Configuring Cisco Web Security Appliance Identities and User Authentication

IT professionals including managers, engineers, and developers evaluating or implementing network and application security using new Cisco technology, as well as CCNP security certification candidates


Expected Duration
50 minutes

In order to deploy an effective BYOD strategy for your enterprise, it is key to have powerful identity services and user authentication techniques. This course is one in a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives to Implementing Cisco Threat Control Solutions (SITCS) 1.5 exam, 300-210.


WSA Identities and User Authentication

  • start the course
  • configure identities to group client transactions
  • configure policy groups
  • describe the need for user authentication
  • describe authentication protocols and schemes
  • describe basic authentication in explicit proxy and transparent proxy modes
  • configure realms and realm sequences
  • configure NTLM realm for Active Directory
  • join Cisco WSA to Active Directory
  • configure global authentication settings
  • configure an identity to require authentication
  • configure transparent user identification
  • configure an LDAP realm for LDAP servers
  • define how user information is stored in LDAP
  • bind Cisco WSA to the LDAP directory
  • work with LDAP group authorization
  • specify guest access for users failing authentication
  • test authentication settings
  • describe authenticated users in reports

Practice: WSA Identities and Authentication

  • define WSA identities and authentication





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