LDAP and user authentication/authorization

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LDAP and user authentication/authorization

L1 Bithead

Hi all!

I have a problem using LDAP for user/management authentication/authorization. When I try to log in via my domain I get the following in my log (after logging in again with the admin account):

Authorization failed for user *\*via Web from *.*.*.* : Invalid user 06/06 12:41:19

User '*\*' authenticated. Profile authProfileAdmins in an authentication sequence AuthSeqDomainAdmins succeeded. From: *.*.*.*.

Any suggestions?

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Please follow the configuration steps provided in the following document: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/docs/DOC-1989

Unless the username you are using to login is 'AllowDomainAdmins', there is a misconfiguration.

As outlined in the document, it is required to create a Device -> Administrator account for each AD account that will be used.

Hope this helps!

- Stefan

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L4 Transporter

Please check the authentication profile and Authentication sequence. Are you referring to the correct profile for authentication. The empty spaces indicate that it is having trouble with the authentication profile

Hi and thanks for the reply. Please see attached pictures of my current

setup. The LDAP has contact with the server, so this is not the problem...

Best Regards/Vennlig Hilsen,

Kåre Tragethon

IT & Automasjon

Hallingplast AS

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www.hallingplast.no

Could it be the classical mistake of using "domain.local" instead of just the netbios name "domain"?

Described in https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/thread/5050?tstart=0

Thanks but that didn't help. By the way, I'm only using LDAP (no user

agent)..... I could also mention that I'm only trying to access the

Management Interface at the moment. Could that be a problem?? Do I have to

create any security rules to allow access?

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