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manasjai
Cisco Employee

Windows OS compatibility for endpoints in ISE

Hello Team,
I need your help in getting information on ISE compatibility for attached endpoint windows OS in my customer's Network. I checked the compatibility matrix below but could not find support for the OS highlighted in yellow in the attached sheet. The ones in blue are servers and I don’t plan to enable Dot1x on servers but yellow ones I am concerned about.
 
Interestingly, some of them I see in ISE under "Windows All" like Vista, but I don’t see in the matrix. Does this mean Anyconnect NAM/Native supplicant is not supported on the OS marked in yellow?
  
Thanks,
Manasi
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hslai
Cisco Employee

Linux and SunOS are not supported client OS for ISE posture. DOT1X might work but our teams do not test them.

Windows Vista support has ended by Microsoft so has Windows XP End of Support

In general, Windows 8.x and 10 are supported for all editions, as long as not beta or eval. Embedded or IoT editions are not tested specifically so may or may not work.

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hslai
Cisco Employee

Linux and SunOS are not supported client OS for ISE posture. DOT1X might work but our teams do not test them.

Windows Vista support has ended by Microsoft so has Windows XP End of Support

In general, Windows 8.x and 10 are supported for all editions, as long as not beta or eval. Embedded or IoT editions are not tested specifically so may or may not work.

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