I have an ASA 5540 and an ACS 4.0. I am configuring an SSL based WebVPN for users in an active directory. I want to give the users access to their Windows Home Dir and have created a CIFS link in the URL list in the tunnel group policy for those users.
I want to give the users access to \\SERVER\Share\%username% as it is described in windows terms. How do I go about this in the ASA, as the above does not work at all? The ASA wants to use the / instead of \ in the CIFS shares. It works fine for normal shares and hidden share specified with $, but not using the %username% variable.
The documentation on SSL VPNS on both ASA and ACS 4.0 is terrible.
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