Help Locking Down Global Protect Access

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Help Locking Down Global Protect Access

L1 Bithead

I'm switching our user over to the Always On VPN via the Portal App Config that auto connects the vpn and requires it for network access. The issue is I want to prevent my users from connecting via  personal PC. I've set the Client Authentication to require User Credentials and Certificate. When I delete the certificate that I set up I get the warning message I created which says this is not a company owned machine but it allows you to just click by it an connect anyway. What am I missing ?


Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

did you make sure Allow Authentication with User Credentials OR Client Certificate is set to No?

if you set this to yes, one of both is enough to authenticate


where did you create that warning message?



Tom Piens
PANgurus - Strata specialist; config reviews, policy optimization
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