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Unable to commit config - Invalid Auth Profile After 7.0.5 update

L1 Bithead

Hi,

 

We recently updated to 7.0.5 and I cannot commit changes anymore.

 

Error:

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Invalid global authentication profile POV-Auth-Profile, only radius auth profile or auth sequence is supported.

Configuration is invalid

Validation Error:

 deviceconfig -> system -> authentication-profile 'POV-Auth-Profile' is not a valid reference

 deviceconfig -> system -> authentication-profile is invalid

 deviceconfig -> system is invalid

 deviceconfig is invalid

 devices is invalid

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POV-Auth-Profile is an LDAP Auth Profile.

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L1 Bithead

Hi Stuart,

 

In the Device>Setup>Management>Authentication Settings>Authentication Profile only RADIUS authentication or Authentication Sequence is supported.

 

As 'POV-Auth-Profile' is an LDAP profile it is giving this error. Although, in previous versions it never throwed any commit error  when there was an incorrect authentication-profile specified in this configuration but now it does as there are certain extra checks added now. 

 

To resolve this you can create an Authentication sequence and add the LDAP Aut Profile to it. You should be able to call this Auth Sequence in Device>Setup>Management>Authentication Settings>Authentication Profile

 

I hope this is helpful.

 

Regards,

Jyoti Singh

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L1 Bithead

Hi Stuart,

 

In the Device>Setup>Management>Authentication Settings>Authentication Profile only RADIUS authentication or Authentication Sequence is supported.

 

As 'POV-Auth-Profile' is an LDAP profile it is giving this error. Although, in previous versions it never throwed any commit error  when there was an incorrect authentication-profile specified in this configuration but now it does as there are certain extra checks added now. 

 

To resolve this you can create an Authentication sequence and add the LDAP Aut Profile to it. You should be able to call this Auth Sequence in Device>Setup>Management>Authentication Settings>Authentication Profile

 

I hope this is helpful.

 

Regards,

Jyoti Singh

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Thanks Jyoti!

 

Had this solved by Palo Support 5 minutes ago, but same solution :D

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