13. Palo Alto Firewall and Active Directory Integration

4. Install User-ID Agents
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2. Create Authentication Profile
In this movie you’ll see how to incorporate Palo Alto Firewall and Microsoft Active Directory so you’ll have the ability to make user based coverages!
5. Register User-ID Agents
Main measures of this movie:
1. Configure LDAP Servers
13. Palo Alto Firewall and Active Directory Integration

3. Empower User-ID on vents
Useful troubleshooting hints:
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6. Produce policies

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  1. Hello, do you have any idea how this works? Just wondering how firewall will know the packets is from the users that’s in the group and get it permitted? And I also saw some other document mentioned "captive portal", does the user based policy must require "Captive portal"? I am a little confused here. Thanks.

  2. Hi, I have a query….I have configured AD with my firewall and it is working correctly however in the policies I have mentioned any in application tab. Ideally this should not be the case in real world as we should restrict the number of application we are allowing. I have tried allowing AD with LDAP and all the dependent app but the pc’s cannot join the domain but when it is selected as any it successfully joins the domain. Any idea ?

  3. Great video, thank you

    if i may ask…i have my local DC with my local firewall, and a remote firewall with its own DC (controllers are in the same forest) if i need remote users identified in my local firewall, would it just be a matter adding the remote firewall as a user-id agent on my local firewall? (assuming it is already configured using its own DC)

    Thank you

  4. Please show User Agent installation and configuration. Is the security policy just for tracking or will it actually allow the connection and allows all traffic to outside?

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