About authentication

Authentication determines who the user is and their group membership, if configured or received from an external source. This in turn determines the level of access available to authentication-enabled services.

Most web filtering policies need mandatory user authentication. Typically, unauthenticated users are prevented from accessing authentication-enabled services such as the Internet.

Firewall services typically classify unauthenticated users as Unauthenticated IPs. Unauthenticated users might only have limited access to authentication-enabled services is available to this group, or even no access at all.

In any case, a failed authentication attempt results in either a request to retry authentication, or an error.

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About global authentication settings

About directory services

About groups

About temporary bans

About user activity

About SSL authentication

About Kerberos keytabs

About bring your own device (BYOD)

About Google authentication

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