Aug 29, 2017 7:26am
iam currently trying to implement certificate authentification on a PulseSecure 8.3R1 (build 55339) Test Server.
I've imported the selfsigned certificate to the truste client CAs. The certificate has been created on a test WinServer 2008 PKI and the cert got enrolled to the clients by GPO (meanwhile I also imported it manually about 100 times).
I've also set up a host-checker rule to check for this CA, suprisingly this is working.
But after the host-checker validation on my test-client it just shows "Missing vertificate. Check that your certificate is valid and up-to-date, and try again." even it should be checking for the same cert.
I've set the AD/PKI-Server as Auth Server (while using it as LDAP-Login, this is working so the connection is fine) and defined it as authentication method on the user realm. The user realm is restricted to "Only allow users with a client-side certificate signed by Trusted Client CAs to sign in" (iam not checking for cn,dn attributes or else yet).
My PKI issued a certificate to my client.