Check Point Identity Agent for Microsoft Windows 10
Suspected service accounts are saved to a persistent database that survives reboot. Use these commands to see and manage the suspected service account database To show all suspected service accounts, run:. This command is useful before you enable the Assume that only one user is connected option.
To remove an account from the service account database, run:. Earlier releases support only NTLM. By default, NTLMv2 support is disabled. Procedure: i. Open the Security Gateway or Cluster object. On General Properties tab, click Network Security tab. Enable Identity Awareness. The Identity Awareness Configuration window that opens. Click Cancel. Make sure Identity Awareness is enabled.
On the Security Management Server: i. Connect to the command line. Log in to the Expert mode. Run: adlogconfig a iv. Enter the number of this option: Exit and save c. Disable Identity Awareness. Do not click OK. The Identity Awareness Configuration window opens. Continue configuring Identity Awareness in this wizard. Be very careful when you deactivate user-related notifications.
The adlog status screen and menu opens. LDAP groups update notifications status changes to [ ] not active. Enter Exit and save to save this setting and close the adlogconfig tool. You can use adlogconfig to set the time between LDAP change notifications and to send notifications only for user related changes. Be very careful when you deactivate only user-related notifications. This can cause excessive gateway CPU load. Enter Exit and save to save these settings and close the adlogconfig tool.
By default, the cache contains 1, users and cached user information is updated every 15 minutes. This action can cause Identity Awareness to work slower than expected. In the left navigation tree, click User Directory. Change Timeout on cached users to zero. Change Cache size to zero. An organization Active Directory can have more than one sites, where each site has its own domain controllers that are protected by a Security Gateway.
When AD Query is enabled on Security Gateway, you may want to configure each Security Gateway to communicate with only some of the domain controllers. This is configured in the User Directory page of the Gateway Properties. For each domain controller that is to be ignored, the default priority of the Account Unit must be set to a value higher than This means that priority of all other domain controllers dc1, dc4 and dc5 must be set to a number greater than in the Identity Awareness Gateway object properties.
To specify Domain Controllers per Security Gateway: a. Select the option Selected Account Units list. Select your Account Unit. Clear the option Use default priorities. Set the priority to dc1, dc4 and dc5: i. Select the domain controller. In the Priority field, enter Click Set. You can make sure that the domain controllers are set properly by using the adlog CLI.
You can see the domain controllers that the Security Gateway is set to communicate with as well as the domain controllers it ignores. Resolve Connectivity Issues a. Perform standard network diagnostics as necessary. If there are drops, see “Configuring the Firewall” on the next page and sk Use Microsoft wbemtest utility to verify WMI is functional and accessible: a. Connect to the Utility. Enter wbemtest. For example: ad. Enter a password for the user. Click Connect.
If the connection fails, or you get an error message, check for these conditions: n Connectivity problems see “Resolve Connectivity Issues” above n Incorrect domain administrator credentials see “Verify your domain administrator credentials” on the next page. In the Logon window, enter your domain administrator user name and password. If the domain controller root directory appears, this indicates that your domain administrator account has sufficient privileges. An error message may indicate that: i.
If the user does not have sufficient privileges, this indicates that he is not defined as a domain administrator. Obtain a domain administrator credentials.
You entered the incorrect user name or password. Check and retry. The domain controller IP address is incorrect or you are experiencing connectivity issues. Enter services. Find the Windows Management Instrumentation service and see that the service started. If it did not start, right-click this service and select Start.
To create Firewall rules for WMI traffic: i. Save the policy and install it on Security Gateway. If you have checked connectivity see “Resolve Connectivity Issues” on page 62 but still do not see identity information in logs, make sure that the necessary event logs are being recorded to the Security Event Log. If the domain controller does not generate these events by default they are generated , refer to Microsoft Active Directory documentation for instructions on how to configure these events.
In addition, you can let users install the Identity Agent on a specified later date and not right away. During installation, the Identity Agent automatically detects if there are administrator permissions on the computer or not and installs itself accordingly. Notes l When you configure the Full Identity Agent, the user that installs the client must have administrator rights on the computer. If the user does not have administrator permissions, the Light Identity Agent is installed instead.
