You need to add your authentication and application information to the default configuration file before you can start the Duo Authentication Proxy service.To upgrade the Duo Authentication Proxy, simply download the most recent version and install over your currently running version.The installer preserves your current configuration and log files when upgrading to the latest release.If you would like to make a backup copy before running the upgrade the relevant directories are: , and located in the 'conf' subdirectory of the proxy installation.
For each CA listed above the DC's certificate you'll need to select the certificate, click If set to "true", then when establishing an SSL/TLS connection to the Active Directory server, the proxy will ensure that the common name in the server-provided certificate matches the value specified in the option.Additionally, you may want to enable heartbeat alerts or other notifications on your SIEM for awareness of interruptions to Authentication Proxy log collection. , the proxy rotates the existing file out by renaming it '1' or '1' (the existing '1' becomes '2', and so on; the oldest log file gets discarded), then start logging to a new, empty 'authproxy.log' or 'authevents.log' file.Default: 6 are all false, then logs will be sent to log file. Default: LOG_USER To further restrict access, specify the LDAP distinguished name (DN) of a security group that contains the users who should be able to log in. For example: The proxy defaults to "clear" communication because not all Active Directory server configurations will support SSL/TLS out-of-the-box.Since the Cisco ASA only supports policy-based VPNs, the proxy-IDs (phase 2 selectors) must be used on the Forti Gate, too.Furthermore, the ASA only supports Diffie-Hellman group 5 (and not 14), as well as SHA-1 (and not SHA-256) for IKEv1.