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Netconnect and RSA Authentication Manager

Question is does the Netconnect SSL VPN Client work with RSA Secure ID Tokens?  

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Re: Netconnect and RSA Authentication Manager

At present we support Radius, Ldap and Kerberos. We do not have support to authenticate via RSA native without the Radius server. If you feel this is a valuable addition you should contact your local SE and request this feature be added to our product.

~Phil

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Re: Netconnect and RSA Authentication Manager

We support RADIUS Authentication. So if your RADIUS can accept a password that has a static portion and a dynamic portion (RSA Token), then the answer is yes.

Steve Krall

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Re: Netconnect and RSA Authentication Manager

Hi Steve,

I've just migrate a customer of mine to Palo Alto; for remote access authentication they have a RSA SecurID Appliance. I know the RSA authentication manager has a RADIUS server running, however the RSA Appliance (2.0) doesn't have RADIUS installed. I can't find anything at RSA to install radius on the appliance. Does Palo Alto plan to support the native RSA protocol, SecureID, in the future?

Regards,

Albert Bruggeman

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Re: Netconnect and RSA Authentication Manager

At present we support Radius, Ldap and Kerberos. We do not have support to authenticate via RSA native without the Radius server. If you feel this is a valuable addition you should contact your local SE and request this feature be added to our product.

~Phil

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Re: Netconnect and RSA Authentication Manager

Is there a way to change the login page for SSLVPN? Right now intead of password I want to change it to PASSCODE.

thanks.

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Re: Netconnect and RSA Authentication Manager

Phil,

Has there been any update regarding the native RSA authentication?

Thanks

James

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