We have PC's that are only registered inside Azure AAD and managed via Intune they have no connection to the on-prem AD and are connecting via a Wifi zone behind PA to the internet. How can i determine the USER id, without user interaction.
Or do i need Global protect for this and SSO?
Is there someting like a User ID agent for Azure AAD.
Or maybe i can use SAML SSO with Azure AAD for captive portal, can somebody point me to a good article on how to configure this.
We are currently using UserID in schools to implement internet filtering during exams. The number of students far exceed our VPN tunnel capacity in our Palo Alto firewall so we can't use Globalprotect either. Another issue with Azure AD mentioned elsewhere is that you'll see the public NAT IP externally, so maybe UserID isn't an option at all? Maybe we have to look at alternativ implementation in our Cisco wifi solution.
If you are using Cisco ISE you could try forwarding you logs to a palo alto user id agent configured as a syslog listener.
I have not tried it myself but was also something i was thinking about.
Another thing you could to is use an internal portal only without creating a tunnel but only for authentication. This is called a non-tunnel mode gateway. (always on configuration)
This will require you to deploy global protect to all your clients.
This solution will give you the most accurate solution I think.
I am assuming all your users and computer are in azure ad only? How are your users authenticated on the WIFI?
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