Please help to solve the following problem: I have Cisco 2811, Cisco ASA 5520, CS-MARS, CSA MC in my network. Remote users should connect to the network with using Cisco VPN Client. Remote users are local administrators of their workstations.
I need that only the remote users with CSA could connect to the network.
The document below explains about the configuration that allows Cisco VPN Clients secure access to corporate resources via IPsec and still gives the client the ability to carry out activities like printing wherever the client is located. If it is permitted, traffic destined for the Internet is still tunneled to the ASA or PIX.
Threat Response Basics
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