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StefanHammar -> VPN and authentication (23.May2006 5:05:17 PM)

Hello experts

Do anyone have any comments about following behavior:

The ISA server is member of domain Mydomain

Windows XP connects to an ISA 2004 VPN connections using ISA\VPNuser

If the User logged on to the Windows XP computer is a Mydomain\User1, Mydomain\user1 is used at the Access rules from VPN network to the Internal network.

If the user logged on to the Windows XP computer is a WinXP\Localuser, ISA\VPNuser is used at the Access rules from VPN networks to the Internal network.

I did believed that it always was the account used when establish the VPN connection that was used at the access rules from VPN networks to the Internal network

/Thanks Stefan




ClintD -> RE: VPN and authentication (23.May2006 5:37:11 PM)

Interesting - are you using HTTP to test, or another protocol? Does the VPN client have the Firewall Client isntalled?




StefanHammar -> RE: VPN and authentication (24.May2006 8:56:11 AM)

The firewall client is installed on the Windows XP VPN computer.

The test scenario:

1. Logged on to a Domain User that did not have the rights to Use VPN, did a VPN connection with the ISA\VPNUser.
2. Access rule: From: VPN network To: Internal network computer1, protocol: http, https, ping and user: ISA\VPNUser
3. When using IE and http://www.computer1.se -> the domain user was used in the access rule -> no access
4. When at the command promt execute a ping www.computer1.se, ISA\VPNUser was used -> access

When logging on with a non Domain User to the Windows XP VPN computer:
3. Access, ISA\VPNUser was used in the access rule

/Stefan






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