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Set VPN Schedule Watchguard VPN Firebox x750e

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I have a watchguard x750 vpn router. I have everything working ok, but i was trying to set a schedule for the groups of vpn users i created to allow logons only during set times. I see a option in the policy manager to make schedules but i have no idea how to apply it to the vpn policy? Thanks.
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You can set an operating schedule for the policy; after you have created schedule [which I think you have]; edit the policy on which you wish to apply it to [in this case it would be the policy which allows remote users access to WG resources].
Go to advanced tab; select the scedule you created from the Schedule drop-down list. Click OK; save to FB.

Please advice if you need more details.

Thank you.
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well in the policy manager there is not listings for any of the ipsec vpn settings. It is all done through the main menu it seems. I understand what you are saying how to make a schedule and apply it to a specific policy like allow ftp or something, but since none of the vpn settings are in this big list there is no where to set the hours that i can see just for the vpn and that is what i am trying to set.
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Assuming you are using IPSec or MUVPN then in Policy Manager you would have two tabs:
Firewall and Mobile User with IPSec
click Mobile User with IPSec; edit the policy there and apply schedule.

If you are using some other VPN like SSL then there is automatic policy which gets created "Allow SSL VPN-User" or if PPTP then there would be a custom service.

Please advice if I missed anything.

Thank you.
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Thank you, oh my i totaly forgot about that tab! Yes this is perfect, i know what i need to do now. Thanks so much!
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Super Thanks!
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Happy to be of assistance. :)
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