Hello - I have been working for the past few weeks on implementing our WebVPN (Clientless SSL VPN) solution and we just about finished except for one issue we are running into. We have a bookmark list that we have enabled the auto sign-in server list for. When setting these bookmarks and leaving Smart Tunnel unchecked the Single Sign On works fine. Once we set the Smart Tunnel option the SSO breaks and users are prompted for credentials.
We have found that we need to use Smart Tunnels on our bookmarks because Cisco injects code into site pages which causes undesired effects (OWA rendering issues, internal sites built in .Net utilizing Java script have problems)
Any ideas on how to either stop the code injection into pages, or enable Smart Tunnel and have SSO work would be great. Thanks for any help.
So we tested the smart tunnel auto-sign in list and our users are still being prompted for credentials when clicking on bookmarks. The strang part is, this occurs on only through desktop and laptop browsers. Mobile devices do not prompt for credentials and go directly into the site.
We did have SSO working outside of smart tunnels, so is there a way to disable the code injection into our internal sites?
I have a similar problem, but I have the need to inject the domain into a Web Bookmark, but cannot get auto-sign-on to work with Smart Tunnel or a normal Boomark...
So with Smart Tunnels, does that mean they have to launch the link from outside the portal bookmark (like in a new tab or window)? Or will the Smart Tunnel auto-sign-on work with the actual Web Bookmark links as well?
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