cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Pulse Cached AD Credentials

Highlighted
Frequent Contributor

Pulse Cached AD Credentials

Hi,

Does anyone know if it's possible to use cached AD credentials to authenticate via Pulse? My client is looking to use Location Awarenes to start/stop Pulse, which is working, but also wants to know if he could get around the login. I have the AD Authentication working, but wasn't sure about the SSO w/ Cached Credentials.

Thank you.

5 REPLIES 5
Highlighted
Respected Contributor

Re: Pulse Cached AD Credentials

No, this is not possible; you would need to work with your account team to have this request investigated
Highlighted
Contributor

Re: Pulse Cached AD Credentials

Is there any way to use Pulse to automatically connect and use the credentials of the currently signed in user on a Windows 7 PC so that they don't have to enter their username or password?

Highlighted
Respected Contributor

Re: Pulse Cached AD Credentials

Not at this time; I _think_ it is something that is being investigated; but I don't know for sure.

You will need to follow-up with your Juniper representative for the most up-to-date information

Highlighted
Contributor

Re: Pulse Cached AD Credentials

Has anything changed around this with Pulse 3.0 now? We would like people to be automatically signed in when they are out of the office so that they don't have to launch or type in their credentials a second time just to make things easier. The PCs are all domain joined.

Highlighted
Respected Contributor

Re: Pulse Cached AD Credentials

The only option for signing in automatically is credential provider, and I _believe_ this is out with pulse 3.0. However, there is no option other than that, which still requires auth to the MAG/SA, for automatic sign-in without the users needing to authenticate.