Reboot the system. The self-signed certificate is automatically generated at bootup time. To verify that the certificate was generated and loaded properly, enter the show security pki local-certificate operational command and specify local-certificate under HTTPS Web management. When you delete the automatically generated self-signed certificate, the switch generates a new self-signed certificate and stores it in the file system. Note Self-signed certificates do not provide additional security as do those generated by Certificate Authorities CAs.
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Pulse Secure is no exception. Challenge Juniper Networks employees use a variety of smartphones and tablets for work every day, and they often use their personal mobile devices, the company standard for smartphones, but others prefer a different platform. Despite the clamor for BYOD, most employees were doing little more than email or Internet access from their personal devices.
Securely accessing business applications from their personal devices required too many extra steps, and many employees regarded the process as cumbersome. Convenience was a priority, but security had to be uncompromising. With a few taps on the screen, an employee is on his or her way to using and making voice or video calls with Microsoft Lync or using Microsoft Office, Salesforce. Behind the scenes, Unified Access Control leverages the Pulse Secure framework to support attribute-based network access control for mobile devices.
Certificates are provisioned via the open-standard Security Assertion Markup Language SAML , which ensures strong authentication and eliminating the need to enter random strings of numbers for a secure connection. Only mobile devices that have been enrolled in the AirWatch MDM and are compliant with the posture assessment are allowed access to corporate network.
Because devices are granted access based on their security posture, more compliant devices can be given access to a broader set of applications, while less compliant devices are limited to, say, Internet access. The mobile experience is so flexible that an employee can use a smartphone or tablet on public transit to the Sunnyvale, CA headquarters, walk across the parking lot and into the office—and be automatically connected to the corporate network. BYOD usage has risen since implementing Unified Access Control, which has resulted in greater employee satisfaction, but these kinds of standards-based integrations have another important function.
Juniper Networks Secure Access SSL VPN Configuration Guide
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