Cisco :: Active Directory Authentication Failing?

Feb 16, 2012

I am not sure why but when I try to connect with my IPSEC VPN client, authentications are failing. The ldap test passes on the ASA but when I try to login, the VPN client gives me authentication failure even though debugs show authentication was successful.User 'test1' should be able to authenticate based on group membership.User 'test2' shouldn't be able to.I already removed the attribute-map to see if that was the problem but I am still failing authentication.

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: ACS 5.3 RADIUS Authentication Failing / Active Directory Agent

Mar 3, 2012

I'm somewhat new to ACS and am trying to complete a migration from 4 to 5.3.Currently, I've got ACS joined to my (2003) domain, and it shows status connected (although the test connect fails). I have aaa working without issue for TACACS, but all RADIUS authentication is currently failing. Logs show the message below:  "24401 could not establish connection with acs active directory agent"I'm not seeing anything telling in the logs on the domain controllers.

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Cisco :: WLC 5508 - EAP-FAST With Authentication To Active Directory

May 10, 2011

I need to configure EAP-FAST without certificate and authenticate to the corporate Microsoft AD database, Do I need a Cisco ACS server in the middle to forward the authentication to the AD? Or I can do the authentication to the AD directly? I am using a WLC5508.

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Cisco Wireless :: 1240AGs Active Directory Authentication Without WLSE?

Feb 28, 2013

I current have a network setup with five 1240AG access points. One is configured as a WDS. I also have a WLSE appliance. I have IAS configured on a domain controller running Cisco Secure ACS Agent. My setup works and my clients can authenticate with certificates to Active Directory. My problem is that I need to take my WLSE out of the mix - it is old and failing. I cannot afford a replacement. I know that in order to use WDS, I have to have a WLSE.
So my question is this. If I configure my APs so that do not participate in SWAN, and leave them setup to use EAP and point to my Windows IAS for RADIUS, running Cisco Secure Agent, will they be able to authenticate still.
To be honest, I set this up a long time ago and I cannot remember if the WLSE is required for domain authentication. I know if offered Domain Authentication and I have my Windows Server setup in there. So I am not sure if my APs can authenticate directly to the Windows Server without it.

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Cisco :: WLC 5508 Active Directory / LDAP Integration For Authentication?

May 18, 2011

I am deploying Redundant WLC 5508 with 4 VLANs and 4 SSIDs Match to it, Everything works Fine, now i need to do the below:
1. I need All Wireless Users need to authenticated with Existing Active Directory/LDAP

2. I will Create Guest Accounts in my AD , and pass to Guests, Then Guest should only Access Internet except Corporate Resources

2. How can i secure my Voice VLAN for Wireless Phones. I want only WIreless Phones to Connect to Voice VLAN.No internet Access on Voice VLan

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: WLC 7.4 / ISE Authentication Via Active Directory Based On SSID And AD Group?

Apr 15, 2013

I am deploying ISE with WLC 7.4. I have two SSID(s) running in my network 1. Corporate & 2. Services. I have a domain setup lets say "" with 4 groups 1. Corporate, 2. Services, 3. Employees, 4. Contractors.Here is an example of the scenario that I want: Group : Corporate's User : 1. C_USER1
2. C_USER2
3. C_USER3
4. C_USER4
5. C_USER5

Now what I want to do is have 802.1x authentication on my Corporate SSID that will check in, ONLY AND in ONLY corporate group for authentication. That is only C_USER1 to C_USER5 are allowed to connect to it. Users from any other AD group shouldnt be authenticated on this SSID.The same for the services group & SSID.

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AAA/Identity/Nac :: ACS 5.2 With Active Directory

Mar 7, 2011

I have installed ACS 5.2 and configured it to join the Company's Domain as an External database with Active directory 2008. I'm facing a problem that the user once authenticated using it's active directory account it's cached in the ACS and take a while for the ACS to clear this username. For example, if user TEST authenticates and then we removed this user from the AD and then tried again; it authenticates although this users is removed from the AD !!! same thing happens when we change the user group on the AD, it takes a while for the ACS to clear the old user attributes and get the new ones from the AD.
it there an aging time for this caching mechanism, or can i clear the dynamic users manually just like in ACS 4.X ?

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Cisco VPN :: SSL VPN With Active Directory On SR520

Apr 7, 2011

Having problems configuring an SR520 to support SSL VPN with Active Directory authentication. I set up the domain  and a user in the SR520. and get the login prompt remotely but when attempting to login using the active directory account i get a login error. I can login fine using local authentication.

