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Cisco Bug: CSCuj88888 - ISE 1.1.4 patch 3 - 7 fails machine auths in disjointed AD namespaces

Last Modified

Jun 09, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco Identity Services Engine

Known Affected Releases

1.1(4.218) 1.2(0.899) 1.3(0.626)

Description (partial)

Due to a disjointed namespace problem, machine authentication on 802.1x over a AD Server may fail if the SPN being used by the suplicant contains a DNS suffix which does not exist on the Domain Controller Group List.

802.1x machine suplicant sending full qualify hostname during authentication process inclusing a DNS suffix which does not exist on the Domain Controller Groups list.

If part of the machine FQDN is listed as OU field instead of a DC field in active directory ISE is unable to locate the machine account in active directory.

Machine accounts in active directory in a disjointed namespace trying to authenticate in ISE 1.1.4 patch 3 or later.
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