I have below requirement for providing access to users based upon using user-ids/AD groups in security policies.
1. These users are using Macbook and they login by using their email Ids for login into their machines.
2. Authentication of their login via email Ids is taking place via Azure AD not via On-premises AD.
Traffic for all these users is going via our Internet PAN. We already are using User-Id agents for mapping of users' IP mappings with their user-ids. User-Id agents are talking to the On-premises AD and we can create policies by using these user-ids/AD groups in our firewall without any issues.
Main issue is for users who are getting authenticated via Azure AD not with On-premises AD.
Can anyone please suggest how we can achieve this in Palo Alto so that we can create policy in Palo Alto by using AD groups for users who are getting authenticated via Azure AD by using their email IDs rather than using their user-Ids.
Thanks & Regards
At least I can tell that this works perfectly fine with login to azure AD in combination with user ID data from a local active directory. The issue here in this topic we will hopefully find and solve.
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