When you edit or add an application profile you will be presented with this screen below.
The radio button 'Application' must be checked.
These are the profile properties you can edit:
Use this field to change the application name.
The Virtual Path will create a unique URL address for this connection. The complete path will consist of: http(s)://ip:port/VirtualPath/. The users can then create a web shortcut to this connection in particular and bypass the Thinfinity VirtualUI web interface.
Choose the landing HTML page for the application.
Press this button to look for the Home Page.
This is a unique key for this application profile. The value is used to identify the application when implementing access through the One-Time-URL method.
Click on the Icon gray box to load an image to be associated with the profile. The image will be presented along with the profile name on the web interface profiles selection.
Select the Application option to have a regular profile that gives access to an application.
If you select the Web link radio button, this profile will behave like a Web Hyperlink.
Check this option to make this profile the default application: the authenticated user will connect to this profile directly instead of choosing between the available profiles. The rest of the profiles can be accessed by their Virtual Path.
The properties located inside the tabs will be described throughout the next subtopics.