As I know when SAML login for Global Protect, it will pop-up a login browser unlike other login method.
take Azure AD syn with on-prem AD as a example,
notebook Window domain login use a on-prem AD (Since Azure AD not support it), but Global Protect use a Azure AD for SAML.
Two AD (on-prem vs Azure) will not the exactly same domain even it is synchronous.
Is it possible to use the function of "Use Signal Sign-On (Windows)" in Global Protect?
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