They must install the agent from the distribution media. From the Identity Awareness page, select the Identity Agents checkbox. From the Captive Portal Settings window, select the Require users to download checkbox to make users install the Identity Agent. If you select this option and you do not select the defer option, users can only get an access to the network if they install the Identity Agent.
To give users flexibility to choose when they install the Identity Agent, select Users may defer installation until. For example, if you have a group of mobile users that roam and it is necessary for them to stay connected as they move between networks.
From the Identity Awareness page, select the Identity Agent checkbox. Select Name and password login and click Settings. Select Adjust portal settings for specific user groups – You can add user groups and give them settings that are different from other users.
The options that you configure for each user group are: n If they must accept a user agreement. There are some methods to configure this. The basic method is to configure one server. Another method is to configure a domain-wide Policy, to connect to an Identity Awareness Gateway, based on the Identity Agent client current location.
It makes sure that the connection between the Identity Agent and the Security Gateway is secure. For example, Server Trust blocks man-in-the-middle attacks. Trust is made with when the server fingerprint matches the expected fingerprint, as calculated during the SSL handshake.
File name based If no other method is configured out of the box situation , the Identity Agent server downloaded from the Captive Portal is renamed to include the Captive Portal configuration computer IP address in its name. Users manually accept the server in the Trust window.
Configure these values before installing the client by GPO, or other method that lets you remotely control the Windows registry. The Identity Agent uses the data immediately. Agents see “Creating Custom Identity Agents” on page To configure the Identity Agent settings: 1.
Select Identity Agents and click Settings. From the Identity Agents Settings window, configure:. This causes browser warnings if the browser does not recognize Check Point as a trusted Certificate Authority. Identity Agent redirects users to the Captive Portal, if they use networks connected to these interfaces in different ways: o Through all interfaces o Through internal interfaces o Including undefined internal interfaces o Including DMZ internal interfaces o Including VPN encrypted interfaces o According to the Firewall policy – Select this if there is a rule that controls the access to the Captive Portal.
The configuration options are: l Browser transparent Single Sign-On – Select Automatically authenticate users from computers in the domain if you use Transparent Kerberos Authentication to identify users. All user directory options are selected by default. Select one or two options if users are only from one or more specified directory and you want to increase Security Gateway performance to the maximum.
Use the Identity Agent to configure data for the logged in session. The keepalive signal is a message to the server that the user is not logged out. Lower values hurt bandwidth and network performance. Not applicable if you use SSO. Configure data for Identity Agent upgrades. Note -When you install or upgrade the Full Identity Agent version, the user loses connectivity for a moment. Uninstall the current Identity Agent. Reboot your computer. Enter the new preshared key for the new agent. Troubleshooting Authentication Issues Some users cannot authenticate with the Identity Agent: This issue can occur in Kerberos environments with a very large Domain Controller database.
The authentication failure occurs when the CCC message size is larger than the default maximum size. You can increase the maximum CCC message size to prevent this error. To increase the maximum CCC message size, use the procedure in sk Transparent Captive Portal Authentication fails for some users: This issue can occur for users that try to authenticate with Kerberos authentication with the transparent portal.
The user sees a Bad Request page with this message: Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.
Size of a request header field exceeds server limit. The authentication failure occurs because the HTTP request header is larger than the default maximum size. You increase the maximum HTTP request header to prevent this error. To increase the maximum HTTP request header size, use the procedure in sk Go to the sk to download the agent. This password is used to secure the established trust between them.
The shared secret enables secure connection and lets the Security Gateway trust the application server with the Terminal Servers functionality. The shared secret must contain at least 1 digit, 1 lowercase character, 1 uppercase character, no more than three consecutive digits, and must be eight characters long.
In SmartConsole, you can automatically generate a shared secret that matches these conditions. In the left tree, go to the Identity Awareness page. To automatically configure the shared secret: i. Click Generate to get a shared secret automatically that matches the string conditions. The generated password is shown in the Pre-shared secret field.
