Manage Login Restriction Policies

Login restrictions limit access to SecureTransport Servers and SecureTransport Edges through the evaluation of ALLOW_THEN_DENY and DENY_THEN_ALLOW Login Restriction Policies for end users. The following table describes the evaluation result for different types of Login Restriction Policies.

Match ALLOW_THEN_DENY DENY_THEN_ALLOW
Match Allow only Request allowed Request allowed
Match Deny only Request denied Request denied
No match Default to second directive: Denied Default to second directive: Allowed
Match both Allow and Deny Final match controls: Denied Final match controls: Allowed

To access and manage the Login Restriction Policies, select Access > Login Restrictions in the SecureTransport Administration Tool. The Login Restriction Policies for End Users page will be displayed. Use the Login Restriction Policies for End Users page to create and maintain Login Restriction Policies.

The following topics provide how-to instructions for managing Login Restriction Policies:

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Adding Login Restriction Policies

Use the following instructions to add a new Login Restriction Policy:

  1. Click New Login Restriction Policy.
  2. The New Login Restriction Policy entry page will be displayed.
  3. Refer to Creating a Login Restriction Policy for instructions on creating a new Login Restriction Policy.

Editing a Login Restriction Policy

Use the following instructions to edit an existing Login Restriction Policy:

  1. Click on the Policy Name to edit the selected Login Restriction Policy.
  2. The Edit Login Restriction Policy entry page will be displayed.
  3. Refer to Editing a Login Restriction Policy for instructions on editing an existing Login Restriction Policy.

Changing the default Login Restriction Policy

Use the following instructions to change the default Login Restriction Policy:

  1. Select the desired Login Restriction Policy to make the default policy using the Policy Name checkbox.
  2. Click Change Default.

The selected Login Restriction Policy is now the default policy. The default Login Restriction Policy is indicated by the addition of (default) to the policy name.

You can also unselect the default Login Restriction Policy use the following instructions:

  1. Select the current default Login Restriction Policy using the Policy Name checkbox.
  2. Click Change Default.

The selected Login Restriction Policy is no longer the default policy and no Login Restriction Policies are set as the default policy.

Deleting Login Restriction Policies

Use the following instructions for delete a Login Restriction Policy:

  1. Select the desired Login Restriction Policy to delete using the Policy Name checkbox.
  2. Click Delete.
  3. Confirm the deletion of the selected Login Restriction Policy.

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