Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Global Configuration

SMA appliance global configuration is defined from the Local Users or Local Groups environment. To view either, click the Users option in the left navigation menu, then click either the Local Users or Local Groups option.

To edit global settings

  1. Navigate to either the Users > Local Users or Users > Local Groups window.
  2. Click the Configure icon next to Global Policies. The Edit Global Policies window is displayed.
  3. On the General tab, to set the inactivity timeout for all users or groups, meaning that users are signed out of the Virtual Office after the specified time period, enter the number of minutes of inactivity to allow in the Inactivity Timeout field.
  4. To allow users to add new bookmarks, select Allow from the Allow User to Add Bookmarks drop-down menu. To prevent users from adding new bookmarks, select Deny.
  5. To allow users to edit or delete user-owned bookmarks, select Allow from the Allow User to Edit/Delete Bookmarks drop-down menu. To prevent users from editing or deleting user-owned bookmarks, select Deny.
  6. In the Automatically log into bookmarks drop-down menu, select one of the following options:

    • User-controlled (enabled by default for new users): Select this option to allow users to enable or disable single sign-on (SSO) automatic login for bookmarks. This setting enables automatic login by default for new users.
    • User-controlled (disabled by default for new users): Select this option to allow users to enable or disable single sign-on (SSO) automatic login for bookmarks. This setting disables automatic login by default for new users.
    • Enabled: Select this option to enable automatic login for bookmarks.
    • Disabled: Select this option to disable automatic login for bookmarks.
  7. Click Accept to save the configuration changes.
  8. Navigate to the NetExtender / Mobile Connect tab.
  9. To set a client address range, enter a beginning address in the Client Address Range Begin field and an ending address in the Client Address Range End field.
  10. To set a client IPv6 address range, enter a beginning IPv6 address in the Client IPv6 Address Range Begin field and an ending IPv6 address in the Client IPv6 Address Range End field.
  11. In the Exit Client After Disconnect drop-down menu, select Enabled or Disabled.
  12. In the Uninstall Client After Exit drop-down menu, select Enabled or Disabled.
  13. In the Create Client Connection Profile drop-down menu, select Enabled or Disabled.
  14. In the Username & Password Caching drop-down menu, select one of the following:

    • Allow saving of username only – Allow caching of the username on the client. Users only need to enter their password when starting NetExtender.
    • Allow saving of username & password – Allow caching of the username and password on the client. Users are automatically logged in when starting NetExtender, after the first login.
    • Prohibit saving of username & password – Do not allow caching of the username and password on the client. Users are required to enter both username and password when starting NetExtender.
  15. Navigate to the Routes tab.
  16. In the Tunnel All Mode drop-down menu, select Enabled to force all traffic for the user, including traffic destined to the remote user’s local network, over the Secure Mobile Access NetExtender tunnel. Tunnel All Mode is disabled by default.
  17. To add a client route, click Add Client Route...
  18. In the Add Client Route window, enter a destination network in the Destination Network field. For example, enter the IPv4 network address 10.202.0.0. For IPv6, enter the IPv6 network address in the form 2007::1:2:3:0.
  19. For an IPv4 destination network, type the subnet mask in the Subnet Mask/Prefix field using decimal format (255.0.0.0, 255.255.0.0, or 255.255.255.0). For an IPv6 destination network, type the prefix, such as 112.
  20. Click Accept to save the configuration changes.
  21. Navigate to the Policies tab.
  22. To add a policy, click Add Policy...
  23. In the Apply Policy To drop-down menu, select one of the following: IP Address, IP Address Range, All Addresses, Network Object, Server Path, URL Object, All IPv6 Address, IPv6 Address, or IPv6 Address Range.
  24. Enter a name for the policy in the Policy Name field.
  25. In the fields that appear based on your Apply Policy To settings, fill in the appropriate information. For example, if you select IP Address in the Apply Policy To drop-down menu, you need to supply the IP Address in the IP Address field and the service in the Service drop-down menu. If you select IPv6 Address Range, enter the beginning IPv6 address in the IPv6 Network Address field and the prefix that defines the IPv6 address range in the IPv6 Prefix field. Optionally enter a port range (80-443) or a single port number into the Port Range/Port Number field. This field is available when you select IP Address, IP Address Range, IPv6 Address, or IPv6 Address Range in the Apply Policy To drop-down menu.
  26. Select the desired Protocol. The available value options in the Protocol field include TCP, UDP, ICMP, and ALL. You can select multiple items among TCP, UDP, and ICMP. However, when ALL is selected, all other options are deselected.
  27. Click Accept to save the configuration changes.
  28. Click the Bookmarks tab.
  29. To add a bookmark, click Add Bookmark...
  30. Enter a bookmark name in the Bookmark Name field.
  31. Enter the bookmark name or IP address in the Name or IP Address field.
  32. Select one of the following services from the Service drop-down menu: Terminal Services (RDP), Virtual Network Computing (VNC), Citrix Portal (Citrix), Web (HTTP), Secure Web (HTTPS), File Shares (CIFS), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), Telnet, or Secure Shell Version 2 (SSHv2).
  33. In the fields that appear based on your Service settings, fill in the appropriate information. For example, if you select Terminal Services (RDP), you need to select the desired screen size from the Screen Size drop-down menu.
  34. Click Accept to save the configuration changes.

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