Launching a bookmarks page on SSL VPN connection?

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Launching a bookmarks page on SSL VPN connection?

Is there anyway to launch a bookmarks page (list of hyperlinks) upon establishing a SSL VPN connection for internal web based resources?  We are a hospital supporting remote access to a physican's web based portal.  Our current SSL VPN solution promtes the ability to launch a bookmarks page for physician's accessing internal resources.  Based on the documentation, I do not see any functionality that would promote this.  If that is the case does anyone know if there are future plans to be able to do this?

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At this point there is no option to launch a bookmarks page when establishing a SSL VPN connection.  Changes are on the roadmap for  VPN, however, and you may want to suggest this feature request to your SE.

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At this point there is no option to launch a bookmarks page when establishing a SSL VPN connection.  Changes are on the roadmap for  VPN, however, and you may want to suggest this feature request to your SE.

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