Hi,Is it a public web site, so I can take a look?
Usually web pages login page does post some login form, and that is the part the this kind of login forms can be automated.In some cases the form gets a nonce token, that makes it more difficult, but in general using some scripting language (like js) this can be automated.Then there are web and visual automation tools, like the ones PAM supplies for Transparent Login (to be carried from the jump host), that can be used to simulate the human action introducing credentials, RPA technologies are leveraging that currently very successfully. You can choose your own automation tool if PAM supplied tool does not fulfil your needs, some name drops like AutoHotKey, Greasemonkey and other alike specialised on web automation.The PAM supplied tool for the Jump Box, is started from the PAM UI, right selecting "learn mode", from a superuser on the access page on a Windows Machine (this is the jump box you need to prepare following up PAM manual instructions to set up a specific app to be launched as a Terminal Server). Then you will get some graphical tools to prepare your login script: launch the app (in your case a web browser), click buttons, type username and password, click other buttons, wait, etc. This is stored as a script you can even edit manually. This way you will leverage a web browser in the Windows Terminal Server that is more stable and less subject to small changes that can distort the login script intent.I know it is more work than the "web learn mode", but Jump Box "learn mode" is also powerful, and otherwise you still have options.regards,