When specifying the AD group in the allowlist of LDAP Authentication profile, the admin login is failing. It is showing some errors like user not in allow list and target vsys is not mentioned etc.
It is working only when using 'all' in the allow list.
Have you followed the article below as maybe your user is not in the correct Microsoft AD group and this is why you have issues?
Also read this and confirm that you have settup your firewall to do group resolution/mapping:
A couple of things....
you may need to use the domain info and domain modifier in the auth profile...
for example:-- admin user is firstname.lastname and ldap server domain is domain.com
so auth profile is set with user domain = domain.com and username modifier is set to "%USERINPUT%@%USERDOMAIN%"
i can then just login as firstname.lastname
or.. if you are using userprincipalname for auth then it will not pick up group membership if the group id is using sammaccountname as may be different..
try from cli "show user group list "the full path to the group" to see if the names and domains match.
if you are not sure of the group path then,,, show user group name to display known groups
Ok. Here the thing is, 3-4 AD accounts are called in a group and we want to use the same in the allow list. I read somewhere as the Group name will be case sensitive and it should only be called in lower case in the firewall.
The output of show user group name '<cn=abc ....> is listing users in domain\user1.
You can check if you match group:
Also if you hace not added the domain you will need to do <domain>/<group> as if you added the domain it will be just <group>
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