Secure Mobile Access 12.4 CMS Administration Guide

Defining the Central Policy

From the Central Management Console (CMS), you can define the central policy for a single-appliance SMA deployment. You can define the policies for your authentication servers and realms, resources and access rules, web and tunnel access methods, end-point control, and so on.

The steps in this section are optional.

To define the central policy

  1. On the CMS, navigate to Managed Appliances > Configure > Define policy page.

  2. Define the policies you want.

    See the following sections for instructions on defining server certificates, authentication servers, and tunnel address pools:

  3. When you have finished defining your policy, click Pending Changes.

    The Apply Pending Changes dialog displays.

    Expand the Advanced section if you want to schedule when you want the pending changes will be applied.

  4. Click Apply Changes.
  5. Select the link in Click here to synchronize policy with managed appliances to synchronize the policy across all of the appliances managed by the CMS.

  6. On the Synchronize policy page, select the checkbox for the SMA appliance you want to synchronize.

    Expand the Advanced section if you want to schedule when you want the pending changes will be applied.

  7. Click Synchronize.

    The message, “Synchronizing data, please wait...” appears as the policy is overwritten by the central policy.

  8. When policy synchronization has completed, the screen displays the Status as Synchronization finished.

    You can now type the GTO service name into the address bar of any standard Internet Web browser, anywhere in the world, and sign in to securely access the configured resources.

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