04-20-2021 01:57 PM
I am new to Palo Alto Firewalls and my Organization is wanting to deploy a number of Windows 10 Laptops with certificates and registry entries for prelogin configured. I have heard that we have to login to the VPN once for the prelogin to work which requires our IT department to have a hotspot and take those extra steps for every laptop we deploy. I thought with the Certificates and registry entries that this would not be necessary. Prelogin does work with the extra steps just trying to eliminate them if possible.
04-22-2021 12:41 AM
you could let your IT department skip that step as it is automatically 'taken care of' once the user logs on for the first time?
04-22-2021 08:16 AM
Thanks for the response Tom!
We were hoping to deploy the laptops and use the prelogon connection to allow an AD user to take it home an login to Windows 10 without having ever logged in with the laptop connected to our LAN. Trying to eliminate the scenario where a user takes the laptop home without logging into windows ahead of time and then has to use a local windows account to login. We also wanted to allow some sort of remote access to the computer for IT before the user authenticates to the VPN in case there were issues. Some options are RDP and Configuration Manager, which I see policies has the SMS option. We however don't want anybody to use the laptop to attempt to access secure resources on our internal network in the prelogon state.
The portal is not accessible from our LAN I imagine since it uses loopback and a URL that it could be configured to be accessible internally.
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