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same url path with different authentication procedures


I want to achieve the following:
When a user logs (let's say on url path \login\*) on from a trusted
network there will be no authentication procedure.
For that I configured a protected resources with no authentication and
an authorization policy with x-forwarded-for to determine where the
client is connecting from. This is works fine.

Now I want, if a user is connection to the same url path from untrusted
network (internet), that there will be a secure login form presented to
the user. How can I achieve that?


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gschouten32 wrote:

>
> I want to achieve the following:
> When a user logs (let's say on url path \login\*) on from a trusted
> network there will be no authentication procedure.
> For that I configured a protected resources with no authentication and
> an authorization policy with x-forwarded-for to determine where the
> client is connecting from. This is works fine.
>
> Now I want, if a user is connection to the same url path from
> untrusted network (internet), that there will be a secure login form
> presented to the user. How can I achieve that?


NOt sure if this is still a problem but you could potentially do that
with Risk Based authentication. If depends if you would have access to
the client IP address. You can create a risk policy that maps the IP
address. If the IP address is from a unknown segment you can use a step
up authentication.

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Cheers,
Edward
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