Best way to deny access to the local network?2019-02-14T17:14:22-04:00
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I’ve testing the NAC locally and although I can deny access to the internet, the devices still have access to the local servers/archives/etc… which is something I want to avoid. Any tips on how to make it work?

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Hi Ricardo,

The ideal way to accomplish this involves defining Permission settings for Enforcement Policy

Each enforcement policy has a set of permissions for which network objects the nodes can connect with, as well as when , and which services may be used. These conditions that make up a permission set are the network, time and service objects. Create a new network object defining which IP addresses or range of addresses you want the blocked nodes to be able to connect to. All other connections will be denied by default

https://docs.www.genians.com/controlling/enforcement-policy.html

I Hope this helps,
Let me know if you have more questions!

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