Traffic management by domain user
Good afternoon everyone, I have recently configured traffic management on a virtualized firewall. I have a 10 megabyte and 5 megabyte rule.
In from I add the ip of the machine and everything ok, but by user synchronized by DC I can't get it to work.
Is there any way that the firewall recognizes the domain users to be able to carry out group-based policies regarding traffic management?
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You can have policies From: AD groups, and have Traffic Management applied to those policies.
Will doing this meet your needs?
You would need SSO to be implemented to have AD users automatically authenticated to the firewall so that these AD group policies work.
Thanks for the quick reply Bruce_Briggs,
I have been looking for information on the Watchguard website about SSO and I think that, in part, the problems I am encountering would be solved.
I reflect on a question posed to me, I have a virtualized server in the cloud. Where users connect remotely by terminal server, I somehow need to regulate the traffic with SSO. Can SSO be a valid tool for this type of scenario?
Thank you very much for the help, excuse my English, I am using the google translator. :-)
I suppose that It depends on where your AD is set up.
You would need to be able to access the AD from the firewall and set up the AD as a firewall Authentication server.
Configure Active Directory Authentication
There is a SSO add-in for terminal server. See the About Single Sign-On for Terminal Services section, here:
Install and Configure the Terminal Services Agent