Does anyone know if it is possible to stop users from connecting to wireless networks while connected from the ethernet adapter? I did create a policy and used the Rule Module included in CSA (Prevent Wireless if Ethernet Active) and it allows me to connect to wireless networks.
Yea the module still allows you to connect to the wireless network but does not allow traffic.
You could always look at blocking DHCP on wireless so you don't get an address.
Also, if you are using a managment application for the wireless interface you could always try blocking that from executing so the wireless connection does not establish. That is in theory but it should work.
So being that the rule module is in place without a policy, is it best that the rule be copied and then used. I guess i really dont understand why they have rule modules but do not associate it with a policy out of the box.
The Network Access Control rule is not performing the way i'd like. I would like for the rule with a system state of "Ethernet" is active to disable the wireless adapter from getting an IP address and or connecting to the AP. I dont want the brige my protected network with an unprotected one. I added the network service UDP/TCP along with the 192 ip range but has not corrected my issue.
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