ArtBahrs - sorry for the late replay, I was swamped with work.
Easiest is to type: show user group name and press TAB - PAN CLI will show available choices (groups).
You can specify short and long format:
show user group name example\bu-personal
is identical as:
show user group name cn=bu-personal,ou=general,ou=groups,dc=example,dc=org
If group contains spaces (or other unwanted characters) you will have to enclose it in double quotes:
show user group name "cn=domain admins,cn=users,dc=example,dc=org"
show user group name "example\domain admins"
Refer to djrodb Dec 10, 2012 1:50 AM
I would like to know logon script working on our GP Pre-logon. We had an issue that logon script is not working if we put group either domain\user group or LADP format cn=network_tech,ou=groups,dc=domain,dc=com but if we put any in source user in security rule and authentication profile it will works. For LADP config. We leave domain name empty which is suggested by Tech. GP user can authenticate without problem and go to network resource and map drive manually but logon scripts is not working. Please share your experience if possiable
email@example.com - if I understand you correctly Windows' logon scripts are not working when you put specific user or group in security rule?
Please refer to: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/docs/DOC-2020 for comprehensive information about configuring GlobalProtect.
Reason why scripts are not working with specific user/group in security rule is:
All pre-logon VPN connection will report a generic “pre-logon user” to User-ID. Username
is not known at the time the connection is established. Username is reported to gateway
once the user logs in to machine.
Taken from GlobalProtect Configuration Tech Note.
Thanks Albert. There are two places to add user/group (authentication profile and security policy)
If both place are Any. logon script will NOT work in our case. I have not tried one Any one user/Group. Basically we only allow staff to get authenticated not Students. We followed Doc 2020 for setup. Is there fix to get logon script working with pre-logon SSO setting. My understanding for pre-logon with SSO
1. User (not in office network) with pre config wired or wilress internet connection, power up machine without logon window. Pre-logon is already established between user laptop GP client to PA portal
2. user login with AD user and GP starts to connect using AD user (SSO) and then user starts logon corp domain/scripts/drive mapping
Not sure if Palo Alto staff use pre-log feature to get home drive mapped at home. We use Juniper/Cisco and it works well.
firstname.lastname@example.org - What about the third place in which you can add user/group, GlobalProtect Portal Client Configuration? Does pre-logon is successfully establishing connection, apart from running scripts?
email@example.com - now I am utterly confused.
First you wrote:
We had an issue that logon script is not working if we put group either domain\user group or LADP format cn=network_tech,ou=groups,dc=domain,dc=com but if we put any in source user in security rule and authentication profile it will work
If both place are Any. logon script will NOT work in our case
I do not know what works for you, and what does not.
Sorry. I had incorrect information in my previous emails
Script working setting: Any/Any/Any setting in the 3 places (security policy/authentication profile --we used Radius/portal client configuration)
Script not working: Domain/group name or cn=xxx format/domain/group name or cn=xxx/Any
Note: cn=xxxx are defined in Group mapping under User identification.
Thank you for your time to help on this issue
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