Fully Support WebSocket protocol in Azure AD Application Proxy
The current Application Proxy does not support rewriting ws:// or wss:// URLS from my testing.
I created an app proxy for the IIS component requesting content rewriting and created a second app proxy for the websocket service. However, it seems that the first app proxy doesn't know to rewrite the embedded ws:// URLS to point them to the second app proxy.
Also, running a websocket tester against the second app proxy external URL fails as it doesn't seem to proxy them at all.
Additionally, the documentation for proxying websockets is non-existent.
We are planning to fully support WebSockets. We will update when we have more details.
Websockets doesn't work in Chrome and Firefox yet. Been a year since we've heard anything, what's the update?
Allyn (Sr Security Tech Specialist) commented
Solution needs to be compatible with all major browsers.
Looking to support an HTML 5 gateway e.g. Apache Guacamole
Harish S commented
WSS:// rewirte is still not working when application published via App Proxy. Is it still under works?
Also can we have some documentation on 2nd application to be published for Web sockets and what scenarios currently work
Tiffany Morris commented
Need this feature to put streamlit app behind AAD sso (wss:)
Matthias Fleschütz commented
There is a survey...maybe this helps to speed up this feature?
Sam Buccieri-Gillett commented
Is there any update on the progress of this please?
There's only WebSocket support for Qlik Sense so far, but it would be great to be able to proxy any WebSocket stuff
Agreed, Collaborative editing in Confluence using Synchony is broken via Azure App proxy.
A resolution would be appreciated!
I would like this feature for the MS Remote Desktop Web Client
Colum Clissmann commented
I'd second this and add that it would be great for supporting applications that use SignalR