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Servers :: Set Up Active Directory Without DHCP

Mar 23, 2011

I am trying to set up a small domain for my business. I just purchased a Windows 2008 server and would like to use it as my domain controller.Also, I just had a new ATT DSL line put in. It came with a 2Wire modem/4-port router/wireless router device, therefore the modem can handle DHCP. The line has a static IP address as well so that I can eventually use my own exchange server and web server.I have tried 2 different configurations and couldn't get either to work) I tried to put the router into Bridged Mode and use DHCP server on my server using a PPPoe connection to connect to the Internet. I was confused as to what my static IP address and default gateway of my server should be.2) Then I tried to turn DHCP server off on the server and routing back on the modem/router. This didn't work either.What method would you recommend and why? Also I have some additional questions on each method.

Method 1)

* What is the static IP address of the server. Is it in the 192.168.1.x address or the static IP assigned to my account?

* Do I need a second Nic Card And Router to connect to the rest of my network or can I use the router provide

* What would the Static IP addresses of the additional PC be. Do I need more than 1 static IP from AT&T Method 2)

* Will this allow me to use all internal IP addresses on my machines and use port forwarding if I want a specific box to be a web server or exchange server.

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Adding Computers To Active Directory?

Aug 27, 2012

I know that when you create a user account in active directory, the user's computer is also added to active directory. However, in what circumstance would you add a computer to active directory in which there are no user accounts created, or used ?For instance, my Linksys wrt54g router, on the main configuration tab has a space to name the router, which is appropriate called, "Linksys", and it has space to enter it's domain name, which if I named it, I guess it would be. LinksysRouter.**.local.Why add a router to an active directory domain ?Why add any other computer to an active directory domain with no users associated with it ?

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How To Implement Isa Server And Active Directory

Nov 29, 2012

I have 1 server where i enabled dhcp server and active directory on it . I still have to install something like ISA server on it as isa doesnt support 2008 r2. point me out on the networking , like how should i connect the clients to the server. And how the wireless router and switch should be connected to the server?

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Adding MS Office To Active Directory

Jan 26, 2011

I've got a fully working active directory with mandatory profiles. I'm looking into adding MS Office 2007. I have the disk and everything, but I'm wondering how to go about installing it. Must I go around each workstation installing it?

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How To Login Offsite With Active Directory

Dec 12, 2011

I've got this problem with our Operations Manager's laptop not letting him log in once he is offsite(at home). We use an Active Directory server here for all out workstations to log on to the domain but once he is offsite he cannot log in because the laptop obviously cannot find the sever to authorize the user. For now I just have him logging in locally to his laptop and not to the domain when he is offsite but this creates a problem; it makes two users/desktops for him, one user.domain and user.local. Is there a way to tell the machine locally that his username is authorized to let him log onto the domain account though it cannot connect to the domain server?

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: Active Directory And ACS 5.3 Failure?

May 21, 2012

I am receiving a RADIUS authentication failure stating user must change password; however, password has been changed in AD and is not requiring change password any longer on the AD side.
Is there a cache on the ACS that needs to be cleared? AD connection from ACS to domain is fine.  All other accounts authenticate.
It appears that if a user lets their account expire is when this happens.  Account has been reenabled in AD and password has been changed.  Still will not authenticate via ACS.

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: Active Directory Integration Acs 5.1?

Aug 24, 2011

I'm attempting to integrate an acs 5v into the domain through the gui. The connection will establish, and the status will read 'connected', just as it lists the domain I've submitted. However, I can't seem to find anything listed under the directory groups, and when I run a connection test, I simply get 'Global Catalogue port status error.' Eventually, I'd like to configure this as a radius server.

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: 802.1x / ACS In The Active Directory Environment?

Nov 9, 2011

question 1. in the typical active directory environment and doing wireless/wired 802.1x authentication on endpoints, should ACS join as a domain computer? 
question 2. for the endpoint (domain computer) join the domain, in this case is the endpoint will trust the ACS ( also domain computer) ?
question 3. what if there's a GPO policy to install the rootCA certificate toward the endpoints. In this case,  ACS should issue the CSR and let the domain CA to signed as the identity certificate? Am i correct?

