12-09-2020 12:39 AM
I want to ask does native linux client (version 5.2) support saml auth with microsoft as a identity provider?
I tried it on ubuntu 18,20 and centos 7.IThe native client could not pass server certificate validation.Other client returns false after hitting SAML20/SP/ACS url
12-10-2020 04:25 PM
12-11-2020 10:11 AM
So what about the others centos,fedora?
12-11-2020 10:56 AM - edited 12-11-2020 02:05 PM
The documentation only mentions this limitation for Ubuntu OS. So, you should not have problems at least with CentOS, since Fedora is not a supported flavor on Global Protect.
Ref doc: https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/compatibility-matrix/globalprotect/where-can-i-install-the-globalp...
There's a Feature Request for Linux Fedora Global Protect support (FR ID: 16103) already submitted.
12-11-2020 11:32 AM
Yes I tried both centos and ubuntu (v18-v20) I think this list is general.So nobody mention about that globalprotect is working on supported linux distros with azure as a identity provider..So do you know what kind of restrictions ubuntu has?Is it some kind of SSL problem? I'm asking this because I have "invalid server certificate" error and I think it may related with the restrictions on all Linux distros
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