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Restrict user access with pulse

jhamrick_
New Contributor

Restrict user access with pulse

Want to create a user that can remote into our corp network, but can only access a web application. I tried the web bookmarks but the page will not display (avaya oneX). So I'm thinking I might have to make a Junos Pulse connection, but I want to make sure this individual can only get to this webpage and nothing else. Anybody have a good guide on how to do this?

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braker_
Frequent Contributor

Re: Restrict user access with pulse

When you create a bookmark, by default the SA or Mag functions essentially as a secure reverse proxy. The client sends a request for a particular web page to the Juniper using a specially encoded URL like the one you are seeing. The Juniper decodes the URL then fetches the desired web content and then send it back to the client. All web conent is rewritted so that all request are funneled through the Juniper. This is normal behavior.



braker_
Frequent Contributor

Re: Restrict user access with pulse

Also note, when using a web bookmark, you need to define a web access policy that will define what web content user's assigned to that role are allowed to access. Simply creating a bookmark is not sufficient.

braker_
Frequent Contributor

Re: Restrict user access with pulse

To limit what content a user can access via Pulse, you need to create a VPN tunneling access policy for that user role.

jhamrick_
New Contributor

Re: Restrict user access with pulse

I did try doing this where the user can access the website through web bookmarks. But it seems like the address gets messed up when clicking the link.

This is what is shown in the address bar:

https://sa.abc-corp.com/,DanaInfo=onex,Port=8080,SSO=U+onexportal.html

The site should be:

http://onex:8080/onexportal.html

Is there a way to fix this to work?