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Allow Two Way Communication Through SSL VPN

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#1 Jerry Yablonkai

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Posted 12 August 2019 - 02:30 PM

We would like to run LSPUSH.EXE (LanSweeper command line) to obtain inventory information about the device connecting through SSL VPN.  LSPUSH uses port 9524 as a default to send information to the LanSweeper server.


Would you please add this capability to the SSL VPN?  There are options to execute programs and remote applications in the advanced section of Native Apps screen, but none of these options appeared to work for this case.



#2 Gavin Chappell

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 05:54 AM

I'm not quite clear what you're asking for here - is LSPUSH a command line executable that exists on the CLIENT, or on the SERVER?


Native Apps are currently limited to RDP, and RDP can be configured to run a specific executable when an RDP session is opened - I think that's what you're looking at here. It is not suitable to run executables on the client itself (which makes the name Native Apps a little confusing...). You could use a Tunnelled App to forward the port you need to your LanSweeper server, but it wouldn't be possible to run LSPUSH automatically.


If LSPUSH lives on the LanSweeper server, then the SSL VPN cannot expose a client to the server. You would need to investigate a full client-to-site VPN for that.