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ISE 2.4 Guest Account Purge Policy

Our standard guest account purge policy is configured to purge expired accounts nightly.  There is another configuration setting called "Expire portal-user information after: 90 Days" which applies to Unused guest accounts (where access period starts...

awatson20 by Enthusiast
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Single mode user ISE

Hi Team, All Linux versions has a built-in single-user mode derived from the old unix days. Although rarely used, it still exists. The security team has run security scans agains all devices within our network and has detected that the CentOS operati...

AK002 by Beginner
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ISE Tacacs+ integration with Alcatel Nokia DWDM 1830PSS-32 (Photonic Service Switchi)

 Hello Cisco, We are struggling integrating our Nokia DWDM 1830 PSS-32 with Tacacs+ ISE 2.3SW Rel 12.0.0 Nokia 1830PSS. Does anyone has integration examples for this type of device?Nb.The Radius is created on ISE before for  DWDM PSS32 and we need to...

Using posture compound conditions

Hello Experts,I am bit stuck in creating a if then condition using the compound condition operators.I am trying to create something like this, if cond1 successful, then check cond2 else skip the posture check. The reason to get to this apporach is to...

dgaikwad by Contributor
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