To manually configure the shared secret: i. Enter a password that matches the conditions in the Pre-shared secret field. Note the strength of the password in the Indicator. Open the Terminal Servers Identity Agent. In the Advanced section, click Terminal Servers Settings. In Identity Server Shared Secret, enter the shared secret string. Click Save. Click Terminal Servers – Settings. Options that are based on the topology configured for the gateway n Through all interfaces n Through internal interfaces l Including undefined internal interfaces l Including DMZ internal interfaces l Including VPN encrypted interfaces n According to the Firewall policy – Select this, if there is a rule that states who can get an access to the portal.
This lets the administrator configure different authentication settings for different Identity Agents. Near the Terminal Servers , click Settings. In the Authentication Settings section, click Settings. Click OK to close the Active Directories window. Click OK to close the Terminal Servers window.
Configure the Account Units Query settings: i. Click the User Directory pane. In the Account Units Query section, select All. Click OK to close the Gateway Properties window. Select Specific. The ID and User field information is automatically updated from processes running on the application server. User The user and domain name. Authentication Status Indicates whether this user is authenticated on the gateway.
Advanced uses can change these settings when necessary. Best Practice – We highly recommend that you keep the default values, if you are not an advanced user. Changes are applied to new users that log in to the application server after the Terminal Servers Identity Agent saves the settings. Users that are currently logged in stay with their existing settings.
This Ports field accepts a port range or list of ranges separated with a semicolon. Ports Reuse The number of seconds the system waits until it assigns a port to a new user after it Timeout has been released by another user. Gateway The same password that is set on the gateway that enables trusted connection Shared Secret between the Security Gateway and the application server. Identity Server The same password that is set on the gateway that enables trusted connection Shared Secret between the Security Gateway and the application server.
Firewall Policy – The Firewall policy allows interface connections. If a Firewall rule is configured to block connections from RADIUS Accounting clients, connections continue to be allowed when one of these options are selected.
This host object is selected automatically. Click Generate to create a strong, shared secret for client authentication. This shared secret applies to all host objects in this list.
You can manually enter a shared secret. It is not necessary to generate a new shared secret when you add or remove clients from the list. Select a message attribute for each of these values. The default attributes are correct for many Identity Awareness configurations.
Note – Vendor-Specific 26 is a user-defined attribute. A sub-index value is assigned to each Vendor-Specific attribute in a message. This lets Identity Awareness find and use the applicable value. To configure message attributes: 1.
Select a message attribute from the list for each index field. If you use the Vendor-Specific 26 attribute, select the applicable sub-index value. You can create a specified user session timeout. To configure secondary IP or dual stack: 1. The parser finds a string between a predefined prefix and suffix.
If you specify only one, the parser takes out only what you specified. For example, if you want to fetch user groups, and the message is “group1;group2;group3”, then set the delimiter to “;” using this command:.
Identity Collector collects information about identities and their related IP addresses, and sends it to the Check Point Security Gateway for identity enforcement. For mandatory requirements and more information, see sk This section explains the steps that you follow to work with Identity Collector as an identity source, which includes installation and configuration on the Windows Server.
Go to the Identity Awareness pane. Select Identity Collector. Near the Identity Collector, click Settings. In the Identity Collector Settings window, configure:. You must select Identity Awareness Gateway interfaces that can accept connections from Identity Collector clients.
Select Security Gateway interfaces that can accept connections from Identity Collector clients. Identity Collector clients can get an access to the Security Gateway, if they use networks connected to these interfaces.
The options are: i. Through all interfaces – All Security Gateway interfaces can accept connections from Identity Collector clients.
Through internal interfaces – Only Security Gateway interfaces that are explicitly defined internal, can accept connections from Identity Collector clients. According to the Firewall policy – Select this, if there is an explicit Access Control Policy rule that accept connections from Identity Collector clients. Important – The Through all interfaces and Through internal interfaces options have priority over Firewall Policy rules.
If a Firewall rule is configured to block connections from Identity Collector clients, connections continue to be permitted when one of these options is selected. An Identity Awareness Gateway accepts connections only from authorized Identity Collector client computers.
Notes: l To create a specified new host object:. Close the Identity Collector Settings window. Close the Identity Awareness Gateway Properties window. To create an authentication secret for a selected Identity Collector client: a. Select the Identity Collector client in the list.
