LDAP is not sending framedIPAddress for GlobalProtect Static Assignment

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LDAP is not sending framedIPAddress for GlobalProtect Static Assignment

We are trying to configure static IP assignment in globalprotect and have selected the "Retrieve framed ip address" option on the client gateway.  I've also selected "Static IP Assignment" under the Dial-In tab in AD for the users and given them IPs that fall in the pool for static assignment, however my clients are not receiving their static IPs that are set in AD.  It appears that LDAP may not be sending the framedIPAddress and I was wondering, has anyone else has run into this?  What would prevent LDAP from sending this attribute to our GP clients?

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Re: LDAP is not sending framedIPAddress for GlobalProtect Static Assignment

im having the same issue. We see that client is requering framed ip but its not working. Did you solve it?

 

 

SRCH attr=framedIPAddress msRADIUSFRAMEDIPAddress framedIpv6Address msRADIUS-FramedIpv6Prefix cn pwdLastSet userAccountControl msDS-MaximumPasswordAge passwordAllowChange passwordExpirationTime passwordExpirationInterval

 

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Re: LDAP is not sending framedIPAddress for GlobalProtect Static Assignment

We did manage to resolve this, the LDAP service account ended up needing more permissions.  I ended up resolving the issue by giving the LDAP service account read access to the OU following these steps: https://serverfault.com/questions/167371/what-permissions-are-required-for-enumerating-users-groups-...  

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