08-04-2008 08:30 AM
I have a newbie question.
Can I provide users with a direct link to a web resource protected by Juniper?
i.e. a user is sent a link and once he/she clicks on it, it directs them to the login page and after the login they bypass the start page and begin at the 'link' page.
08-04-2008 12:27 PM
08-04-2008 12:35 PM
I'll add a curve ball here.
I don't want them to always go to that web resource, only when they click on the link to that resource, any other time they access the vpn (i.e. through a url) they get the start page. (To add more hurdles the link will change to different web resources depending on the day of the month)
Thanks for your prompt reply,
08-11-2008 02:47 PM - edited 08-11-2008 02:48 PM
Is this not possible?
Basically we have a resource that creates tasks and sends an email with the direct link to the task. i.e. http://taskcreator.com/default/taskid=1
We have the resource as a web resource on our sa-4000, http://taskcreator.com, is there a way to have that task id sent in a url? i.e. http://juniper-vpn.com/taskcreator/taskid=1 and perhaps have the /taskcreator/task=1 passed through or written in the headers or something.
Kind of at a lost here, at my last job we had Microsoft's IAG appliance (well...we purchased it while it was Whale Communications' IAG appliance) and it was able to do something similar, I was hoping juniper had this capability.
(Note: These are all fake links)