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Auth and non-auth profiles for same host name?

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Auth and non-auth profiles for same host name?

Hi,

 

I've got a request that I can't see how to make it work...

 

We have a default URL that goes to a standard login page.  I've been asked to take a specific URI and pipe it directly to a web server like a non-authenticated passthrough...

 

When setting up the non-authenticated realm, It looks like it needs to be the entire hostname, and not broken down by URI...

 

in short..   https://myserver.mycompany.com   goes to standard login page.

https://myserver/mycompany.com/direct    goes directly to a dmz webserver, no authentication or anything in between...

 

Possible?

 

Thanks.

 

-Stephen

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Re: Auth and non-auth profiles for same host name?

Hello RSwinter,

 

I believe you are referring to an authorization-only url on the PCS device.  If this is the case, the authorization-only url will need to map to a specific fully qualified domain name configured as the virtual host.  This URL will need to be different than the current URLs assigned to sign-in pages.

 

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Re: Auth and non-auth profiles for same host name?

Hello RSwinter,

 

I believe you are referring to an authorization-only url on the PCS device.  If this is the case, the authorization-only url will need to map to a specific fully qualified domain name configured as the virtual host.  This URL will need to be different than the current URLs assigned to sign-in pages.

 

Screen Shot 2017-11-08 at 8.03.48 PM.png

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Re: Auth and non-auth profiles for same host name?

Thanks for the Quick Response, that was my assumption, but good to get confirmation.

 

-Stephen