Matrix42 allows to integrate MyWorkspace seamless into an existing Active Directory infrastructure based on the Active Directory Connector component.
This guide describes which network requirements the Active Directory connector has.
After completing this guide you will be able to handle infrastructure problems regarding the Active Directory connector directly. This will help to increase business continuity and the service quality in your organization.
The Matrix42 MyWorkspace Active Directory connector does not require inbound connections. The service is establishing a connection to the MyWorkspace cloud platform.
The following URLs should be reachable from the server the cloud connector is installed on:
The Microsoft Azure Service Bus is the underlaying system when the AD connector communicates with the MyWorkspace platform. This platform supports several connection options for:
- Default (No outbound filters): A TCP connection will be used on the ports 5671 and 9350 - 9354.
- Only port 80 and port 443 are opened outbound and all other TCP ports are blocked:
Port 80 is used by Microsoft Azure Service Bus to monitor the MyWorkspace message availability.
Port 443 is used for message content delivering from/to Microsoft Azure Service Bus
Keep in mind, all payloads are encrypted
- Only port 443 are opened outbound and all other TCP port are blocked: Only a single HTTPS/WebSocket connection will be used.
Configure RDS Host
The integration to the Remote Desktop Services of Microsoft requires that the RSS feeds for the Remote Desktop Services are reachable for the Cloud Connector. The following connections should be available: