Authentication policy dictates which authentication server will be used to authenticate a user to traffic management vserver. Virtual server is checked for any authentication policies in the vserver first. If there are no policies configured, then Global authentication policies are checked and processed if any.
If there are no policies configured anywhere, default global session policies are checked. Based on classic or default expression, authentication policies define whether or not an authorized user can access the requested resource or not. Authorization policies are bound to users and groups. Authorization policies are evaluated after authentication to grant or deny access to a resource.
Session profiles are used to specify session timeouts. Default authorization settings, single sign on settings and credential index settings that are different from global session settings. Session timeout defines the time period when a user should re-authenticate to access the resource.
Default authorization settings decides whether or not, to grant access to a user with no specific authorization policy. Single sign on allows users to enter their credentials once to authentication vserver and gains access to any backend resources which requires a credential request.
Credential index option in session profile determines which authentication method to be used for single sign on. Session profile is bound to a session policy which can be created using classic or default expression. Session policies are then bound to user or group or AAA vserver or globally. Select Add user. Then, in the Add Assignment dialog box, select Users and groups.
In the Users and groups dialog box, select B. Simon from the Users list. Choose Select. If you are expecting a role to be assigned to the users, you can select it from the Select a role dropdown. If no role has been set up for this app, you see "Default Access" role selected. Verify the settings as shown in the following screenshot, and then select Close. On the Policy Binding pane, select the authentication policy, and then select Bind.
To verify your changes, in a browser, go to the application URL. You should see your tenant sign-in page instead of the unauthenticated access that you would have seen previously. COM is required and must be uppercase. Select the Password for Delegated User check box, and enter and confirm a password. In the list of virtual servers, select the virtual server to which you want to bind the rewrite policy, and then select Open.
All policies that are configured for your NetScaler instance appear in the list. In this section, a user called B. There is no action for you to take in this section. Click on Test this application in Azure portal. You can use Microsoft My Apps. Session control extends from Conditional Access. Learn how to enforce session control with Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps.
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