SSLVPN on NSA2650's
SteveBottoms Newbie ✭
in SSL VPN
Howdy, all! Quick question...
Currently using AD-authenticated logins on our SSLVPN (NetExtender) connections. How can I prevent a login from an active AD user without disabling their account? Will adding the same username to the LOCAL users and mangling the password accomplish the same thing, or not?
Category: SSL VPN
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Preventing AD logins from Netextender connection? I believe the AD logins are allowed for only certain SSLPVN users to connect to the SonicWall using Netextender. Is this right? or Have you allowed all AD users to connect to the SonicWall? Please let me know so that we can help accordingly.
Technical Support Advisor - Premier Services
did you tried to create a AD Group called something liike "SSLVPN Access" and have this group being a member of "SSLVPN Services". If no other Group or User belongs to "SSLVPN Services" you should have total control via AD over NetExtender Access.
I'am having deployments with several AD groups controlling the "VPN Access" by AD Group.
Hope this helps a little.