We have PC's that are only registered inside Azure AAD and managed via Intune they have no connection to the on-prem AD and are connecting via a Wifi zone behind PA to the internet. How can i determine the USER id, without user interaction.
Or do i need Global protect for this and SSO?
Is there someting like a User ID agent for Azure AAD.
Or maybe i can use SAML SSO with Azure AAD for captive portal, can somebody point me to a good article on how to configure this.
Thanks for your question! This is an awesome use-case however, it's not one that we natively support at this time. There are other customers that have expressed interest in this capability.
If there's a chance you're running in a hybrid mode and have a Windows Server running AD and synchronizing with Azure AD then, of course, you can use the User-ID agent to communicate with the domain controller. SAML authentication works great with GlobalProtect, but it is not intended for use with User-ID.
If you'd like, you can contact me directly (email is first initial last name - no spaces or hyphens [at] paloaltonetworks[dot]com and provide me with your contact information, I'd be happy to add you to the enhancement request list.
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I have dropped you an e-mail with my contact details. To get around this limitation i could maybe user a captive portal and SAML SSO?
In my case these user are all on a seperate segment.
I will have to test this out.
Never the less integrating User-ID with Azure AAD would be a good enhancement.
I'm in the same boat as FDEMUYTER - all machines being managed via AzureAD/Azure Intune without any AD infra to speak of ( not in Hybrid ). Having to enter a userID kind of breaks the SSO experience IMO. Hoping there is a better way to do this.
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