Click Generate, or enter the applicable secret manually. Notes: l Each client has its own client secret. Configure where the Identity Awareness Gateway can search for users, when they try to authenticate: l Internal users – The directory of configured internal users. By default, all User Directories options are selected.
You can select only one or two options, if users are only from a specified directory, and you want to maximize Security Gateway performance, when users authenticate. Assign this group to an Access Role. Go to Identity Awareness Agents sk and download the latest version. Installing the Identity Collector To install the Identity Collector, a user with administrator rights must run the Identity Collector installation.
For all requirements and more information, see sk The Windows server, on which you install the Identity Collector, must meet these requirements:. NET: 4. Filters Configuration of Filters for login events. Syslog Parses Configuration of Syslog Parses.
Settings Configuration of advanced settings. Open the Identity Collector application. At the top, click Query Pools. Enter the name for the Query Pool to show in the Identity Collector. Optional Enter the comment. Select the Identity Sources, from which to collect identities. Editing a current Query Pool in the Identity Collector 1.
Select the applicable Filter. From the top toolbar, click Edit Query Pool. Deleting a current Query Pool in the Identity Collector 1. To add a new Filter for login events in the Identity Collector: 1. From the top toolbar, click Filters. From the top toolbar, click New Filter. Enter the name for the Filter to show in the Identity Collector. Configure the filter:.
To edit a current Filter for login events in the Identity Collector: 1. From the top toolbar, click Edit Filter. To delete a current Filter for login events in the Identity Collector: 1. Click Yes to confirm. Cache: The cache saves associations user-to-IP address that the Identity Collector creates for a certain time the default is 5 minutes.
If the event happens again during that time, the Identity Collector does not send it to the Identity Server again. At the top, click Domains. From the top toolbar, click New Domain. Enter the Domain name to show in the Identity Collector. Enter the Domain account credentials – Username and Password. Select the applicable Domain.
From the top toolbar, click Edit Domain. Configure the Domain. From the left navigation toolbar, click Gateways. Use one of these two options to add the necessary Domain Controllers. From the left navigation toolbar, click Identity Sources.
Click Fetch. A list of the Domain Controllers show. Enable the Domain Controllers you want to add. Optional Enter your comment. Click Test. In the Identity Collector, add a new Filter for the login events, or edit a current Filter. Only necessary in distributed pxGrid environment with more than one pxGrid node. See the Cisco pxGrid documentation. Enter the Client Settings: g. Configuring the Identity Collector to Parse Syslog Messages Identity Collector can now receive and process syslog messages that contain identity information.
Identity Collector can use these syslog messages as an additional identity source for the Identity Awareness Gateway. Workflow to configure the Identity Collector to parse Syslog messages: 1. Create a new Syslog Parser. From the top toolbar, click Syslog Parsers. Click New Parser. Select Regex option, if the Message Subject is a regular expression. It is a sequence of characters, which precedes the username value.
Must be written inside parentheses. It is a sequence of characters, which precedes the machine name value. It is a sequence of characters, which precedes the address value. It is a sequence of characters, which precedes the domain name value. Important – Only the value of the attribute must be inside parentheses. Any unnecessary attributes should be empty. One of these pairs is mandatory:.
Add a Syslog Server as an Identity Source. Enter the Syslog Server information. In this case, close and reopen the Identity Collector. Configure the Security Gateway that works as Identity Awareness.
Open the Security Gateway object. Enable the Identity Awareness Software Blade. The Identity Awareness Configuration Wizard opens. You can disable this Identity Source later. The Identity Awareness Configuration Wizard closes. From the left navigation tree, go to the Identity Awareness page. Near the Identity Collector, click Settings and configure the settings. Configure the object name and IP address. The Object Explorer window opens. In the left navigation tree, click Servers.
In the Name field, enter the applicable object name for example, mycompany. In the Prefix field, enter your domain name for example, mycompany. In the Account Unit usage section, select all the options. In the Additional configuration section, select Enable Unicode support. Go to the General tab. Note – Refer to the official NetIQ documentation. For example, use the ldapsearch command. In the Confirm password field, enter the password again. Fetch or manually add the branch es.
Clear Use common group path for queries. In the Allowed authentication schemes section, select all the options.
