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using Azure MFA with Global Protect

L1 Bithead

Hello,

 

To configure Global Protect to use our already Existing MS MFA server, I followed this KB: https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000ClkkCAC 

 

I think I had to do one or two extra things as well, but in any case it's working.  However, it only prompts for the second factor if after I disconnect the Global Protect client, I go to Settings and click Sign Out.  If I don't sign out, when I reconnect, I am not prompted for the second factor.  Is this on some kind of timer or something?  I tried putting the machine to sleep, logging out, and rebooting it but none of those things caused it to prompt. Is there a way to get it to require the second factor every time I reconnect?

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@Dylanroehrig,

Sounds like you are using cookie auth somewhere in your GP configuration. 

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@Dylanroehrig wrote:

Hmm, where is an example of someplace that might be?  I don't recall setting cookie authentication anyplace.


--> Global Protect Gateway Configuration --> Agent --> Client Settings --> Configs --> Authentication Override --> Accept Cookie for Authentication Override

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@Dylanroehrig,

Sounds like you are using cookie auth somewhere in your GP configuration. 

Hmm, where is an example of someplace that might be?  I don't recall setting cookie authentication anyplace.


@Dylanroehrig wrote:

Hmm, where is an example of someplace that might be?  I don't recall setting cookie authentication anyplace.


--> Global Protect Gateway Configuration --> Agent --> Client Settings --> Configs --> Authentication Override --> Accept Cookie for Authentication Override

 

Screenshot_20181027-232114_Chrome.jpg

Sorry, I forgot to come back and mention that i found the cookie settings in the GlobalProtect Portal config. Does it matter if I change it there, on the gateway, or both?

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