Hoping the community can weigh in in case there are other more efficient ways
Hope this helps
Thank you! We have between 200-300 employees in at least three time zones... We are supposed to be logged into the VPN, but I know not everyone does so unless accessing network files. I think the best way will be to have IT drive home the need to use VPN.
Another thought I had was to create a list of 'power-users' (AEM users, UX team, marketing, etc.) and exclude their IP addresses. This isn't ideal as far as maintenance, but it could be a start.
I wish we could use an oddball browser and exclude traffic this way.
I welcome any/all ideas!
Alternative 1: In case your Org regulates access to Adobe Applications through Federated ID with VPN, then it will be an easy process to Exclude IP addresses (with ranges).
Alternative 2: In case the access is provisioned through Adobe IDs which are created with Corporate Email Ids or personal email Ids, it's a tedious process to exclude IP addresses of several employees. This is also not an accurate process, since your employees can access Adobe applications from several Internet connections.
On a side note, sending a best practice email to all employees (from Info Security team) stating that everyone must access Adobe applications only after connecting to VPN. With this case, Alternative 1 would be effective!