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F5 APM VPN Edge Client notifications

Hello t All,

 

 

I couldn't find if I can configured generate custom notfication popup messages on the Edge Client application for Windows. For example when the vpn is there to be a message "You VPN is down, please start it up ..." or something like that. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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Have you explored the option of windows logon script to display a message to the user on booting up a computer? If VPN is not started at all, don't think there is anything can be set on the BIGIP end.

 

For personalising BIGIP Edge client appearance -

 

https://techdocs.f5.com/kb/en-us/products/big-ip_apm/manuals/product/apm-customization-12-0-0/8.html

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SanjayP
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Can you clarify more what are you looking for?

Are you asking if message can be shown to the VPN users if they drop from the running VPN connection?

Edge client already shows the disconnected pop-up message if VPN tunnel goes down because of network/WiFi issue. ​

But on start of the computer I don't see a popup that the VPN is not started for example if using the option "enforce Always Connected mode" to tell the clients to start the VPN after the computer boots up with a popup message as the Windows computer credentials are not used for the VPN (the option " reuse Windows logon credentials" is not enabled).

 

 

Also I wonder if I can customize the popup messages and when they are triggered?

Have you explored the option of windows logon script to display a message to the user on booting up a computer? If VPN is not started at all, don't think there is anything can be set on the BIGIP end.

 

For personalising BIGIP Edge client appearance -

 

https://techdocs.f5.com/kb/en-us/products/big-ip_apm/manuals/product/apm-customization-12-0-0/8.html

Yup I looked at the options to customize the Edgle Client but I didn't find what I needed and this is why I made this post in the comunity. Thanks for confirming that I need find another way and the Windows logon script is not a bad idea.