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group policy - vpn


recently installed a firepass ssl VPN appliance that interfaces to active directory for aaa.

our users have laptops and use a local isp to access the internet and if required use a full ssl vpn tunnel to access internal company resources.


the issue is that when they login to active directory group policy kicks in and autoconfigures proxy settings, this interferes with their intenet connection settings within i.e. they have to leave the vpn connection to access the intenet and remove the new proxy settings.

what can be done to avoid this short of putting all remote access users in a new container and disabling the policy.


thanks
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fraserdorward
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JamesDSCommented:
fraserdorward
You can put all you remote users in a group and have that group denied access to apply the policy.

Set this in the security settings of the policy itself.

Cheers

JamesDS
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