On which of the following screens in ASDM can you enable users to select which connection profile they will use when they establish a clientless SSL VPN connection? (Select the best answer.)
- the Edit User Account dialog box for each user who should be able to select a connection profile
- the Edit Internal Group Policy dialog box for each group policy that is associated with the clientless SSL VPN connection profiles
- the main Connection Profiles pane
- the main Group Policies pane
- the main Local Users pane
You can enable users to select which connection profile they will use on the portal login page on the main Connection Profiles pane for clientless Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) virtual private network (VPN) connections in Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM). When you configure a clientless SSL VPN connection, you can require that a user use a specific connection profile or you can allow users to select the connection profile to use on the login page of the clientless SSL VPN portal. You can select the Allow user to select connection profile, identified by its alias, on the login page option on the Connection Profiles pane in ASDM to allow users to select which connection profile they will use. This option is shown in the following exhibit:
When this option is selected, a dropdown list will be displayed on the login page of the clientless SSL VPN portal. The dropdown list will contain a list of the connection profiles from which the user can select.
You cannot configure the main Group Policies pane or the main Local Users pane to enable users to select connection profiles on the clientless SSL VPN portal. On these panes, you can view a basic summary of information for any configured group policies or user accounts, respectively. To configure group policy or user account information, you must select a group policy or a user account and click the Edit button to configure them. The resulting configuration dialog boxes-Edit User Account for users and Edit Internal Group Policy for group policies-enable you to make configuration changes, but neither of these dialog boxes contains an option for enabling users to select the connection profile on the clientless SSL VPN portal.