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How do I configure a Cisco client to prevent local copying from VPN connection?

Can this be done simply from the client.
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Jimmy Larsson, CISSP, CEHNetwork and Security consultantCommented:
What do you mean with "local copying"?
Also, are we talking about the legacy IPSec VPN-client, or the newer Anyconnect-client?

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rhservanAuthor Commented:
Local copying = copying to the laptop c: drive from the VPN window.

What difference would it make if I used legacy or Anyconnect?
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Jimmy Larsson, CISSP, CEHNetwork and Security consultantCommented:
Ok. Your answer confuses me. What is "VPN window"?
Maybe you can post a few screen dumps?

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rhservanAuthor Commented:
Let me state my question another way.  Remember I am only a layman when it comes to this.

Scenario: (not real but desired)

1. I have a laptop I connect remotely through a VPN.
2. I login to the network.
3. I do not want the ability at this point to copy files (security) to my laptop.

If you are familiar with VPN's you should be familiar with this commonly used scenario.

I want to know how is #3 above configured?
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rhservanAuthor Commented:
All work is to be done on the remote system and any work which needs to be saved can only be saved to the remote system.
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Jimmy Larsson, CISSP, CEHNetwork and Security consultantCommented:
No, you cannot do that with VPN. That sounds more like something that can be solved with Citrix or similar solutions.

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