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  • Interesting Qwestion AD Network Permissions ?

    Can some one from the pros tell me is there an option to connect Active Directory
    whit ASA or ISA or other system to delegate a network permissions for the users directly from AD (or whit other words how i can delegate network permissions to users in active directory ) , or give me and idea how is that possible .


    Thanks for the Answer

  • #2
    Re: Interesting Qwestion AD Network Permissions ?

    I really don't understand what your objective is...
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: Interesting Qwestion AD Network Permissions ?

      Originally posted by Dumber View Post
      I really don't understand what your objective is...
      I am interesting to find a way to control network access (to limit the users on which places can go in the intranet and to be able to set a perrmisons for outside ) but all this from Active Directory .

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      • #4
        Re: Interesting Qwestion AD Network Permissions ?

        essentially, yes, it is possible to use ISA in an Active Directory environment.

        Utilising existing active directory groups, you can then build rules based on specific requirements.

        Ie, you might have an AD group called "internet allowed" and then in that group, have the AD user accounts for alll the managers and IT staff, but noone else.
        You then create a rule in ISA, allowing users belonging to "internet allowed" to access the internet, and all other users wsould then get caught by the default global deny.

        A similar scenario could potentially be used for internal websites, provided you were able to configure your network in an appropriate manner. You couild create a rule, for instance, allow acccess to InternalWebsite1, and instead of allowing access to "all users" allow access to "internalwebsiteusers1 global group"

        suggest some review of ISA training and technet material before you head into this willy nilly
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        • #5
          Re: Interesting Qwestion AD Network Permissions ?

          Instead of ISA rather go for TMG...
          Marcel
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          Netherlands
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          • #6
            Re: Interesting Qwestion AD Network Permissions ?

            I'd probably also agree with you there
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