In the Users’ default values section: l Clear Use user template. Click OK to close the New Domain window. When this occurs, the Identity Awareness Gateway does not know the domain and drops the association.
The Alias feature of the Identity Collector resolves this issue. To enable Alias feature on the Identity Collector client computer: 1. Create a new configuration file:. Notes n There is no space between the equal sign and the name of the domain or the alias name. Example: If the nickname of “something. Save the changes in the file. This capability is now available using Identity Collector. This capability was already available in AD Query and in R For groups membership updates it is disabled by default and must be activated manually using CLI.
This may have a performance impact. For improved performance the information about LDAP users and groups is cached by the Security Gateway so if the information about a current group is already cached the group update is not reflected until the cache is updated. By default the cache is updated every 15 minutes.
Identity Collector Advanced Configuration 1. In the Identity Collector client, from the left navigation toolbar, click Settings. Make the Identity Collector Advanced Configuration. Activity Logs the date and time of activities done in the Identity Collector. Identity to-live Reporti ng. Cache The cache saves associations username-to-IP address that the Identity time-to- Collector creates for a specified time.
The default is seconds, or 5 minutes. Ignore If you select this option, the Identity Collector does not send computer machine associations, only user associations. Ignore When Remote Desktop login occurs, 2 login events occur in the Domain RDP Controller with the same username, but different IP addresses: the events computer, from which login was made, and the computer, to which the login was made. If you select this option this is the default , the Identity Collector ignores the IP address of the computer, from which login was made, because it is redundant.
Clear Clears all the entries saved in the cache. The Identity Collector creates Cache new cache entries when it receives new associations. This value sets the interval, during which this occurs. The default is 1 minute. Time The default is minutes, or 12 hours. Logins n time Monitor. Cache The maximal time between two different login events by the same user or time-to- same computer that are treated as one Logins Monitor record. Auto The interval of time, during which the user interface of the Logins Monitor refresh refreshes its view, when it requests an update of the users’ logins time records.
Ignore When selected, the Logins Monitor tab only stores and shows the latest revoked login event both user and computer event for each IP address. Domain Controller dynamically allocated ports. Identity Collector to Cisco Session subscribe. Identity Collector to Cisco Bulk session download. Identity Collector Optimization Exclude multi-user machines After the Identity Collector works for a while, you can check the number of multi-user computers, and add them to the Network Exclusion List.
Exclude service accounts After the Identity Collector works for a while, you can see how many service accounts there are, and add them to the Identity Exclusion List. If you enable group consolidation, the Identity Awareness Gateway fetches the group even if it receives groups from the Identity Collector:.
Web API clients can get an access to the Security Gateway, if they use networks connected to these interfaces. Through internal interfaces – Only Security Gateway interfaces that are explicitly defined internal, can accept connections from Web API clients. Important -The Through all interfaces and Through internal interfaces options have priority over Firewall Policy rules. To configure authorized Web API client computers: a. Create an authentication secret for a selected Web API client: i.
Select the Web API client in the list. Default Parameter Type Description value. Supports either IPv4 or IPv6, but not both. For example: Windows 7. Empty string. For example: Apple iOS device. Best Practice – You must include the domain name whenever available, to make sure that the user is authorized by the correct server, improves performance and prevents incorrect authorization, when there are identical user names in more than one domain.
Notes n The request must include user or computer information or both. The shared-secret and ip-address fields are mandatory. Requests that contain these characters fail. If not, there is no assignment of Access Roles and the request fails. Because the gateway sends the response before the authorization process is complete, a successful response does not necessarily mean the gateway created the identity successfully. This improves the information audit, but does not harm enforcement.
Delete Identity v1. Default Parameter Type Description Value. It can be empty for the deletion of a single Empty method association by an IP address. If not, then the permitted values are: mask – for the deletion of all associations in a subnet.
Required when the revoke method is mask. Empty IP. Empty mask IP. Required when the revoke method is Empty address- IP range.
Any type If no value is set for the client-type parameter, or if it is set to any, the Security Gateway deletes all identities associated with the given IP address es the Client Type table has a list of the permitted values. Note – When the client-type is set to vpn remote access , the Security Gateway deletes all the identities associated with the given IP address es. This is because when you delete an identity associated with an Office Mode IP address, this usually means that this Office Mode IP address is no longer valid..
