You need to configure EAA Client after you install it for the first time. You can configure EAA Client with the configuration wizard.
Configure EAA Client with the configuration wizard. When you install the EAA Client for the first time, it does not pull the necessary information from Enterprise Application Access. You need to configure your EAA Client.
Right-click the EAA Client icon on the Windows desktop toolbar or the Mac menu bar.
Click EAA Client icon > Configure.
The configuration wizard opens.
In the configuration wizard, enter your organization identity provider (IdP) hostname.
Identity provider's login portal page opens.
Login to the IdP portal with your SSO credentials. For example,
The EAA Client download icon appears in the top right corner.
After configuration finishes, the authenticated message with the date and timestamp appears.
The EAA Client icon changes from not authenticated to connected state. This indicates that the EAA Client is connected to the Enterprise Center, and all of the configuration information is sent from the Enterprise Center to the EAA Client on the user's computer.
Next, if you're an administrator, enable EAA Client in the identity provider, and configure the TCP client-access application or configure the tunnel client-access application, and you can connect to TCP and UDP applications.
But if you're an end-user, you can connect to TCP and UDP applications.
Updated over 1 year ago