I've got a question to which I didn't found an answer in the world wide web yet...
We're setting up a new VPN enviroment and decided to do so with two ASAs and two ACS.
Now it's our goal to have the user to interfere with logging into VPN as less as possible. To do so, we'd like to have a single sign on solution with Windows 7. I read something about the NAM module which would make this possible, but didn't found any exact configuration examples or tutorials to try this out.
Did anyone ever implemented this? Is there any guide I can study?
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