Edit bookmarks with webvpn

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Mar 23rd, 2010
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We are implementing webvpn for all our users (200+) through asa. To restrict the access of our users

we have logged in with the userid and created several bookmarks for our users.

These bookmarks are saved as a .cps file.

Now we have two problems:


In these bookmarks we forgot a setting. we tried to edit the .cps file but it is encrypted.

Is there a way, by using some kind of encryption tool, to edit these files?

Otherwise it's a lot of work for us to recreate all these bookmarks again.


One of the bookmarks is een rdp session.

After some testing we have found out that full screen is not working for firefox and google chrome.


Is there a way to get this working for firefox and google chrome?

Thank you in advance.

Regards Cor den Hartigh

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jimsiff Sun, 03/28/2010 - 01:14
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Can't you edit the bookmarks using ASDM?

As for RDP, unless you need cross-platform support for Windows, Mac, and Linux, you might try enabling SmartTunnel support for the mstsc.exe RDP binary and allowing direct connections from the client PC to the remote servers.  Performance will be better, and you can avoid the Java RDP client alltogether.  Getting Cisco to fix a Java RDP problem may be difficult since they're just hosting an open source Java app that they didn't write.  If you're concerned about users renaming some other program to mstsc.exe and exploiting the SmartTunnel, add a SHA1 hash to each allowed version of mstsc.exe (XP, Vista, Windows 7).


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