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SEC0204 - ISE 2.0 New Features and Web Interface Update (Part 2)

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The video brings you up to speed on what's new in Cisco ISE 2.0. We will go through the ISE 2.0 release notes and review each new feature individually and show their corresponding changes on the GUI where applicable. Basic familiarity of Cisco ISE 1.x is recommended prior to viewing this video. This is an introduction to new features on ISE 2.0 and there will be no configuration in this lab.
 
Part 2 of this video reviews new features under Administration and WorkCenters menus
 
Topic:
  • TACACS+ Device Administration
  • Third-Party Device Support
  • TrustSec Dashboard
  • TrustSec Matrix Enhancements
  • TrustSec Work Center
  • Automatic SGT Creation
  • Support for SXP
  • Location Based Authorization
  • Support for Boolean Attributes
  • Support for EAP-TTLS Protocol
  • KVM Hypervisor Support
  • Cisco ISE Telemetry
  • Certificate Provisioning Portal
  • Certificate Template Extension
  • Cisco ISE Internal CA Issues Certificates to ASA VPN Users
  • GUI-Based Upgrade
  • Technical Support Tunnel for Advanced Troubleshooting
  • Mobile Device Management Enhancements
  • Support for Meraki Mobile Device Management
  • pxGrid Enhancements
  • Guest Enhancements
  • Profiler Enhancements
  • Posture Enhancements
  • Client Provisioning Enhancements
  • FIPS Mode Support
  • IPv6 Support

Reference: Release Notes for Cisco Identity Services Engine, Release 2.0

About Author

Metha Cheiwanichakorn, CCIE#23585 (RS, Sec, SP), is a Cisco networking enthusiast with years of experience in the industry. He is currently working as a consulting engineer for a Cisco partner. As a founder of and an instructor at labminutes.com, Metha enjoys learning and challenges himself with new Cisco technologies.