Secure Mobile Access 12.4 Administration Guide

Creating Zones for Special Situations

While the majority of connection requests—those involving Microsoft Windows and Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox—can be accommodated by Standard zone configurations, you may need to address special situations involving other operating systems and browsers, or connection requests that don’t match any of the zones you’ve defined. You can use zones and device profiles to address the following types of situations:

  • Clients that don’t match the criteria for any defined zones and device profiles.

  • Clients that don’t support the EPC interrogation necessary for classifying a client into an EPC zone.

  • Clients running certain Web browsers (anything other than Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Firefox) on Windows, and Safari on macOS.

  • Special classes of users who require access regardless of the client device they’re running.

Be sure to configure the global Default zone, which is implicitly present in every community configured in AMC

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