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Hello Everyone.

Just want to ask if there is a way to limit which users on a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory I can allow VPN connections via their remote browsers.

I was able to setup and run Winroute's Clientless SSL-VPN connection. Was also to successfully logged in from a remote location via Internet by using just my web browser. But I noticed that ALL domain users on the Primary Domain Controller can log-in and out. I tried the disabling Users' rights to connect via VPN in Active Directory but still they can access remotely.

Is there any Winroute Security Rule / Policy I could create to limit only certain individuals remote VPN connection to our office network? If so, what are the parameters?

Thanks a million, guys..... Very Happy

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You could try this (I'm not sure it works for SSL-VPN):

Create a usergroup 'VPN users'. Check the option 'Users can connect using VPN' on the rights tab. Add selected users to this group.

Another option is to limit the locations from where users can connect.
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