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Users and group mapping

L2 Linker
Hello everybody!


Sometimes users' group memberships are not recognized by the firewall integrated user id agent. In the useridd.log we see this message:


2019-03-29 10:12:45.317 +0100 Warning: pan_user_group_user_prime_uid_lookup(pan_user_group_multi_attr.c:1314): For tierkonet\adisfo user, domain tierkonet does not exist in group-mapping

It says that the domain tierkonet does not exist in the group mappi g, but it does exist, that domain was configured.


Thanks in advance for any suggestion
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L7 Applicator

hi @Bittereinder 

 

Group memberships are fetched through the ldap server profile, not through the User-ID agent

Did you configure the group mapping (device > User-ID > group mapping) to include a domain?

Tom Piens
PANgurus

Hello, Reaper,

 

I've taken a look with show user group-mapping state all

 and I see: Number of groups: 1570 

A domain is configured, and I see one group mapping of type "active-directory".

 

What else should I look at?

Thanks!

 

Hey @Bittereinder ,

 

Did you solve this one? I saw similar logs on my firewall.

 

2020-11-20 16:08:01.115 +0100 Warning: pan_user_group_user_prime_uid_lookup(pan_user_group_multi_attr.c:1295): For alex user, user-domain is not present in group-mapping
2020-11-20 16:08:01.115 +0100 Warning: pan_user_group_user_prime_uid_lookup(pan_user_group_multi_attr.c:1295): For sash user, user-domain is not present in group-mapping

Did you find the resolution to this? 

I am having the same issue.

for a single domain:

did you add a (netbios!) domain in the server profile under group mapping (device > User Identification > Group Mapping > Server Profile)

 

which User and Group Attributes did you set?

 

for a multidomain forest:

have you tried setting the LDAP profile to use the global catalog port and removed the domain in group mapping or made multipe group mapping profiles to match all the domains?

Tom Piens
PANgurus
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