When you access SSL VPN through the browser, the SSL VPN Welcome page is displayed after you authenticate to the server.
Figure 6-1 SSL VPN Client User Interface
This page has the following information:
Username: Specifies the name of the currently logged-in user in the top left corner of the page.
Logout: Click this button to log out of the current session.
Keep the Client Component: Select this check box to leave behind some of the client components in the client machine so that the time taken to establish the SSL VPN connection during the subsequent logins is reduced. If you select this check box, the following SSL VPN components are left behind on the client machine depending on the operating software:
Windows: In Windows, the MSI packages sslvpnclient.msi and openvpnclient.msi are left behind.
Linux and Macintosh: In Linux and Windows machines, [client].tar.gz are left behind in the system.
If you do not enable thecheck box, all the components are removed from the client machine when the user logs out of the SSL VPN session.
Enable Option for Enterprise Mode: This check box is displayed only in Kiosk mode, if you clickedin the SSL VPN dialog box, in order to always connect to SSL VPN in the Kiosk mode. If you want to switch to Enterprise mode when you connect to SSL VPN the next time you log in, you must select this check box before clicking the button.
The following tabs are displayed in the SSL VPN user interface: