I have an SSL VPN connection on computer A.
A with SSL VPN connected is a Windows 10 environment.
PC A has remote access to PC B via RDP.
(A PC is external, B PC is in-house.)
A folder was transferred from PC B to PC A through the shared folder (Shared Folder function in Windows10, SMB protocol ) function.
I want to control PC B via ACL control, but in fact only PC A is controlled by F5. (Originally, that's right.)
Among the SSL VPN functions, is there a way to prevent B's control of the shared folder through the control of A's PC?
You can configure an ACL in the VPN SSL to restrict access communication with host B, when host B tries to access Host A, Host A doesn´t have the route to reach host B.
You should be able to connect from PC A to PC B.
(PC A is a personal PC, PC B is a company PC.
To put it simply, you can think of a telecommuter connecting to PC A via SSL VPN and then remotely connecting to PC B in the company via RDP.)
I'm just wondering if it's possible to block certain protocols.
I tested the ACL, but only PC A, not PC B.