Apple MACs and Global Protect VPN identification?

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Apple MACs and Global Protect VPN identification?

How are you identifying Apple Mac devices/making sure they are part of your organization before letting them connect through Global Protect?   We have an MDM - that joins our MACs, but the User ID-MDM integration is proving to be a bit more difficult than I had plannned.   Are most of you using a certificate that is exported to a machine, and or verifying plists on the device?

 

Is there a better more common way to verify Apple MACs are part of your organization?

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Re: Apple MACs and Global Protect VPN identification?

@Sec101,

Certificate based authentication is always my go to, regardless of primary operating system. If you tie this together with HIP checks I find that it meets the security requirements for the vast majority of organizations. 

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L4 Transporter

Re: Apple MACs and Global Protect VPN identification?

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Cyber Elite

Re: Apple MACs and Global Protect VPN identification?

@Sec101,

Certificate based authentication is always my go to, regardless of primary operating system. If you tie this together with HIP checks I find that it meets the security requirements for the vast majority of organizations. 

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