Hello @MRamadanAHafiez ,
Most likely the format of the username does not match. Do you have a username or group in the security policy rule that allows access to your resources? You can verify the format of the username via the monitor tab, but I prefer CLI.
Use "show user ip-user-mapping all" to verify active username format.
Use "show user group name [group]" to verify username format needed to match group.
This doc will have the fix most of the time -> https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/8-1/pan-os-new-features/user-id-features/support-for-multip....
Thank you for your reply.
I will check the link you've provided.
Firstly , yes I have policies based on users and groups that we are talking about.
Secondly, I have checked traffic logs and when the user-id field is mydomain\username then I know everything will be as expected but whenever it comes username only I know it won't work as expected.
Adding: a Cisco Duo is must to have client connected by GlobalProtect.
I will check the link it might help.
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