop (Microsoft's login to remote computers)
- Shrew (open source VPN client)
- Windows VPN (Microsoft's VPN client)
- Win Network (Microsoft's login to shared folders on other Windows PCs)
AppConnect is an executable that only runs on Windows. You can download and install it using the StrongPass Components Updater for Windows
A menu appears when you click on the AppConnect icon:
The Preferences Menu item allows you to select where to display the QRCode/Proximity screen, next to the application or on top of it.
The import menu item is used to install AppConnect signature files that are distributed by Authomate to fix bugs and add support for new Windows applications.
The Managed Proximity Users window lets each Windows account user control which StrongPass users can use Proximity with AppConnect.
|The Apps menu item opens a screen showing all of AppConnect's supported applications.|