OpenVPN Access Server on AWS EC2 keeps returning to login

I’ve installed OpenVPN Access Server using these steps: (Source: https://openvpn.net/vpn-software-packages/) apt update && apt -y install ca-certificates wget net-tools wget -qO – https://as-repository.openvpn.net/as-repo-public.gpg | apt-key add – echo “deb http://as-repository.openvpn.net/as/debian bionic main”>/etc/apt/sources.list.d/openvpn-as-repo.list apt update && apt -y install openvpn-as Output showed that all was successful. Navigating to my public /admin URL loads the login screen.…

Windows IIS Reverse Proxy for Web Socket Server dynamic port

as you can see below I have 2 rules which basically do the same for websocket servers. Is there a possibility to combine these 2 rules in one generic rule which would at the same time allow to add more websocket servers without adding more rules. Something along the lines of “wss://somerandomdomain.net:{PORT}(.*)” => “http://localhost:{PORT}/{R:1}” ?…

OpenSSH Server: Directive ‘SyslogFacility’ is not allowed within a Match block

I want a specific matched User to have its ‘ssh/scp’ activities logged in an alternative facility. The current default is AUTH, but I’d like to log stuff for user ‘dummy’ to syslog Facility ‘LOCAL2’. I’ve tried this in /etc/ssh/sshd_config, without success: Match User dummy SyslogFacility LOCAL2 I just get the following error message /etc/ssh/sshd_config line…