A company is deploying User-ID in their network. The firewall learn needs to have the ability to see and choose from a list of usernames and user groups directly inside the Panorama policies when creating new security rules
How can this be achieved?
User-ID group mapping is a feature that allows Panorama to retrieve user and group information from directory services such as LDAP or Active Directory1. This information can be used to enforce security policies based on user identity and group membership.
To configure User-ID group mapping on Panorama, you need to perform the following steps1:
Select Panorama > User Identification > Group Mapping Settings
Click Add and enter a name for the server profile
Select a Server Type (LDAP or Active Directory)
Click Add and enter the server details (IP address, port number, etc.)
Select Group Include List and click Add
Select the groups that you want to include in the group mapping
Commit your changes
By configuring User-ID group mapping on Panorama, you can see and choose from a list of usernames and user groups directly inside the Panorama policies when creating new security rules2.
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