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Rewrite Profile JSON error

Rosieodonell
Cirrus
Cirrus

Hey Everyone,

 

We are using a rewrite profile to do the following:

 

Converting

 

Client URI = https://customer.company.com/loginpage/

to

Server URI = https://login.company.com/

 

Everything looked fine but some users i guess have more access on the backend and are getting a JSON error. Should I be using Irules instead?

 

 

 

 

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Rosieodonell
Cirrus
Cirrus

So my access policy was the culprit because the access policy had a "SSO profile" configured on it. That is why i was getting the JSON error. So on the new connection based on the URI... i added:

 

WEBSSO::disable

 

now my problem is gone. yay!

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Rosieodonell
Cirrus
Cirrus

Turns out it’s the access policy that causes the JSON error. When I add an I rule that disables the policy

 

ACCESS::disable

 

everything works fine. Is there something that I can add to the access policy to allow the JSON through without causing issues?

 

we don’t have the ASM module enabled.

Still having issues. Just wondering if anyone else has run into this?

Rosieodonell
Cirrus
Cirrus

So my access policy was the culprit because the access policy had a "SSO profile" configured on it. That is why i was getting the JSON error. So on the new connection based on the URI... i added:

 

WEBSSO::disable

 

now my problem is gone. yay!