I'm having difficulty setting up AD authentication for SSL-VPN. I followed the document AD Authentication for SSL Portal (https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-9375) to set-up the AD Domain connection. Domain is a Windows 2003 domain with both Windows 2003 and Windows 2008 R2 domain controllers.
I am able to successfully authenticate using local user accounts, however attempting to Login to the portal using a domain account returns an Invalid username or password response from the portal.
I've turned on Audit logging for both successful and unsuccessful events in both Domain controllers, and I've changed the AD domain record to point to each DC in turn but without success. From the Windows Logs I can't see any actual attempt from the SA540 to authenticate the user, there is no logged event relating to this at all.
There are also no logs recorded in the SA540 for the SSL VPN, whether for succesful (local) authentication or unscuccessful (domain) authentication. I've looked through the SSLVPN configuration, but I'm unable to see anywhere to turn logging on in the hope of shedding further light on the issue.
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