Configure SAML SSO for GlobalProtect

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Configure SAML SSO for GlobalProtect

Hello,

 

I'm trying to configure GP with SAML/SSO Auth. After entering credentials I get a "Authentication FailedError code: -1" using GP web portal.

On SAML server side the authent is OK.

It seems like the FW doesn't like the response from the server. 

It tries to verify the Idp signature but I didn't select this option...

 

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PA-5220 -  8.1.6

 

Log : 

1552905956 ERROR OpenSAML.Utility.SAMLSign : caught an exception: CredentialResolver did not supply any verification keys.
1552905956 ERROR OpenSAML.Utility.SAMLSign : caught an exception: Failed to verify signature in xml object.
2019-03-18 11:45:56.088 +0100 Failed to verify signature against certificate of IdP "crt.campus-firewall.shared"
2019-03-18 11:45:56.088 +0100 SAML signature in message from IdP "SSO-redirection-URL" can't be validated


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Re: Configure SAML SSO for GlobalProtect

Issue solved 

 

On server side (Keycloak), parameter "SAML Signature Key Name" was configured on "KEY_ID" instead of "CERT_SUBJECT".

I don't know if it's possible to add it in metadata file? Because that not written anywhere....

 

If that can help someone :) 

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Re: Configure SAML SSO for GlobalProtect

Issue solved 

 

On server side (Keycloak), parameter "SAML Signature Key Name" was configured on "KEY_ID" instead of "CERT_SUBJECT".

I don't know if it's possible to add it in metadata file? Because that not written anywhere....

 

If that can help someone :) 

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Re: Configure SAML SSO for GlobalProtect

Hello,

 

Thank you for posting and sharing your solution. Glad to hear you were able to get this resolved. 

 

For non-coureware related questions, please contact the Support team for assistance.

 

This discussion board is for Palo Alto Networks courseware related inquiries so it's not the best place for troubleshooting technical issues. 

 

 

Best,

James

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