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Which three remediation actions are supported by the Web Agent for Windows? (Choose three.)

A. Automatic Remediation
B. Message text
C. URL Link
D. File Distribution
E. AV definition update
F. Launch Program

Answer: BCD

What endpoint operating system provides native support for the SPW?

A. Apple iOS
B. Android OS
C. Windows 8
D. Mac OS X

Answer: A

Which condition triggers wireless authentication?

A. NAS-Port-Type is set to IEEE 802.11.
B. Framed-Compression is set to None.
C. Service-Type is set to Framed.
D. Tunnel-Type is set to VLAN.

Answer: A

Which feature enables the Cisco ISE DHCP profiling capabilities to determine and enforce authorization policies on mobile devices?

A. disabling the DHCP proxy option
B. DHCP option 42
C. DHCP snooping
D. DHCP spoofing

Answer: A

With which two appliance-based products can Cisco Prime Infrastructure integrate to perform centralized management? (Choose two.)

A. Cisco Managed Services Engine
B. Cisco Email Security Appliance
C. Cisco Wireless Location Appliance
D. Cisco Content Security Appliance
E. Cisco ISE

Answer: AE
In addition, Cisco Prime Infrastructure integrates with the Cisco® Identity Services Engine (ISE)
to extend visibility into security and policy-related problems, presenting a complete view of client access issues with a clear path to solving them. It also integrates with the Cisco Mobility Services Engine (MSE) Cisco Prime Infrastructure when integrated with Cisco Mobility Service Engine can provide a single unified view by extracting location and posture information of managed clients.

Which two options are EAP methods supported by Cisco ISE? (Choose two.)


Answer: AB

You configured wired 802.1X with EAP-TLS on Windows machines. The ISE authentication detail report shows "EAP-TLS failed SSL/TLS handshake because of an unknown CA in the client certificates chain." What is the most likely cause of this error?

A. The ISE certificate store is missing a CA certificate.
B. The Wireless LAN Controller is missing a CA certificate.
C. The switch is missing a CA certificate.
D. The Windows Active Directory server is missing a CA certificate.

Answer: A

What type of identity group is the Blacklist identity group?

A. endpoint
B. user
C. blackhole
D. quarantine
E. denied systems

Answer: A

Which feature must you configure on a switch to allow it to redirect wired endpoints to Cisco ISE?

A. the http secure-server command
B. RADIUS Attribute 29
C. the RADIUS VSA for accounting

Answer: A

Lab Sim
The Secure-X company has recently successfully tested the 802.1X authentication deployment using the Cisco Catalyst switch and the Cisco ISEv1.2 appliance. Currently, each employee desktop is connected to an 802.1X enabled switch port and is able to use the Cisco AnyConnect NAM 802.1Xsupplicantto log in and connect to the network.
Currently, a new testing requirement is to add a network printer to the Fa0/19 switch port and have it connect to the network. The network printer does not support 802.1X supplicant. The Fa0/19 switch port is now configured to use 802.1X authentication only.
To support this network printer, the Fa0/19 switch port configuration needs to be edited to enable the network printer to authenticate using its MAC address. The network printer should also be on VLAN 9.
Another network security engineer responsible for managing the Cisco ISE has already per- configured all the requirements on the Cisco ISE, including adding the network printer MAC address to the Cisco ISE endpoint database and etc...
Your task in the simulation is to access the Cisco Catalyst Switch console then use the CLI to:
- Enable only the Cisco Catalyst Switch Fa0/19 switch port to authenticate the network printer using its MAC address and:
- Ensure that MAC address authentication processing is not delayed until 802.1Xfails
- Ensure that even if MAC address authentication passes, the switch will still perform 802.1X authentication if requested by a 802.1X supplicant
- Use the required show command to verify the MAC address authentication on the Fa0/19 is successful
The switch enable password is Cisco
For the purpose of the simulation, to test the network printer, assume the network printer will be unplugged then plugged back into the Fa0/19 switch port after you have finished the required configurations on the Fa0/19 switch port.
Note: For this simulation, you will not need and do not have access to the ISE GUI To access the switch CLI, click the Switch icon in the topology diagram

Answer: Review the explanation for full configuration and solution.
Initial configuration for fa 0/19 that is already done:

AAA configuration has already been done for us.
We need to configure mac address bypass on this port to achieve the goal stated in the question.
To do this we simply need to add this command under the interface:
Then do a shut/no shut on the interface.

1.Ensure that MAC address authentication processing is not delayed until 802.1X fails?
authentication order mab dot1x
2.Ensure that even if MAC address authentication passes, the switch will still perform 802.1X authentication if requested by a 802.1X supplicant?
authentication priority dot1x mab
3.Use the required show command to verify the MAC address authentication on the Fa0/19 is successful?
show authentication sessions interface fa0/19
configure terminal
interface fastethernet 0/9
authentication order mab dot1x
authentication priority dot1x mab
no shutdown
show authentication session interface fastethernet 0/9
Copy running-config startup-config


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