I want to give different access permission to different group when they access the network using the globalprotect vpn client. I have it configured but its now allowing me to pick the specific group that I want the access for
Navigate to Device > User Identification > Group Mapping and add the group that you want in the Group Include List. You can use the User-ID agent installed on the server as an LDAP proxy or manually configure an LDAP server.
I tried to do that but the group I wanted to add didn't show up as a choice. so if there are no groups chose does that mean nothing from ad is being used?
You can verify that its working correctly by using the command in the CLI as an example
show user group list
show user group name "test\test test"
I found this document that might be helpful, not sure why you're not seeing the proper group but you might be correct. We only use security groups for this since they are purpose built in our organization so it works out well.
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