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Restricting viewing privileges to a specific computer

Monitoring in a reception and a shared mobile.

 

We need to lockdown the view account to a specific computer through IP-address or MAC. Two factor code isn´t good enough.

 

Today it isn’t possible. You can look down the access to according to public IP-address. But this means that all the internal computers/devices can access. And you look down external access for all the accounts.

This need to be fixed

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Re: Restricting viewing privileges to a specific computer

I don't agree.   2FA is more than enough.   If security is that important to you stop using shared devices. 

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Re: Restricting viewing privileges to a specific computer

Could you explain how 2FA could be enough security if the mobile is shared by rotating staff?

Kind of a big deal

Re: Restricting viewing privileges to a specific computer

Don't put 2FA on a shared device.   Give each user their own login and 2FA.

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Re: Restricting viewing privileges to a specific computer

I agree with @PhilipDAth about the 2FA but if you insist, you could blacklist meraki.com in content filtering, then make a Group Policy which has meraki.com allowed only on the PCs you need access to. I would make the GP 1st, and make sure your merkai devices are all in that before you blacklist for everyone else

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Re: Restricting viewing privileges to a specific computer

We are in the process of completely re-working our SAML integration for cameras. This will allow you to use AD/LDAP/RADIUS and associated controls to control access. If you are interested in providing input into the design for this, let me know and I will get a colleague to reach out to you.

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Re: Restricting viewing privileges to a specific computer

Thanks! We are deffently interested and have suggestions. Feel free to contact.  Best Regard Daniel

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