Cisco Bug: CSCvs19014 - ISE do not show the expiry date for the disabled internal users.
Dec 25, 2019
- Cisco Identity Services Engine
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Symptom: After configuring the account disable date for an internal user manually on ISE it does not show the actual date after the user got disabled but shows the date as per default account disable policy. Conditions: Create a custom account disable policy for an internal user on ISE Administration>Identity management>Identities>Users>Select a user and edit>Account disable policy >configure a expiry date for the account After the account gets disabled then go to Administration>Identity management>Identities>Users>Select a user and edit>Check the Account disable policy it shows the expiry date to be the default account expiry date but not the one which was configured. It shows the date which is configured in Administration>Identity management>settings>User authentication settings>Account disable policy.
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