After configuring the firewall, enabling security policies and profiles, you can sit back and focus on other tasks, knowing that your network is secure. A good way to keep that peace of mind without constantly checking logs and searching for anomalies is to use scheduled reports to keep you posted on everything happening in your network.
TIPS & TRICKS: SINGLE SIGN-ON (SSO) FOR GLOBALPROTECT
See changes in the Windows user login experience between recent versions of Microsoft Windows and the impact on GlobalProtect SSO. View scenarios affecting GlobalProtect SSO on Windows and learn tips to get GlobalProtect SSO to work as expected and provide the best login experience.
Want to learn more about GlobalProtect? Check out a recent video about how to configure GlobalProtect, a great YouTube tutorial from one of our leading security engineers on Configuring Global Protect!
VIDEO TUTORIAL: ACTIVE DIRECTORY PASSWORD CHANGES USING GLOBALPROTECT
Active Directory (AD) policies sometimes require users to change passwords, but enterprises usually do not expose AD infrastructure over the internet, so remote users may be unable to update their AD passwords. Learn how to use alternative methods and enable remote users to change Active Directory passwords over a GlobalProtect tunnel.
The Palo Alto Networks firewall comes with 2 implied security policies to ensure that sessions from and to the same zone are permitted and sessions from one zone to another are blocked unless overruled. But what if packets need to stay on the same interface? Check out the discussion and solution with Community member @MicGioia and others. Thanks for the lively discussion, everyone!
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