Global Protect Pre-Authentication driving me nuts

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L4 Transporter

Global Protect Pre-Authentication driving me nuts

Hi.

 

I'm trying to configure pre-authentication on my Global Protect portal.

 

I've followed this document until I'm blue in the face, but every single time I attempt to logon to my test environment, I get

 

GlobalProtect portal user authentication failed. Login from: AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD, User name: , Reason: client cert invalid, Auth type: profile.
03/06 21:55:38
GlobalProtect portal user authentication failed. Login from: AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD, User name: , Reason: client cert invalid, Auth type: profile.
03/06 21:55:31
 
 

 

Anyone got any hints on getting this to work? The annoying thing is I've had this working previously, but the certificates expired between my test and now - so I renewed them, re-imported them into my test PC - no good.

 

Deleted the old ones, generated new ones (including a new CA certificate for the firewall), changed the required configutrations, imported the new certificates into my PC - nothing. Same error.

 

Is there some more debugging I can enable somewhere to figure out where this is going wrong?

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L7 Applicator

Maybe worth taking packet capture and drill into certificate parameters with Wireshark to verify which (if you have many) certificate client sends to firewall.

Enterprise Architect @ Cloud Carib www.cloudcarib.com
ACE, PCNSE, PCNSI
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L4 Transporter

Done that, and as far as I can tell the certificates are the right ones - I've only got one set defined on my testbed firewall, so and the HTTPS connection (to the portal) appears to be encrypted fine - I just can't login (to download the client or connect with Global Protect).

 

Oh well. I'll keep plugging away at it.

 

Thanks

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L3 Networker

Try installing the certificate in the other accounts too

 

try with IE also 

 

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try installing the same in other accounts too

 

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