AnyX Guide Topic: resource

  • Shares


    Shares are a means of taking a directory on a local server and making the contents available to any user, without a VPN and with out a client.

  • Services


    A ‘service’ is a global resource (usually TCP) available from your domain of control to web applications running in the platform.

  • Zero-Trust SSH Access

    Zero-Trust SSH Access

    Simplify your SSH access with Zero Trust. Direct access to any internal server, cloud VPC or VLAN without changing firewall.

  • Forwarding


    Network Resources may be forwarded from site to site or user to site. This allows you to e.g. expose an ERP or database without a VPN.

  • Zero-Trust Desktop Access

    Zero-Trust Desktop Access

    Simplify and secure your Desktop Access. Fine-grained authorisation per Desktop. Any user, from any identity provider. No public IP needed.

  • Resource Groups

    Resource Groups

    Resource groups are a means of applying a common configuration across a set of resources (connectors, applications, shares, etc)

  • Launchers


    Integration of Resources with the Desktop is achieved through the Launcher. – Mount a Share – Open an SSH – Open a Desktop – Launch an executable

  • Agilicus Launcher (Desktop)

    Agilicus Launcher (Desktop)

    Automatically mount a Share, launch a local application. With multi-factor authentication. Without a VPN. Automated rollout to all users.

  • Sign in With Apple

    Sign in With Apple

    Sign in with Apple allows you to use resources through the Agilicus platform authenticated by an Apple ID.

  • Resources – Overview, Concepts
  • Real VNC & Raspberry Pi

    Real VNC & Raspberry Pi

    The Raspberry PI (with Raspbian) comes pre-installed with a VNC-like server. This can be configured to support standard authentication and used via Agilicus Any-X

  • VNC Desktop

    VNC Desktop

    The VNC Desktop feature allows browser-based use of remote graphical-oriented resources. This can include traditional operating systems like Windows, Linux, MacOS, but, also, includes embedded devices such as HMI.

  • Resource Labels

    Resource Labels

    Resource Labels are used to create hierarchy, grouping. Use them to create folders in Profile.