I have a question related to identity management and non-browser web activity.
User —> Browser —> [PAC] —> Web —> Zscaler (email@example.com)
User —> Non-Browser —> [PAC] —> Web —> Zscaler (Enterprise Location Only)
For example, a user received an identity when they visit any website through IE, Chrome, etc., however, if they run a PowerShell script that makes an inbound/outbound connection, I can only see their client ip address, which makes it difficult to correlate back to an individual user due to DHCP leases constantly being updated.
Also, any third party resources loaded in the browser (css, js, etc) do not receive an identity as well, just the location.
I’m wondering if it’s possible to associate a user identity (firstname.lastname@example.org) to all outbound/inbound web traffic, regardless if the user used their browser or not.
Thanks for reading!