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Separate /login/web_console from /login

As an InfoSec Admin I want to use the "Security :: Network Restrictions" feature, but at the same time I want to allow the usage of the Web-Access-Console for regular production type work in order to combine maximum restrictions on the administrative portion of the software with the need for productivity through the Web-Access-Console.

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  • Mar 30 2017
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  • Guest commented
    10 Apr, 2019 07:10am

    This has been released already.

  • Guest commented
    11 Jan, 2018 01:03pm

    Would also be good to have an entirely separate login page for the web access console.  This would allow you to hide the username and password fields and only allow a specific login type (like SAML) in the api call.

  • Guest commented
    24 Aug, 2017 07:39am

    If you plan to implement this feature, you might want to think about allowing to restrict /api as well?

  • Guest commented
    25 Jul, 2017 02:12pm

    This would be great for Remote Support as well!

  • Guest commented
    21 Jul, 2017 09:16am

    Another way to achieve this would be the possibility to define IP ranges per group policy.

  • Guest commented
    21 Jul, 2017 09:09am

    We have a massive Need for this Feature too, but there is one thing that I would like to add:

    Users that download the Bomgar  Access Console must do this currently under the /login/my_account. This means that if you restrict the IP ranges for /login to my internal networks, external users would not be able to download the Access Console anymore. This is a problem that would have to be addressed when implementing this feature, for example by moving the access console download section to /login/web_console.