Think you need it for response and assertion to work correctly. Therefore, You'll need to ensure the CA flag is set.
I'm not 100% sure if that's how your supposed certs for this as neither Palo Alto nor Azure actually tell you how to do the certs correctly.
Yes we need that cert for response and assertion to work correctly.
I have no CA checked for these certs under the certificates.
Seems there are many ways to make the SAML work with VPN.
Ok, so it seems lots of people would have this problem since self signed certs for SAML Identity providers are probably best practice. (We started with a CA signed cert but then after doing certificate rollover with 40+ service providers a year and a half later decided this was insane.)
Palo Alto support tells me to either use a CA cert or generate a new cert in PaloAlto. Either way would force me into the certificate rollover process with all my service providers) Did anyone ever figure out a trick or workaround for this? This thread is not auspicious.
Thanks for replying, I really appreciate it. As to the workaround, maybe I am dense, but I dumped out the xml and reviewed the <certificate> block. Each existing certificate is present and I can see how to change the the <ca></ca> flag, but since I can't import the certificate I need, it is not in this section. I thought I could just manually add the needed certificate to this section since I have the PEM encoded public key for the certificate, and I can pull most of the fields from the cert, but I was stumped by the subject and issuer hash tags, since I am not aware of what hashing algorithm they are using. (See below for an example CA entry.)
I admit, I must be missing something obvious, can you guide me in the error of my ways?
<not-valid-before>Oct 22 12:00:00 2013 GMT</not-valid-before>
<issuer>/C=US/O=DigiCert Inc/OU=www.digicert.com/CN=DigiCert High Assurance EV Root CA</issuer>
<not-valid-after>Oct 22 12:00:00 2028 GMT</not-valid-after>
<common-name>DigiCert SHA2 High Assurance Server CA</common-name>
<subject>/C=US/O=DigiCert Inc/OU=www.digicert.com/CN=DigiCert SHA2 High Assurance Server CA</subject>
No, sorry if this was not clear. As I noted, this is just an example certificate from an existing CA taken from the XML config export. Since I can't import the certificate I need to add through the GUI, it is not in the export to tweak.
I included the example section to illustrate the fields you would need to have to manually create a certificate entry and import the config. I think I could put correct values in for most of them but am stumped by what hashing algorithm PaloAlto is using to generate the
But maybe I don't need to go down this path. Do you know of another way?
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