Palo Alto interops firewall with Microsoft Active Directory

Palo Alto Networks is set to announce at Interop New York the ability to map firewall rules to individual users via integration with Microsoft’s Active Directory.Palo Alto is introducing a software agent that directly taps Active Directory servers to gather data about users and user groups and pass it along to the firewall. The agent […]

Palo Alto Networks is set to announce at Interop New York the ability to map firewall rules to individual users via integration with Microsoft’s Active Directory.

Palo Alto is introducing a software agent that directly taps Active Directory servers to gather data about users and user groups and pass it along to the firewall. The agent is deployed at the server, and no client agents are required.


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