After i disable a sign-in url, users connecting to that URL get redirected to random sign-in pages (including my renamed admin url).
Has anyone seen this condition? I am running 6.3r3 on an SA-2000. If this continues to be an issue in 6.4, I'll probably cobble together a custom sign-in page that does nothing but redirect to an enabled sign-in page.
Does anyone have a bare-bones sign-in page that does this? And is it actually possible?
That's not really what I'm getting at. If a user has a bookmark for https://sslvpn.company.tld/customer1 and I disable the sign-in page, I want them to go to a specific page: https://sslvpn.company.tld/noservice whether or not their cookies have been deleted or not.
I can create a custom page that has no post fields because I want to be able to keep the config info, in case i have to re-enable a service, but i want to have a generic page that simply says 'the service is not available' instead of them being redirected to any other random valid url.
I will have to try it with/without cookies and see if there is any pattern to it.
what i was hoping for was that someone had a blank "go away" custom page built that they wouldn't mind posting....
Instead of disabling the sign-in URL you can set the only Auth Realm to an Anonymous realm which uses an Anonymous Auth Server. Then have no role mappings. Then the user would see the message:
"You are not allowed to sign in. Please contact your administrator." You can also change the Instructions on a new sign-in page to say this login page has been disabled
Or you can map the anonymous user to a role that has no access and just displays a greeting message that this login page has been disable. Or maybe you can set that role to auto redirect to another login URL (/noservice) using a custom start page url. You would have to set a Don't Rewrite rule so it goes direct.
But if you want a customized "page disabled" page with a redirect then I think custom sign-in pages is the way to go.