i need to authenticate users who are using workstations which are not in my windows domain.
captive portal with local users is working.
but if i create users in my windows domain and try to authenticate them with an ldap profile, it's not working.
captive portal authenticate them (command "show user ip-user-mapping all" shows my users) but ressources access are not allowed.
i use users in my policies.
i try to make the firewall read security logs but still no success.
is this normal ?
well i think it is.
ldap authentication is working but i need to NOT put users in my policies.
WHat issues are you having when you are attempting to configure user-id to read your DC security logs? Usually this is caused by improper security permissions being set on the server side of things, so I would start by insuring that this is 100% configured correctly.
i'm not readind security logs, i'm using an ldap profile.
group mapping is really something difficult to configure but it's working now.
is there a document to compare ldap vs kerberos vs user-id agent ?
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