Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Adding Portals

The administrator can customize a portal that appears as a customized landing page to users when they are redirected to the SMA appliance for authentication.

The network administrator might define individual layouts for the portal. The layout configuration includes menu layout, portal pages to display, portal application icons to display, and Web cache control options.

The default portal is the Virtual Office portal. Additional portals can be added and modified.

To add a portal

  1. Navigate to the Portals > Portals window and click Add Portal. The Portal Settings window is displayed.

    General Section Fields
    FieldDescription
    Portal NameThe title used to refer to this portal. It is for internal reference only and is not displayed to users.
    Portal Site TitleThe title that appears on the Web browser title bar of users access this portal.
    Portal Banner TitleThe welcome text that appears on top of the portal screen.
    Login MessageOptional text that appears on the portal login page above the authentication area.
    Display custom login pageDisplays the customized login page rather than the default login page for this portal.
    Display login message on custom login pageDisplays the text specified in the Login Message text box.
    Hide Domain list on portal login pageIf enabled, this option replaces the Domain list box on the login page to a text box. The user can then type in the correct domain name. This option is only enabled for portal login through Web.
    Enable HTTP meta tags for cache controlEnables HTTP meta tags in all HTTP/HTTPS pages served to remote users to prevent their browser from caching content.
    Enforce login uniqueness

    If enforced, login uniqueness restricts each account to one session at a time. Select to Automatically logout existing session or Confirm logout of existing session as the preferred Enforcement Method.

    If not enforced, each account can have multiple simultaneous sessions.

    Enforce client source uniquenessIf enforced, client source uniqueness prevents multiple connections from a user with the same client source address when connecting with a SonicWall Inc. client (NetExtender, Mobile Connect, Virtual Assist, and so on). This prevents a user from consuming multiple licenses when a user reconnects after an unexpected network interruption.

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