I have configured Azure SAML SSO for GlobalProtect. When I try to export Metadata from PaloAlto FW for global-protect service, there is a mandatory section to select which virtual system. But in my case, there is no virtual system to select from. I am not sure what's the issue. Any idea what's going on?
Thanks for your help in advance!
i had same issue while generating metadata xml file from palo alto firewall. delete saml profile and create it again worked for me. it's showing vsys1
I did delete and created the profile several times, still same issue. I think SAML is not working for me, because of the way our Azure environment setup, where the firewall is pulling a private IP address from Azure DHCP & that is being Natted by Azure, where we have no control over it.
Was your setup in Azure too? if so, can you please provide the steps you used to get it work?
I tried deleting it multiple times, created a new SAML Server profile, new auth profile and still nothing. Anyone know what it could be?
Yes, the issue is the way Azure environment is built. From experience, you can't get SAML running because your Azure FW is using a private IP address from a DHCP server, and that private IP get's natt'ed by Azure on your behalf. All that, causes it to break. I've tested the same SAML configuration on a local firewall, and it worked first time. Therefore, Azure is no longer an option for our GP solution.
I hope that helps!
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