ADSelfService Plus can automatically update the locally cached credentials in remote users’ machines as and when they reset their passwords.
To update cached credentials, ADSelfService Plus requires the Windows logon agent, bundled with the product, and a command line VPN client to be installed in the users' machines. It supports these VPN clients: Fortinet, Cisco IPSec, Cisco AnyConnect, Windows Native VPN, SonicWall NetExtender, Checkpoint EndPoint Connect, and SonicWall Global VPN. You can also configure custom VPN clients to update the cached credentials. This article will give you step-by-step instructions to configure a custom VPN client with ADSelfService Plus for cached credentials update.
Note: The VPN configurations will be reflected on the users’ machines either during the GINA/CP client installation, or when the GINA/CP scheduler runs.
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