Known to apply to the following Sophos product(s) and version(s)
What To Do
Yes, it's possible, though whether it's an acceptable security risk to store the passwords in a plain text on the computer.
What to do:
- Locate the configuration directory for the SSL client. By default that will be [program files]\Astaro\Astaro SSL VPN Client\config\[user]@[ASG external address]
- Create a text file containing your user id and password on two separate lines, and save it in that directory.
- Edit the configuration file for your connection; the file name is [user]@[ASG external address].ovpn
- Find the auth-user-pass line and append the name of the password file you just created. Save and exit.
- Modify the SSL VPN shortcut and append --connect [ovpn file name] to the command line.
- Copy the shortcut into the "Startup" folder
Note: user might need to manually make update of the user/password file once the credentials are changed