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I need to disable a user from web vpn on a cisco 5510

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I am using a Cisco 5510 firewall and have it configured for web vpn. I have it authenticating against my active directory and was wondering how to block a few individuals. I don't want to make a whole new access list, just block 2 names from the active directory. These users do not have static IP's and can access the web via anywhere.  I am not used to CLI , but am handy with asdm. Any ideas?
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disable the user via active diretory, that way they cannot authenticate and access will be restricted

harbor235 ;}
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Active Directory Users and Computers > "user" properties > Dial-in tab > Remote Access Permision > Deny access > OK

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remove this user from remote access group if you have one.
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They will be still allowed to use the network when in office, is there a setting to stop authenitcation with the asa?
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You have defined a group policy for webvpn access, you have pointed authentication to the active directory.
If you authenticated users locally then you could do what you need, however, I do not believe you can disable the user because you have told it the active directory server is the authority fro user authentication.

Filtering the source IP may be the only way without reconfiguring webvpn to authenticate locally

harbor235 ;}
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Can you post your sanitized config?

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Are you using IAS? In that case you can create a policy to deny VPN-access for members of a specific AD-group.

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