Introducing VPN Configuration for Windows 10

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    We are excited to announce that Scalefusion now supports VPN configuration and settings on managed Windows 10 devices. This marks an important element in remote Windows workstation management and helps the IT teams in securing Windows 10 devices used for work. 

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    Data security over unprotected networks has been a primary concern for IT admins and organizations, especially when a large workforce works remotely. Employees need to access business apps and content from home networks or public Wi-Fi. With the unprecedented call for the remote working era, maintaining data and device security over unknown networks- often public or shared is a real challenge for enterprise IT admins. 

    Using Windows 10 VPN configuration, IT admin can ensure that the corporate resources- apps as well as content are accessed by authorized users and are protected with a firewall. These resources are not available on the public network, nullifying the risk of attacks on corporate devices and data. 

    On the Scalefusion dashboard, IT teams can not only enforce VPN connections but also push VPN apps that are to be used for the routing.

    With Windows 10 VPN, IT teams can:

    • Configure VPN provider- native or third-party for managed Windows 10 devices
    • Configure VPN profile of the Windows 10 devices
    • Configure Per-app VPN
    • Configure Route Settings for native VPN 

    VPN connection types are supported by Scalefusion MDM are:

    • L2TP
    • PPTP
    • IKEv2

    IT admins can configure the ‘Always on’ VPN settings and enforce VPN every time a user accesses the internet or corporate intranets. Alternatively, IT admins can publish a list of trusted networks where the VPN is automatically disabled. These settings are available on the Scalefusion dashboard. 

    Get started with VPN configuration for your managed Windows 10 devices with Scalefusion MDM. Explore the full set of features now!

    Renuka Shahane
    Renuka Shahane
    Renuka Shahane is a Sr. Content Writer at Scalefusion. An engineering graduate, an Apple junkie and an avid reader, she has a 5+ years of experience in content creation, content strategy and PR for technology and web based startups.

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