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After ISE profiles a device, for how long it holds that information in the endpoint identity store? Is there a purge mechanism? The reason I ask is, what if a guest comes and connects to a network and never comes back again. Will ISE hold the profiled MAC address of the device for ever? Is there a way to purge if the MAC is not seen on the network for x days? Or is there a manual purge?
Any help is appreciated.
I don't believe there's a way to automate deletion after X days. Last time I heard this question asked - it was supposed to be done manaually.
What is the use case you were thinking of?
I have an enhancement request in TAC asking for this feature. I have an ISE deployment which wants users to be statically assigned which will overwhelm the db after some time. I will have to check my notes and will forward the bug id to you.
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Does anyone have a status update on the purging of endpoints? I am running the latest ISE version (so 1.2) and I would like to be able to do this automatically based on inactivity.
I was working with one of the TME from the ISE BU regarding the enhancement request that I had filed. Let me reach out to him and will post back once I hear from him.
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Feature is expected to be released in the 1.3 code from the individuals that are working with me from cisco.
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