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joshdaniels (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
11 Oct 07 19:02
Im working on configuring the Single Sign-On feature with a SonicWall 3060. I have the SonicWall communicating with the agent, I ran the tested through the test feature in config menu for the SSO method, it comes up as Agent is Ready. However, when I check a user by using an IP address it says no user found. Users have already been loging on with the authentication as LDAP + Local Users, I assume this would stay the same. As well setup was done with default setting. Any help would be appreciated.
vectorw16 (TechnicalUser)
19 Feb 08 14:54
I'm having kind of the same problem, but it only involves one client workstation.

What do you see in the logs of your SSO workstation ?

On my side I see : ID 16 SonicWall SSO

Failed to get logged In User for IP xxx Error error The network path was not found

vectorw16 (TechnicalUser)
19 Feb 08 15:02
Finally I found my problem !

Disable windows firewall !

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