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SEC0037 - ISE 1.1 Backup Restore

 

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SEC0033 - ISE 1.1 AD Integration and Identity Source Sequence

The video demonstrate steps to integrate Cisco ISE with Windows Active Directory to access user information for authentication and authorization. This is very similar to joining a computer to a domain, where ISE will become a domain computer. Once joined, ISE will have access to user attributes particularly information on group membership that is usually heavily used to determine user access privilege. Identity Source Sequence, on the other hand, is a list of Identity Sources in order of preference, which we also look at in this video.

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SEC0032 - ISE 1.1 Introduction to Web Interface & Basic Configuration

The video serves as an introduction to Cisco ISE web and CLI interface. Some general configurations will be performed without getting into detail of policy configuration. By the end of the video, you should be fairly familiar and are able navigate around ISE web interface.

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  • ISE Command Line Interface
  • ISE GUI Walkthrough
  • ISE Basic Configuration
  • Client Provisioning Auto-Update
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SEC0031 - ISE 1.1 Node Registration with CA-Signed Certificate

The video demonstrates how to register a Policy Service node to a primary Admin node using CA-signed certificate. The same process applies to registering a secondary Admin node. This step is required when implementing an ISE distributed design for high scalability. This method is preferable over self-signed certificate.

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SEC0030 - ISE 1.1 Node Registration with Self-Signed Certificate

The video demonstrates how to register a Policy Service node to a primary Admin node using self-signed certificate. The same process applies to registering a secondary Admin node. This step is required when implementing an ISE distributed design for high scalability. The other option is to use trusted CA-signed certificate, which will be looked at in a separate video.

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SEC0028 - ISE 1.1 VMware Installation

The video walks you through an installation of Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) (we use 1.1.1 for our demonstration) on VMware. We will guide you step-by-step through the installation process. At the end of this lab, you should have a working ISE server that you can use for future labs. No configuration, other than the setup process, is performed in this video. The video assumes that you have basic working knowledge of VMware ESXi.

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