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Using Azure for NAC Authentication

  • 1.  Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 07-02-2018 12:29
    Are there any plans for using Azure for NAC/Extreme Control Authentication?


  • 2.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 07-02-2018 12:41
    Using the Active Directory hosted on Azure? Do you have Windows clients on your LAN that login to the Azure AD?


  • 3.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 07-03-2018 07:57
    Our customer is moving from on-premise Active Directory to Azure on-line Active Direcotry. We currently have NAC deployed with .1x internal certificates. We’re going to need to transition them to their new Azure solution. We can go with all MAC Auth, but I was wondering if there was an Azure solution, or plans for such.


  • 4.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 07-04-2018 05:29
    Hi Bill,

    here is the response from product management:

    In general, I will say that yes there are plans to integrate with Azure as a repository for user identity. Be aware that there are multitude (three as far as I recall…) of possible workflows as advertised by Microsoft. We have yet to explore our direction and use cases. With all that said, no commitment is made at this time for the possible type of integration and timeline.

    Thanks


  • 5.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 07-04-2018 10:12
    It's possible to use NPS in an Azure against Azure AD Domain Services, so I imagine it'd be possible to hace NAC in Azure authing against Azure AD Domain Services directly or via NPS, then VPN RADIUS back to site.


  • 6.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 06-22-2021 11:04

    Hi,

    Is there more news/info now on this topic?

    Planning to install XMC/NAC on azure platform.and authenticate to Active directory (LDAP), also running on Azure platform.

    Thanks in advance

    grtz



  • 7.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 09-07-2021 19:57

    Hi,

    and Did you get the answer? Is it doable?

    BR,

    Santosh



  • 8.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 09-08-2021 06:26

    hi,
    Nothing yet … so far….

     

    greetz
    Sacha



  • 9.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 09-08-2021 14:36

    I have 8 clients also interested in NAC via Azure AD (NOT AADS). Jumpcloud does offer Radius but their configuration mandates that Jumpcloud becomes your identity manager.



  • 10.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 09-09-2021 04:12

    One alternative way now is to provide client certificates using something like SCEPMan and switch to using EAP-TLS.



  • 11.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 09-10-2021 11:36

    Does it mean that so far we have no one who has integrated Azure AD in XMC/Control just for user lookup as normal Ldap server?



  • 12.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 09-10-2021 11:40

    Yes. I was thinking about EAP-TLS, but want to implement aslo Azure AD for user lookup. Thinking to authorize users/computers based on Azure AD groups combined with EAP-TLS.



  • 13.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 09-10-2021 11:48

    Computers you can do with the existing Intune connector (I have it running at the moment). There is Microsoft OAuth support in the guest portal, but what you really want is a MS Graph API connector to read users and groups. Definitely worth a feature request.



  • 14.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 01-21-2019 08:52
    Also our customers request NAC in MS Azure Cloud!


  • 15.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 01-21-2019 11:50
    We also have a number of K12 customers that would like to authenticate via their Google Domains...


  • 16.  RE: Using Azure for NAC Authentication

    Posted 01-22-2019 03:56
    G-Suite for Education supports the recently released Secure LDAP, so you could try authenticating via that.