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I use Kerio control in an Active Directory environment. Control is connected to the AD, clients get IP-addresses via the DHCP of the server; DNS is targetting to the windowsserver as well.
In Kerio control, I have created an IP address group containing all clients which should have access to the internet, like "client1.domain.local". I have also changes the traffic rule "Internet access" so the new IP address group replaces the local interfaces. DNS-Lookup in the control works fine (tested via IP tools).
So far so good; then problem occuring now is the following:
I added one client to the group to get access to the internet, all ok. After some days, I deleted the client from this group so the internet access should be prohibited. But unfortunately access is granted anyway. Rebooting the control and the client didn't solve the problem; anyone experiencing a similar behaivour? Any solutions?
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