ADFS: Importing XML fails due to buffer size

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ADFS: Importing XML fails due to buffer size

When I try to import the ADFS XML file into PAN, it fails with an error regarding the buffer being only 10k lines while my import is 10,288 lines.

 

Anyone have any idea how to fix this?

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Re: ADFS: Importing XML fails due to buffer size

Hello,

 

You might want to try to perform the import from the command line to see if that helps. You will need to have an SCP or TFTP server available on which to host the metadata file.

 

scp import idp-metadata profile-name ADFS-SAML-PROFILE from <USERNAME>@<SCP/TFTP SERVER ADDRESS>:logs\FederationMetadata.xml

 

The aforementioned example assumes you are using an SCP server.  Substitute 'scp import' with 'tftp import'. Remember, you do not need to provide a username when using TFTP as TFTP does not permit for authentication.

 

Please let me know if that works for you.

 

-JeffH

 

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Palo Alto Networks | Atlanta, GA |  USA

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Re: ADFS: Importing XML fails due to buffer size

Below solution worked.  I downloaded winSCP and copied the federationmetadata.xml to the root folder.

 

Ran the command below

admin@firewall(active)> scp import idp-metadata profile-name ADFS-SAML from student@192.168.1.10:FederationMetadata.xml
student@192.168.1.10's password:
FederationMetadata.xml 100% 76KB 75.6KB/s 00:00

Successfully imported ADFS-SAML into candidate configuration
admin@dtc-pa820-pri(active)>

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Re: ADFS: Importing XML fails due to buffer size

EXCELLENT! I'm glad that worked for you!

 

If you would please be so kind as to select the 'Accept as Solution' button, that would be great!

 

Thanks for the follow-up!

 

Jeff Hochberg | Sr. Systems Engineer - Technical Business Development

Palo Alto Networks | Atlanta, GA |  USA

 

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