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Barracuda Network Access Client

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NAC PowerShell for Windows

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The Barracuda Network Access Client for Windows offers a dedicated PowerShell. The PowerShell enables administrators and users to configure and control the VPN client via a command-line interface.

Starting the NAC PowerShell

To open the NAC PowerShell, navigate to the installation folder of the Barracuda Network Access Client and launch the NacConsoleLoader.exe file.

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Available Commands

To get an overview of all currently available commands, type Get-NacCommand in the NAC PowerShell. For detailed syntax information of each command, type <command> -?.

The following commands are available:

  • Add-OnDemandVPNNetwork – Add an OnDemand VPN Network.
  • Add-OnDemandVPNService – Add an OnDemand VPN Service.
  • Add-PolicyServer – Add a policy server.
  • Add-VPNProfile – Create a VPN profile. Enter description, context, address, and authentication details as prompted.
  • Clear-PolicyServerDHCP – Clear the cache of the policy server if configured.
  • Connect-VPN – Initiate a connection using a configured VPN profile.
  • Disable-PersonalFirewall – Disable the Personal Firewall.
  • Disconnect-VPN – Terminate a VPN connection.
  • Enable-PersonalFirewall – Enable the Personal Firewall.
  • Get-HealthAgentSettings – Display the settings of the Barracuda Access Monitor.
  • Get-MasterPasswordStatus – Show the status of the master password if configured.
  • Get-OnDemandVPNNetwork– Show the status of the OnDemand VPN Network if configured.
  • Get-OnDemandVPNService– Show the status of the OnDemand VPN Service if configured.
  • Get-PolicyServer – Show the details of a policy server.
  • Get-VPNConnectionStatus – Show the status of a VPN connection.
  • Get-VPNProfile – Show the details of a configured VPN profile.
  • Get-VPNSettings – Display the VPN settings as configured.
  • Remove-OnDemandVPNNetwork – Remove an OnDemand VPN Network.
  • Remove-OnDemandVPNService – Remove an OnDemand VPN Service.
  • Remove-PolicyServer – Remove the policy server if configured.
  • Remove-VPNProfile – Delete a configured VPN profile.
  • Set-HealthAgentSettings – Configure the Barracuda Access Monitor.
  • Set-MasterPassword – Set the master password.
  • Set-MSCredentials – Set Microsoft Windows credentials.
  • Set-VPNSettings – Configure VPN settings.
  • Start-HealthValidation – Initiate a health check using the Barracuda Health Agent.
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