What does Cisco ISE do when it identifies a user or device accessing the network?

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What does Cisco ISE do when it identifies a user or device accessing the network? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 9 months ago

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What does Cisco ISE do when it identifies a user or device accessing the network?

  • It logs the access attempt.
  • It automatically and securely places the device and user into the right part of the network.
  • It processes the originating IP address according to a whitelist.
  • It quarantines the device and user until an administrator releases the quarantine.

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