Integrating Active Directory Users with Remote VPN Clients on a Cisco ASA
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As our methods of doing business becomes more global and mobile, businesses large and small continue to have greater needs for traveling employees to access internal company information, securely and reliably. Cisco’s widely implemented Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) offers the functionality of secure Virtual Private Network (VPN) connectivity for remote users. While user credentials for authentication can be configured in the ASA, this creates a redundant user database for organizations that already have Microsoft Active Directory (AD) in place.

Continue reading to learn how to integrate active directory users with remote VPN clients on a Cisco ASA.

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