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Hi all  Why do we need the  " aaa authentication enable default group tacacs+ enable" . Is " aaa authentication login default group tacacs+ enable" is not enough ?   aaa authentication login default group tacacs+ enable aaa authentication enable defa...

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Resolved! ACS Purging

Hi EveryoneACS is set to purge data every day or at the end of the month, depending on settings. But can someone please explain what "purging data" means exactly. What information is actually deleted?Thanks

Dears,I have ipad and authenticate from ISE. In our company someone is hacker  and have the same model of ipad and put my ipad mac address in his ipad. Can he connect to network?? He also know the username and password.How ISE identify the hacker ipa...

Hi Cisco Community,I have a question about Cisco ACS 5.3.0.I like to check Certificates for WLAN users.Currently I use mashine certificates to autheticate my notebooks trying to enter my corporate WLAN.Now we like to also autheticate user Iphones and...

I have a few questions about AD integration of the ACS 5.2 server:The ACS server documentation states the following:"You must enter the username and password credentials in the ACS 5.2 configuration for ACS to join and communicate with the AD domain....

Hello,We are currently running ACS 5.4 for 802.1x authentication and everything is functioning well.  We authenticate by computer & user, but currently machine authentication is not enforced for user authentication.  This results in the occasional si...