If you use a (i.e. Netscaler) 3rd party identity provider for your Google Cloud to sign into your Chromebooks you might have noticed a second password prompt. This happens depending on your login flow (2FA) when the Chromebook can’t extract the login information automatically to cache it for offline authentication. Google provides an API with which we can solve this for Netscaler.Continue reading “Chromebook Single Sign-On”
NetScaler Enhanced Authentication Feedback throws Error Codes with RfWebUI Theme
NetScalers Enhanced Authentication Feedback is, despite being highly debatable from a security standpoint, a great feature in terms of usability.
Recently one of my customers had the requirement to enable it. But surprisingly we only received the error codes (4009, 4007, etc.) – not the error messages. Continue reading “NetScaler Enhanced Authentication Feedback throws Error Codes with RfWebUI Theme”
NetScaler Gateway Password Expiry Warning with nFactor
NetScaler can change expired AD passwords, we all know that. But did you ever wonder if you can implement a warning prior to that expiration date? Well, wonder no longer! Continue reading “NetScaler Gateway Password Expiry Warning with nFactor”
NetScaler Gateway: SAML with multiple IDPs using nFactor
Both SAML as well as nFactor are two NetScaler features that are highly underrated in my opinion. In this example I’ll share with you how I did combine them in a customer deployment to create a quite unique login experience. Continue reading “NetScaler Gateway: SAML with multiple IDPs using nFactor”