In one of my customers (Pan-OS v4.0.7) with eDirectory I use User-Id Agent (v3.1.2) to get user IP addresses. In that directory I used the "Login Id Attribute Name" to specify 'CN' as the attribute to use for user account because many users didn't have a "UniqueId" attribute with a value.
Now I am testing the latest version of User-Id Agent (v4.1.4) and to my susprise I cannot specify the attribute for the user name.
Is there any way to specify in User-Id Agent to use the 'CN' attribute?
What attribute does it use by default? 'UniqueID'?
The latest version of agent does not support group mapping. The group mapping is done by the firewall. You can configure the group mapping under Device -> User Identification -> Group Mapping Settings. You can configure the login attribute here.
However in the User-Id Agent not all connected users are shown and after testing a few ones I notice users without 'uid' attribute are not shown. In previous versions of the agent 'uid' was the default and I changed it but now I cannot specify what attribute to use.
I think the agent still uses the 'uid' attribute and if the user hasn't got a value for it the user is not shown. Product documentations doesn't say anything about this. Am I right? Is this a bug or expected behaviour?
User-ID Agent v4.1 and later
I understand what you mean but my problem is that the agent is only showing a small amount of connected users IP's. There are many users connected whose ip address is not shown by the agent in the monitor tab.
I also suggested that maybe ldap 'person' objects whithout an 'uid' attribute are not correctly shown by the agent when connected.
I am having the same issue of yours : some users are not identified by the agent.
I am using agent 4.1.6 and edirectory 8.8
What I noticed from edirectory is the uid attributes was missing from some users.
Once added the user was successfully added in the user agent list.
Walter Doria (email@example.com)
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