The scenarios is as follows:
a) I have a Windows10-client with Global Protect (GP) version 4.1.4 installed
b) The Win10 has inbound RDP (tcp-3389) enabled so that the support can access the client remotely
c) The GP is configured with "Always On" so that it connect to our company network as soon as it finds an ISP-connection
a) While the GP-client is connected to our company network, it is still accepting incoming RDP-connections on the INTERNET-adapter
Is it possible to "block" inbound RDP-connections from INTERNET while the GP-client is active or do I have to do that with either Windows own firewall or a third party firewall software?
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