Map IP Addresses to Users - Azure-AD Cloud Identity User ID

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Map IP Addresses to Users - Azure-AD Cloud Identity User ID

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Map IP Addresses to Users - Azure-AD Cloud Identity User ID


Good afternoon, thank you for your time and cooperation.


I understand that it is possible to apply the Mapping of groups, etc, but example:


If I have Workstations integrated to Azure AD totally in cloud, no on-premises AD server, none, just added to the domain in Azure of the endpoints, is it possible to have User ID- Map IP Addresses to Users in this kind of environments ? where everything is practically in Cloud ? The idea is to be able to just like on-premises environments, where you can map the IP to the user, through the AD/LDAP server, to have the same but through Azure.


Is it possible and technically feasible ?


Thank you, I remain attentive


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Hi @Metgatz ,


I agree.  More and more companies are moving to Azure, and it would be very nice to have an easy way to get user-to-ip mappings.  Digging into the CIE docs, it looks like the authentication portal is recommended there.  That doesn't really work well for non-web apps.





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@Metgatz I am assuming you are having remote users who have Azure AD joined systems. This is what I have been wanting in our environment, mapping external IP addresses authenticated to Azure AD. I don't think CIE does that. It just pulls the user/group information as this is the only scope that is given to the application in Azure.


Other method would be to use authentication policies but I am waiting for input from the community if exposing external interface for response pages to be exposed on the external interface is seen as an issue or not. I think threat would be of the same level as exposing Global Protect portal to publicly.


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