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ringo.lee

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I am a newby on Kerio Firewall. My colleagues have set up the VPN server, and rules. Now, I need to modify the rules or something such that I can restrict a group of the VPN users' usage. For instance, I want to restrict the VPN group1 to get online from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm M-F. For VPN group2, they can access the VPN service all the time. If it is possible, may someone shoot me some lights how to do it? Also, please give me a little bit more detail since I am new to this software. Thanks in advance.

Sincerely,

Ringo Lee
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rimametal

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Hi,

On the "Service Keio VPN" change the "Source" field with the "User" name of the limited group and then in "Valid on" field assign the required period of time (9AM~6PM), then dublicate this rule and in "Source" field put the "User" name of the other group (no restriction) and in "Valid on" assign "Always".
i hope it works, let me know about the result.

Regards,

Am!r
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