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After upgrading to Windows 10 2004 we can no longer use the RDP - ActiveX in Internet Explorer.
Does anyone have a solution here?
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As far as I understand this seems to be an OS level error as there were a lot of security enhancements done on Windows 10.
What firmware are you using on the firewall and what model is it?
ActiveX and Java were old plugins that we used to support which have become obsolete on many browsers now-a-days. I would suggest using the 6.5 firmware that supports HTML5-RDP bookmarks which is supported on the latest browsers and should work fine from Windows 10.
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Its a SRA 1200 running SonicOS SSL-VPN 184.108.40.206-15sv
Moving this to 'Secure Mobile Access' category for better results.
@ittech99 Unfortunately there is not much you can do. The SRA 1200 went past all support on the first of April 2016. Firmware that would run on the SRA 1200, out of support around the same time, would not support the modern browser environment. The current hardware relatively equivalent to the SRA 1200 would be the SMA 200 or SMA 210. If you have an ESXi or Hyper-V environment, the SMA 500v is comparable too.
In the current generation we have a couple of options for RDP that do not require Java or ActiveX. We have no agent HTML5, and native client support with the Connect Agent installed to support browser initiated native client RDP.