We are currently testing GlobalProtect as an SSL VPN replacement. In our current Juniper environment, we use a user cert (pushed to all company iOS assets via MDM) to verify an iOS device is a company asset. Is there any similar methodology we can use with the Global Protect environment as a HIP Profile that we can use to build policy against?
As an aside, we are testing using the new Global Protect app, not via IPSec tunneling.
Checking presence of a certificate is not included in HIP Profile. However you could configure a GlobalProtect Gateway with certificate profile and require the client to present a valid certificate before a connection is allowed. Since only the device under MDM will have the valid certificate, only managed devices can connect.
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