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Use Active directory groups for allow internet to clients

Hello,

Can anyone tell me whether it is possible to create a Windows Active Directory group of users which I can use to permit access through the ASA (5520) firewall? I only can find vpn authentication with Radius but nog specific information about granting AD groups internet access via the ASA.

Thank you and regards,

Ralph Willemsen

Arnhem, Netherlands

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Use Active directory groups for allow internet to clients

Hi Ralph,

This is possible in the latest 8.4 software on the ASA with the combination of the AD Agent software that you run on a server in your domain. This guide lists the step-by-step configuration procedure:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-20366

-Mike

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Cisco Employee

Use Active directory groups for allow internet to clients

Hi Ralph,

This is possible in the latest 8.4 software on the ASA with the combination of the AD Agent software that you run on a server in your domain. This guide lists the step-by-step configuration procedure:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-20366

-Mike

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