Pix VPN Client how to authenticate with Active Directory
Hi All, I just set up my first VPN Client on a Cisco Pix device. Everything works great as far as hitting the correct subnet's and logging on. However, I would like to see how I can have my remote users login with there active directory accounts. As of right now I'm using the local login for the pix for testing purposes. This seems easy but, I'm missing something
Re: Pix VPN Client how to authenticate with Active Directory
Hi, the remote computer I'm trying to connect from is not a member of that domain. Basically what I'm trying to accomplish is users have their home (personal) computers that are not attached to the domain. What im trying to avoid is creating one remote account locally on the PIX for 20 users or creating 20 usernames on the pix. I thought it would be easier for staff if they could use there Active Directory usernames and passwords.
The Active Directory Subnet is allowed in the VPN tunnel and I can ping the AD server when I use and one of the local username and passwords on the pix.
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