Required when the revoke-method is set to user- Empty name-and-ip. Query Identity v1. The Information includes these fields: n Users’ full names full name if available, falls back to user name if not n Array of groups n Array of roles n Identity source.
Note – If more than one identity source authenticated the user, the result shows a separate record for each identity source. Bulk Commands v1. To do this, send the bulk command with a requests array, in which each array element contains the parameters of one request. The response returns a responses array, in which each array element contains the response for one command.
The responses appear in the order of the requests. If the request fails, the JSON response body includes a code field, and the message field includes a textual description. For bulk requests, the HTTP status code is always A granular error code is given for each of the requests.
Make sure the API client can get an access to the gateway and that the gateway does not drop the traffic. Contact Check Point Support. Selecting Identity Sources Identity sources have different security and environment considerations.
Depending on your organization requirements, you can choose to set them separately, or as combinations that supplement each other. Logging and AD Query. The Browser-Based Authentication identity source is necessary to include all non-Windows users. In addition, it serves as a fallback option, if AD Query cannot identify a user. Data Center, or The options are: internal server protection n AD Query and Browser-Based Authentication – When most users are desktop users not remote users and easy configuration is important.
Users that are not identified encounter redirects to the Captive Portal. The Captive Portal is used for distributing the Identity Agent. IP Spoofing protection can be set to prevent packets from being IP spoofed.
Terminal Servers Terminal Servers. Users that get an Remote Access. These are the priorities of the different Identity Sources: 1. Remote Access 2. AD Query. When you set the AD Query option to get identities, you are configuring clientless employee access for all Active Directory users. To enforce access options, create rules in the Firewall Rule that contain Access Role objects. An Access Role object defines users, computers and network locations as one object.
Active Directory users that log in and are authenticated, get a seamless access to the resources that are based on Firewall rules. Thus, the Security Gateway policy permits access only from James’ desktop, which is assigned a static IP address He received a laptop and wants to get an access to the HR Web Server from anywhere in the organization.
The IT department gave the laptop a static IP address, but that limits him to operating it only from his desk. He wants to move around the organization and continue to have access to the HR Web Server. To make this scenario work, the IT administrator does these steps: 1.
This uses the identity acquired from AD Query. This can take some time and depends on user activity. If James Wilson is not identified the IT administrator does not see the log , he should lock and unlock the computer. Install the policy. Getting Identities with Browser-Based Authentication Browser-Based Authentication lets you acquire identities from unidentified users such as: n Managed users connecting to the network from unknown devices such as Linux computers or iPhones.
If unidentified users try to connect to resources in the network that are restricted to identified users, they are automatically sent to the Captive Portal. If Transparent Kerberos Authentication is configured, the browser attempts to identify users that are logged into the domain through SSO before it shows the Captive Portal.
She wants to get an access to the internal Finance Web server from her iPad. But she can enter her AD credentials in the Captive Portal and then get the same access as on her office computer. Her access to resources depends on rules in the Firewall Rule Base. Necessary SmartConsole Configuration 1. In the Portal Settings window in the User Access section, make sure that Name and password login is selected. Create a new rule in the Rule Base to let Linda Smith access network destinations. Select accept as the Action.
Right-click the Action column and select More. Select Enable Identity Captive Portal. From the Source of the rule, right-click to create an Access Role. Enter a Name for the Access Role. In the Users page, select Specific users and choose Linda Smith. In the Machines page, make sure that Any machine is selected. The Access Role is added to the rule.
User Experience Jennifer McHanry does these steps: 1. Browses to the Finance server from her iPad. The Captive Portal opens because she is not identified and therefore cannot get an access to the Finance Server. She enters her usual system credentials in the Captive Portal.
A Welcome to the network window opens. She can successfully browse to the Finance server. This uses the identity acquired from Captive Portal. While they visit, the CEO wants to let them get an access to the Internet on their own laptops. Amy, the IT administrator configures the Captive Portal to let unregistered guests log in to the portal to get network access.
