Sometimes an internal application may need to request access from additional internal URLs.
Include an option to add multiple internal URLs so that a website that needs to pull content from multiple internal sources can still work.3 votes
Currently there are three ways to allow a website to pull content from multiple sources:
1) If they all have a common root (ex: http://myapps/expenses and http://myapps/travel), you can publish these as one application (http://myapps). All content under that root will be available through Application Proxy.
2) If all the sources are fully qualified domain names, you can use custom domains to ensure that the internal and external URLs are the same. This allows all your existing links between content to work. For details on configuring custom domains, please see our documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-application-proxy-custom-domains.
3) If neither of those is possible, you can still enable links between applications using link translation. For details on link translation, please see our documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/application-proxy-link-translation
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We love AAD but do not have a single windows server in the whole company. It would be really nice if the proxy existed for RHEL.1 vote
Thank you, but unfortunately for now the connector will still only be available for Windows Servers.
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