I´m working with a large multinational company. They are using Check Point Mobile with Windows 7.
Now they are starting to deploy windows 10 and are looking at Always on VPN.
I have come across three options:
1. Always on VPN with the native Win VPN client and Check Point Capsule plugin against Checkpoint backen
-Pros - Small software installation from store, uses existing backend
-Cons - Poorly documented, looks like the client has no updated since 2014?
2. Always-connect with the Check Point Mobile client against Checkpoint backend
-Pros - Uses existing backend
-Cons - Check Point Mobile Software broke between 1709 and 1803
3. Always on VPN with the native Win VPN client against Windows RRAS in backend
-Pros - No software installation, Device tunnel
-Cons - Needs a complete new backend with Windows RRAS
Has anyone successfully used option 1 with Capsule and Always on VPN configuration?
Is option 1 a stable simple solution or is option 2 better?
Does option 1 have any limitations compared to option 2?
All input is appreciated