CA Certificates for VPN Connections

To authenticate users and devices when connected over a virtual private network (VPN), Secure Access must have the root certificate authority (CA) certificate for the user devices.

Set up the trust between Secure Access and the user devices in the organization that connect over a VPN:

  1. Install a certificate signed by your organization's Certificate Authority (CA) on all devices where you have deployed the Cisco Secure Client with the VPN module.
  2. Upload your organization's signed CA root certificate to Secure Access. For more information, see VPN Certificates for User and Device Authentication.

Download the Virtual Private Network XML Profile < CA Certificate for VPN Connections