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AAguilo
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Run a Powershell script on Forticlient vpn connection

Hi,

In my company we are using IP ranges that may conflict to the ones the client user is using while teleworking from home (192.168...)

 

The users are connecting to VPN using Forticlient. I would like to identify the connection/disconnection event so when the user connects to the vpn it runs a script to update his local routing tables to avoid conflicts, and when it disconnects, it restore them back. 

 

Is there a way to automate this script running from Fortigate/Forticlient itself? If not, Is there any event log or some way to trigger the scripts.

 

Thanks,

Albert

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Debbie_FTNT

Hey AAguilo,

that option only exists with EMS server, not on FortiGate itself.

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Forticlient_Guru
New Contributor

Hi 

I believe you can do by editing  in VPN profile >> with on connect script (you can use batch script to call your powershell etc) 

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AAguilo

Hi,

Thanks for your reply. Where can I find this VPN profile menu? I have Fortigate 40F v6.4.8. I've checked everywhere and i can't seem to find it.

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Debbie_FTNT

Hey AAguilo,

that option only exists with EMS server, not on FortiGate itself.

Debbie_FTNT_0-1650614503523.png

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AAguilo
New Contributor II

I see. Unfortunately, we don't have that service so i'm afraid we would have to find another solution. Thank you for your support!

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