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Configure the PAN-OS integrated User-ID agent that runs on the firewall to map IP addresses to usernames.
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Configure the PAN-OS integrated User-ID agent.
These settings define the methods that the User-ID agent uses to perform user mapping.
Enable the User-ID agent to monitor server logs for user mapping information: Enable Server Monitoring.
Ensure that the firewall has the most current user mapping information as users roam and obtain new IP addresses: Configure Cache Timeouts for User Mapping Entries.
Enable firewalls to share user and group mapping information to simplify User-ID management: Enable Redistribution of User Mappings Among Firewalls.
Configure the User-ID agent to parse syslog messages for user mapping information: Manage Syslog Message Filters.
Configure the User-ID agent to omit specific usernames from the mapping process: Manage the User Ignore List.
Enable NT LAN Manager (NTLM) authentication for user mapping through Captive Portal: Enable NTLM Authentication.
Enable the User-ID agent to use Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to probe client systems and monitoring servers for user mapping information: Enable WMI Authentication.
Enable the User-ID agent to probe client systems for user mapping information: Enable Client Probing.
Manage access to the servers that the User-ID agent monitors for user mapping information.
Manage the subnetworks that the firewall includes or excludes when mapping IP addresses to usernames.
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