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Participant

ise certificate for eap authentication

Hi,

I am trying to use public ca's certificate for eap authentication , But my client's still prompting for to connect or not to connect 

why 

Thanks

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Beginner

you will keep seeing it for

you will keep seeing it for the first time connection. unless you push it through active directory GP

but every time a new client tries to connect through 802.1x it will see the warning.

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Enthusiast

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Hi

Are your CA root/intermediate certificates added to ISE's Trusted Certificate Store?

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/ise/2-0/admin_guide/b_ise_admin_guide_20/b_ise_admin_guide_20_chapter_0111.html#ID995

hth

Andy

Participant

Hi,

Hi,

All intermediate and root CA'S are added

THnaks

Beginner

Re: Hi,

Hello,

 

Did you find the root of this issue? If so what was the solution?

 

Thanks

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VIP Engager

Re: Hi,

There are many causes for an issue such as this. It would be recommended to outline the specifics to your deployment and endpoint issue in a new thread.
Beginner

Re: Hi,

Thank you for replying,
We actually do not have this issue. We are preparing to deploy a Publicly signed certificate in place of our currently privately signed certificate for Cisco ISE EAP. I found this issue doing research in preparation for that deployment and wanted to ensure that we don't have such an issue.
Thank You!
Beginner

you will keep seeing it for

you will keep seeing it for the first time connection. unless you push it through active directory GP

but every time a new client tries to connect through 802.1x it will see the warning.