You'll need to enable sticky sessions on your ELB for this to work properly for sure; you still might run into issues with MFA due to the IdP needing to access the ACS URL of the device actually making the request, that however depends on how you have this setup configured and what exactly you're actually load-balancing.
@RakeshGupta You need to configure Radius server and set it up with the 1st and 2nd factor. Then you configure the firewall with the Radius server profile and it will work with Global Protect. Technically any second factor vendor will be supported, as long as you configure it correctly on your radius server.
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