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UserID and multiple VSYS

L1 Bithead

From what I understand from the 5.0 documentation so far, each VSYS needs to be setup with separate userID agent configurations. There is no sharing of user-ID information between virtual systems. Is this assumption correct? I am seeing very inconsistent results between mulitple vsys's when I show a list of users. VSYS1 will show ~2500 users and VSYS2 will only show ~100. Anyone else using multiple Vsys run into similar inconstancies?

If I attempt to leverage agent-less UserID I am unable to commit both configurations. Is one vsys suppost to redistribute to the other?

Operation Commit
Result Failed

DetailsError: Both vsys vsys1 and vsys2 have agentless NTLM enabled. Agentless NTLM is supported in one vsys only(Module: useridd)

Commit failed

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L5 Sessionator

Hello Tim, this assumption is correct:

"From what I understand from the 5.0 documentation so far, each VSYS needs to be setup with separate userID agent configurations. There is no sharing of user-ID information between virtual systems. Is this assumption correct?"

For user identification it is recommended that your user-ID agent and group mapping configurations are unique per virtual system.

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L6 Presenter

Hi Tim,

In 5.0 angetless NTLM is supported for vsys1 only. You will run into this issue if you try to configure angentless NTLM for any other VSYS.

Tx,

Sandeep T

L5 Sessionator

Hello Tim, this assumption is correct:

"From what I understand from the 5.0 documentation so far, each VSYS needs to be setup with separate userID agent configurations. There is no sharing of user-ID information between virtual systems. Is this assumption correct?"

For user identification it is recommended that your user-ID agent and group mapping configurations are unique per virtual system.

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