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ISE issue with RDP

We deployed ISE 1.4 to wired network and are using windows native 802.1x supplicants to do both user and machine authentication. The problem is when we RDP into the PC that are connected to 802.1x enabled switch ports, connectivity issues, and session failures and disconnection issues could happen. Currently we are using machine authentication only in order to temporarily fix this RDP issue.

So we would like to know if there is a work around to fix this RDP issue if we still want to use windows nativee 802.1x supplicants to do both user and machine authentication, NOT using Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client with Network Access Manager – NAM module.

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Re: ISE issue with RDP

Windows native supplicant doesn't handle this well as you're switching between users/authentications, that's why Anyconnect NAM is recommended and designed to work around this issue, see explanation here.

Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Administrator Guide, Release 3.0 - Communicating User Guidelines [Cisco AnyConne…


There are articles out there complaining about this. here is example. Cisco has come up with a fix with its supplicant. Not sure what else to say..

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f139/rdp-with-802-1x-machine-and-user-authentication-845922.html

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Re: ISE issue with RDP

Windows native supplicant doesn't handle this well as you're switching between users/authentications, that's why Anyconnect NAM is recommended and designed to work around this issue, see explanation here.

Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Administrator Guide, Release 3.0 - Communicating User Guidelines [Cisco AnyConne…


There are articles out there complaining about this. here is example. Cisco has come up with a fix with its supplicant. Not sure what else to say..

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f139/rdp-with-802-1x-machine-and-user-authentication-845922.html

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