issue if there is a one certificate profile for Windows User-ID agents and Terminal Services (TS) agents

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issue if there is a one certificate profile for Windows User-ID agents and Terminal Services (TS) agents

L3 Networker

As per below image You can only assign one certificate profile for Windows User-ID agents and Terminal Services (TS) agents.

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We want to enable secure communication only between User-id agent and firewall , so we will import server certificate only in user-id agent.

 

If we apply certificate profile under Device > User-Identification > Connection-Security , is there any issue to TS-agent status ?

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi there.

I do not believe there is any certificate profile needed for the Terminal Server Agent, so I believe it should be fine.

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@Deepak25,

I would lab this before you implement it, or make sure you do it within a change window. If you enable connection security The TS agent can use a certificate for authentication with the firewall, and by setting up connection security your firewall begins checking the certificate the TS agent and User-ID agent present. 

 

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