So we wish to implement IPSec remote access vpn with the condition that employees should be able connect to this vpn only from company issued laptops and not from any other computers. I assume using client side certs is one of the ways to do it but I couldn't find any doc that was really helpful. Cisco's documentation seems quite obscure. We are on 8.1 (5520)
Has anyone of you implemented this? Is there any other way this could be done? Any pointers/blog entries whereyou did this will be helpful
There's a feature called "machine authentication". I know this works well in Cisco Wireless authentication. You might wanna do some homework to see, if it does support VPN. Here are some URL link for your kind reference
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