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Custom Web Application

I have several custom internal browser based application being used by several thousand users from an Andoid based device. Android can not pass credentials unless the you put the app in application wrapper. This was rejected by the company. User agent exceptions will not work because these are company owned device and they don't want unauthorized traffic in the device. The applications are distributed in both the Google and Amazon clouds so there are too many IP addresses to whitelist, and the code does not point to an FQDN to whitelist.

I was thinking of having dev put a custom XML element in the topitems section.

So the topitems currently look like this in the MWG:

<metadata version="2" url="" filename="" appl="1334377C-717C-11E4-A65C-001E67CD0C74" clientIP="" action="Authenticate" cycle="Request" date="2018-09-26T17:31:53.141+00:00" complete="true"/>


                                <item name="User-Agent" id ="" value="Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/52.0.2743.82 Safari/537.36"/>

                                <item name="URL.Host" id="" value=""/>

                                <item name="Authentication.Username" id="com.scur.engine.Auth.UserName" value=""/>

                                <item name="Authentication.Usergroups" id="com.scur.engine.Auth.Attributes" value=""/>

                                <item name="URL.Categories" id="com.scur.engine.trustedsource.url.categories" value="Content Server, Internet Services"/>

                                <item name="Response.StatusCode" id="com.scur.engine.system.response.statuscode" value="302"/>

                                <item name="Block.Reason" id="com.scur.engine.system.blockreason" value="Authentication Required"/>

                                <item name="Command.Name" id="" value="GET"/>



I was thinking something like

<item name="Application.[something]" id=" com.scur.engine.system.[something]" value="[ApplicationName]"/>


Will this work and how would it look?

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