Once again you and your team are awesome!  So I have mysql then failover to 
radius setup for authentication.  By leaving mysql 1st and the user trying to 
authenticate its not going to cause conflicts is it?  Do I leave the password 
blank or is there a tick option or something to let it know that radius will be 
authenticating them?


From: Mike Jumper [mailto:mike.jum...@guac-dev.org]
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2018 10:01 PM
To: user@guacamole.apache.org
Subject: Re: Radius

On Mon, Apr 16, 2018, 17:04 Fertig, Brian 
<brian.fer...@philips.com<mailto:brian.fer...@philips.com>> wrote:

  So after some fooling around I got the radius auth with 2factor and mysql 
auth working the way I want.  Thanks for this project it so far rocks!  So 
couple questions is there a way to have the users cached from radius in the SQL 
database so I can assign permissions even though they come in via radius?

Not "cached", but yes. You will need to create users in the database with the 
same usernames as the users authenticating via RADIUS. The MySQL auth will 
provide access to the connections granted to those users when they authenticate 
via any other installed auth extension, including RADIUS.

As well I was testing out an RDP connection and guacadmin is stuck trying to 
connect to it.. How do I keep him from when he logs in to automatically trying 
to connect to the RDP session?  I would like him to login and hit the admin 

This is a behavioral quirk that was recently addressed:


See also:


You can work around this for the time being by adding a second connection.

- Mike

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