Assuming all notebook computers are in AD domain, you can deploy a registry key "Portal" under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Palo Alto Networks\GlobalProtect\PanSetup with your portal hostname in it.
When you choose single sign-on as instead of on-demand as the mode of GP client, we will use Windows credential to transparent auth the client with the portal.
So now everything will be transparent.
Hi and thanks for the advice.
Another thing ...
When I try to switch between two connection (the first with internal network cable and the second with a UMTS connect card for testing internl and external gateways) many times the program ask me to enter the Gateway password. Why?
I have installed Kaspersky Antivirus on computers and I just create the exclusions (otherwise nothing work!). Any idea?
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