We are in the process of testing deployment of NAM with SCCM. If the user is on VPN they are disconnected during the install, can this be prevented? Our goal is to deploy the NAM module on our workstations/laptops prior to any 802.1X enforcement. We currently have the ISE in monitoring mode and only a few ports configured for 802.1X allowing MAB as well. I have deployed a policy for both wired and wireless that allows for 802.1X. I have not removed the laptop from our corporate network and attempted to join a non corp wireless network. How does Anyconnect NAM react if there is no corp network available, will it use a predefined "home" network and allow the users to connect as they normally would?
Application Programming Interfaces for Cisco Umbrella./introWe take for granted nowadays that a WEB-service will have an API to be explored, somehow. Countless are the business cases for doing it — including being able to integrate with other service...
According to the Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report, 81% of hacking-related incidents leverage stolen or weak passwords. When your workforce requires access to business-critical information residing on your corporate network and cloud, a VPN c...
On April 11, 2019, CERT/cc published a vulnerability note ( VU#192371) describing a vulnerability on how different VPN implementations store session cookies within system memory.
Cisco investigated this issue and determined Cisco AnyConnect is not vulner...
ACS to ISE Migration
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