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Have you installed the VI client on Windows 10? My boss asked me this week, I replied no, but if it didn't work then loads of people would soon be moaning. I remember sometime ago I had to use comparability mode to install it on Windows 8. I had the brainwave, "Why not ThinApp the client" it would work then, but the 5.5 client stubbornly refused to fire and the ThinApp package size was enormous.
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It's been a while since I had to do this, you used to simply take a number from the token pack, import it into the RSA Authentication Manager, job done. Now the tokens are shipped to you encrypted, you need to register them with RSA, decrypt them, then import them.
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After spinning up quite a few Windows 8 virtual machines over the past few days, it struck me how annoying the new user account animation was. It's only setting up a user profile, why on earth does it take so long?
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Updated - This procedure has now changed, I've added the links in to the relevant Technet article to keep the article up to date, as soon as I've had change to test the procedure, I will update the entire article accordingly.
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To carry out this procedure you should have your ISE appliance deployed, with all the basic settings on it. Over the next few articles I'm going to connect the ISE appliance to Active Directory, then configure the ISE Appliance for 802.1x. Configure RADIUS on both the appliance, and on my Cisco Switches. Then finally configure Windows Group Policy to enable the clients to authenticate to 802.1x.
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I see this question get asked a lot on forums, most people never touch the firewall, 'if it's working leave it alone'. And that's great until you move offices, or get a newer faster (or cheaper) Internet connection.
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Back in Part Two we configured the specific 802.1x policies in Cisco ISE. Remember with 802.1x it is a three tier system there is a supplicant, (a machine that wants to authenticate), the Authenticator, (the device the supplicant connect to, in our case a switch), and finally an Authentication server (Cisco ISE).

Below I will add our switch into ISE, as a RADIUS device and create some groups, and locations for good housekeeping.
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Assuming you have a Windows PKI (Certificate Services) and want to replace the self signed certificates in vCenter.
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If you connect to a lot of different firewalls, then constantly having to change the address you are going to can be a pain. Particularly if some clients don't have a host name for their device, and you can't remember everyone's IP addresses.
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A colleague asked me if I had a USB console cable, because the switch he was working on had a failed RJ45 console port. I thought it was just the same cable that charged my phone (USB A to micro USB). But it isn't, it's mini USB.
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