She makes a rule in the Rule Base to let unauthenticated guests get an access to the Internet only. When guests browse to the Internet, the Captive Portal opens. Guests enter their name, company, email address, and phone number in the portal. They then agree to the terms and conditions written in a network access agreement. Afterward, they are given access to the Internet for a specified time.
In the Portal Settings window in the Users Access section, make sure that Unregistered guest login is selected. Click Unregistered guest login – Settings. Create an Access Role rule in the Rule Base, to let identified users get an access to the Internet from the organization: a.
Right-click Source and select Access Role. In the Users tab, select All identified users. Right-click the Action column and select Edit Properties. The Action Properties window opens. Browses to an internet site from her laptop. The Captive Portal opens because she is not identified and therefore cannot get an access to the Internet.
She enters her identifying data in the Captive Portal and reads through and accepts a network access agreement. She can successfully browse to the Internet for a specified time. Amy, the IT administrator wants to leverage the use of Identity Agents so: n Finance users are automatically authenticated one time with SSO when they log in through Kerberos, which is built-in into Microsoft Active Directory.
She needs to configure: n Identity Agents as an identity source for Identity Awareness. No configuration is necessary on the client for IP spoofing protection. After configuration and policy install, users that browse to the Finance Web server get the Captive Portal and can download the Identity Agent.
User Experience A Finance department user does this: 1. Browses to the Finance Web server. The Captive Portal opens because the user is not identified and cannot get an access to the server. A link to download the Identity Agent is shown.
The user clicks the link to download the Identity Agent. The user automatically connects to the Security Gateway. A window opens asking the user to trust the server.
Note – The trust window opens because the user connects to the Identity Awareness Gateway, with the File name based server discovery option. There are other server discovery methods, in which user trust confirmation in not necessary see “Server Discovery and Trust” on page The user automatically connects to the Finance Web server.
The user can successfully browse to the internet for a specified time. Click the Browser-Based Authentication Settings button. Note – This configures Identity Agent for all users.
Alternatively, you can set Identity Agent download for a specific group see ” Configuring an Identity Agent” on page Configure Kerberos SSO. In this scenario, the File Name server discovery method is used. The log entry shows that the system maps the source IP address with the user identity.
In this case, the identity is “guest” because that is how the user is identified in the Captive Portal. Amy, the IT administrator wants to leverage the use of the Terminal Servers solution so that: n Sales users are automatically authenticated with Identity Awareness when they log in to the Terminal Servers. They work together in these procedures:.
Logs and events display identity information for the traffic. Enable the Application Control blade on a Security Gateway. This adds a default rule to the Application Control Rule Base that allows traffic from known applications, with the tracking set to Log. User Identification in the Logs You can see data for identified users in the Logs and Events that relate to application traffic. In addition, it shows Application Control data.
Administrators can then analyze network traffic and security-related events better. The Log Server communicates with Active Directory servers.
The Log Server stores the data extracted from the AD in an association map. When Security Gateway generate a Check Point log entry and send it to the Log Server, the server gets the user and computer name from the association map entry that corresponds to the source IP address of the event log.
It then adds this identity aware information to the log. Configure an Active Directory Domain. Install the database. Open the Log Server object. If you have not set up Active Directory, it is necessary to enter a domain name, username, password and domain controller credentials. For Browser- Based Authentication standard credentials are sufficient. If it is necessary for AD Query to fetch data from other domain controllers, you must add them manually to the LDAP Servers list after you complete the wizard.
Optional: In the Log Server object, go to the Identity Awareness page and configure the applicable settings. Installing the Database 1. In SmartConsole, go to Menu and click Install database. The Install Database window opens. Select all Check Point objects on which to install the database. In the Install database window, click Install. The generated events include event logs and authentication events. The quantities change based on the applications that run in the network.
Welcome to the anniversary — the 10th lesson. At the very beginning, when describing NGFW, we determined that it is obligatory for it to regulate access based on accounts and not IP addresses.
This is primarily due to the increased mobility of users and the ubiquitous BYOD model — bring your device. The company may have a lot of people who connect via WiFi, get a dynamic IP, and even from different network segments. Try here create access lists based on ip-Schnick. Here, without the identification of users can not do.
And it is precisely the Blade Identity Awareness that will help us in this matter. Today we will talk about network access.
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