Windows Thread, Netgear SSL312 VPN in Technical; Hello folks.
I've just got a Netgear SSL312 VPN Concentrator. Unfortunately, to create a VPN tunnel a user needs administrator ...
12th February 2008, 01:10 PM #1
Netgear SSL312 VPN
I've just got a Netgear SSL312 VPN Concentrator. Unfortunately, to create a VPN tunnel a user needs administrator privileges on the machine.
This is never going to happen, as I don't let my users do diddly squat in this area - no local admin or power users.
I was wondering... does anyone know a group policy or registry kludge that would allow a normal user to create a network adaptor?
Or perhaps I'll just put it back in the cupboard and forget all about it?
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12th February 2008, 02:54 PM #2
We used the RDP connector option (we also used VPN but dropped it as it was more complex than RDP) and created the user a limited account on the server if that would work for you.
Surely there's a way to do what you ask too tho'.
12th February 2008, 04:22 PM #3
Irritatingly, this is true of most VPN tunnels - some even need admin privs to run.
You may be able to add some semi-admin flavoured privs, butI never managed to come up with a happy solution
12th February 2008, 07:35 PM #4
Do you know which point it falls over at? I'm guessing the activeX client (or whatever browser you're using) is trying to create a virtual adaptor. I think there's GP to enable changes with network adaptors somewhere
I cant say Ive had this problem with locked down laptops who use our SSL312, long shot but are you running the latest FW on the concentrator?
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