Define User Groups That Correspond To Role-based Groups In LDAP

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Overview

Creating User Groups based on  LDAP users or Groups and enabling SSO authentication for that users.

Prerequisites

Integrate LDAP server with SafeSquid. If not see our document - Integrate Active Directory For SSO Authentication

Note : Avoid Locking Yourself to SafeSquid Interface When You Are Configuring Policies In Access Restrictions

Access The SafeSquid User Interface

Go to Configure Page

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Go to Application Setup

 

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Go to Access Restrictions

 

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Enable SSO Authentication

 

 

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Go to Allow list

 

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Change the order of Default entries

To avoid locking yourself to the SafeSquid User Interface.

See the working of each default Entry  here

 

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Add LDAP users

 

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If your LDAP server is not integrated then you will not see any users list in the drop down menu

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The config value in Access represents the SafeSquid Interface access

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Creating Multiple User Groups

 

You can also create the new entry at the bottom, but again you want to re order the entries. So clone is the better way to add new user groups.

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Adding Administrators in ADMINS entry

 

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Here you should Add the logged in user with his Username and Password.

Example:

Now, I am accessing my SafeSquid interface from my Active Directory server with the following details

User: Administrator@safeSquid.test

Password: sarva@12345

Then i will add this user in the ADMINS entry. 

 

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Check the Entry for General Users

 

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Testing User Authentication

 

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Check for  Authentication Failures

 

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Save Configuration

When you click on Save config, it will give you a prompt for asking the confirmation to store your configuration  into the cloud. 
Select Yes only in below cases:

  •  if you want to use this same configuration in other SafeSquid instances.
  •  if your total configuration in all sections is completed and validated. 

Otherwise select No and click on submit

 
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