Windows 10 devices use the Tunnel service for Windows configured on Standalone Sentry to access backend resources.
Before you begin
|•||If you are configuring per app VPN, ensure that you have created a Tunnel service for Windows in Standalone Sentry. For information on setting up Standalone Sentry with a Tunnel service, “Working with Standalone Sentry for AppTunnel” in the Standalone Sentry Guide for Cloud.|
•If you are configuring Tunnel for securing authentication traffic with Access see the Access Guide.
|1.||In Cloud, go to Configurations > +Add.|
|2.||Search for Tunnel.|
Figure 1. Add Tunnel configuration
|3.||Click the Tunnel configuration.|
The Create Tunnel Configuration page displays.
Figure 2. Create Tunnel cofniguration
|4.||Enter a name for the configuration and click Windows.|
The configuration fields for Tunnel VPN for Windows display.
Figure 3. Tunnel VPN for Windows 10 Cofiguration Fields
|5.||Specify the following:|
|-||the profile mode: Sentry only or Access only|
|-||how Tunnel is triggered|
|-||whether specified traffic or all traffic goes through Tunnel|
|-||Tunnel app behavior .|
|7.||Choose a distribution option for the configuration and click Done.|
The configuration is distributed to the subset of the devices to which the app is distributed. Select the same distribution option that you selected for the Tunnel for Android app.
|•||For a description of the configuration fields for Tunnel (Windows) VPN, see Tunnel VPN for Windows 10 field description.|
•For a description of the key-value pairs, see Key-value pairs for custom data.
•For examples of custom data configuration, see Examples of custom data configurations.
•For an example of the custom data configuration for Access, seeKey-value pairs for Access (Cloud)