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Doubts in VPN groups

Hi Guys,

Is it possible to define a single user in a two separate  VPN Group? If  yes, if the  user is connecting, which group will take into effect?

PS:  Acc to my  knowledge, u can add many users to one group, the users will  have access  and permission depending upon the group he is in. Please  correct me if I  am wrong.

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Re: Doubts in VPN groups

when remote vpn session initiates, a user must put in the group names and group's password.

Based on the group name, he or she will be into their respective group access.

thanks

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Doubts in VPN groups

Your knowledge is correct.

Just bear in mind, when user type in their group name on the vpn-remote-client initiation window, is the group that he or she will be put into.

Hope that answers your question.

thanks

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Re: Doubts in VPN groups

Hi rizwan,

                 Thanks for the reply. Consider this example.

username is: Adam. I am adding this user in two VPN groups namely, VPN1 and VPN2.

For VPN1 group, I have set permission to admin level(for eg).

For VPN2 group, I have set permission to operator level(for eg).

1)So, when he login with his username, which group he will be into?

2)So It is possible to have one user in two groups, right?

PS:The user doesn't know the group he is added to, he will just type his username

Regards,

M.Viswesh

Re: Doubts in VPN groups

when remote vpn session initiates, a user must put in the group names and group's password.

Based on the group name, he or she will be into their respective group access.

thanks

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