Download, configure and use EAA Client for UDP or TCP applications

These steps are completed by both an Enterprise Application Access (EAA) administrator and a user.

An EAA administrator enables the client in the identity provider (IdP). See Enable EAA Client in an identity provider. Next, the administrator adds and configures a TCP-type or tunnel-type client-access application.

To install the EAA Client, users or EAA administrators download and install it from the Login Portal. By default, the Login Portal presents a download option that is specific to the user’s operating system. A user completes the steps in this procedure. An EAA administrator may also download the client from the Login Portal to distribute it to users across their organization. Depending on the operating system, download and install the client:
  1. Install the EAA Client. See Download and install the EAA Client on Windows systems or Download and install the EAA Client on Mac systems.
  2. Configure EAA Client.
  3. Connect to your TCP or UDP applications.