Can you describe a bit more what you are actually asking for? If you have a separate portal, you can of course modify the authentication profile utilized for authentication. If you are connecting to a separate portal completely, then you will be prompted to authenticate according to the policies set on the selected portal.
If you are connecting to a separate portal completely, then you will be prompted to authenticate according to the policies set on the selected portal.
that's exactly my point. I work with different clients that use Palo Alto and I have different accounts on each clients network.
Accordingly I have to re-enter my credentials whenever I connect to a different portal.
I was hoping that it would be possible to add the ability specify credentials based on the portal itself.
Oh I get what you're asking for now. You are correct that this would need to be a feature request and absolutely isn't supported at the moment, and that request would need to be processed through your SE.
On to the matter of the request however, I don't think this is something that would be implemented. Your user credentials, when allowed to be saved, are stored in credential manager under a generic gpcp/LatestCP, nothing about the actual portal you are connecting to is ever stored. The entire process of how the cached credential process works would need to be modified.
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