Our users have been installing the Cisco VPN client (which is actually readily available on the Internet) on their home machines and copying the pcf file over. Is there a way of restricting VPN access to certain computer names (such as Active Directory computer names) or computers that match our internal computer naming scheme on our radius server?
Re: ASA7.2.3 and Cisco VPN Clients on home computers
Sorry should have read more carefully.., however, I am not ware of a way through RA VPN to restrict traffic through AD machine names, a way that I can see this feasable is through VPN filters, that is you would have to reserve in DCHP the PC or PCs IP addresses you want RA users not to connect to and define these IPs in ACL VPN filters..
unless there is another way I would like to learn about it.
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