I'm hoping somebody can provide some insight to show me what I might be doing wrong with my access policy. We have a Sharepoint web portal set up which is accessed through F5, often our users will book mark specific pages in the portal in their browser so that when they open up their browser they click on the hyperlink (say www.portal.com/subsite/page.aspx). Usually this works fine, they see the APM login page and are redirected when they authenticate.
The problem however is after they logout. If they logout and then click on the same favourite they are shown an error page which reads:
"Access policy evaluation is already in progress for your current session.
You may see this message, if you are using a different browser tab than the one where you started the access policy initially. Please continue to finish your access policy in the previous browser tab, and close this current window immediately.
If you have reached to this message due to some other error, click here for creating a new session."
There are other scenarios in which this can be caused. Simply load the login page and refresh the page, or go to the login page (www.portal.com/my.policy) and then try to navigate to one of the bookmarks (www.portal.com/subsite/page.aspx).
I am wondering if there is a way to detect when these error pages are shown via an iRule so that I may simply redirect the user to the login page? I've gone through all of the events that iRule provides and I don't think any of these are suitable (the HTTP_REQUEST and HTTP_RESPONSE don't seem to fire if the user is requesting any of the APM pages).
If it helps the only thing tha the ltm seems to log when these error pages are shown is that an SSL Handshake has failed.
Any help or a point in the right direction would be wonderful! Thanks!