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: ACS 5.2 Does Not Check Active Directory Changes

Oct 13, 2010

I am working with ACS 5.2 and using Radius authentication for vpn client.
The authentication method used is Active Directory in an Windows enviroment with multiple domains in the same forest.
My problem occurs when i change a user from one group to another in Active Directory. After that i receive the following message when try to connect:
15039 Selected Authorization Profile is DenyAccess
The message is because match the default policy. Another user in the same AD group works fine. All domain in the forest have trust relation each other. I am using universal groups to include users from all domain belongs this forest.

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Cisco :: WLC 2500 Active Directory Integration?

Apr 10, 2012

I recently bought a Cisco WLC 2500. I want to configure a WLAN with Active directory authentication.How I can do this?

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Cisco :: LMS 3.2 Integration With Microsoft Active Directory

Jun 14, 2012

i need a documentation or a procedure to how make integration LMS 3.2 with microsoft active directory to make usernames of devices  appear in end hosts reports.

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: ACS 5.2 Active Directory Integration

Apr 24, 2012

A customer uses Active Directory where some group names contain special characters (ç ~ '^). The Cisco ACS 5.2 is presenting the warnings: "Not all Active Directory user groups are retrieved successfully. One or more of thegroup's canonical name was not retrieved "(Category CSC Oacs_ Identity_ Stores_Diagnostics; code 24457).

What are the results of these warnings to the customer's network? Slow? Loss of access?

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: Integration Of ACS 4.2 And MS Active Directory

Oct 21, 2010

configure the Cisco ACS to authenticate the users from MS Active Directory. Cisco Acs = 4.2.1(15)Currently, i have multiple users configured as local databse. but now i want to authenticate with the domain users.

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Jan 5, 2011

I have installed 4 unit Cisco Aironet 1250 acting as Autonomous AP each. I want to integrate these AP to Windows Active Directory for authentication level.
When I read configuration guide on Cisco Aironet, they must be authenticated via RADIUS server.
Is it possible that these AP directly authenticated to Active Directory via LDAP protocol?

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Active Directory - Required Bandwidth Usage?

Feb 18, 2012

Currently We have several Active Directory Domain at several Technical High Schools. These are used by us as a it educational unit(s). The Tech School System's IT Department has a fiber wan between the schools that allows communication between these units. We wanted to interconnect the unit's Active Directory's with Trusts or by combining them into one forest. However I am wondering How much bandwidth that alone would require? There make be some file access between units but not on a daily basis since the units are separate from one another. How much bandwidth do you think this would require?

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Feb 1, 2013

I am adding a site in another time zone but keeping the same active directory and domain. the time zone issue if there are no servers in the other time zone?

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Jun 30, 2011

I have been rolling out new IP Phones that use extension mobility and the biggest issue Im finding is the need to log-in every day, People t like change and they hate the fact that they have to login every day.I have been to the people at the top and gave them the options of remembering the last user logged so users just need to enter their pin or have EM not log users out at all… both got rejected.

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Cisco Firewall :: 5515 Web VPN Using Active Directory To Authenticate

Apr 15, 2013

I have a 5515 ASA that has the webVPN configured on it and it is using active directory to authenticate. The client would like to set up groups in active directory and restrict access to those groups when they are connected to the webVPN. For example, they have a group in active directory that they only want to access their "web" interface. What is the best way to configure this on the asa?

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Cisco Wireless :: WAP4410n Authenticating To Active Directory?

Aug 22, 2011

I have a WAP4410n which I'd like to authenticate users against our corporate active directory. I would like to know how to achieve this - whether we require a dedicated RADIUS server, whether AD has a RADIUS engine which can be used, etc. Also, what would the pros / cons be of this setup versus using a WPA2 password?

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: Authenticate ACS 5.2 Administrators To Active Directory?

Mar 21, 2011

Rather than maintaining local accounts is it possible to authenticate admins against AD?  I'm talking about administrators of the ACS server itself to be clear.

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Cisco VPN :: Manage ASA 5520 (8.2.5) SSL Clients Through Active Directory?

Dec 24, 2012

We are trying to manage our Cisco ASA 5520 (8.2.5) SSL clients through Active Directory(ldap).

Currently the SSL VPN tunnel is up and all users are able to connect being authenticated by AD. but Group-policy to AD groups are not working. all the domain users are able to go to all the group policies .
I need to give access only to their respective Group policy in ASA.  Following are the available groups and GP.

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Jun 9, 2013

I've successfully integrated ACS 5.3 with Active Directory for 802.1x implementation. Now i want to cache Active Directory users in ACS so that the user request from ACS does not go to AD every time.
After a certain time period the ACS database gets sync with AD.

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Cisco AAA/Identity/Nac :: ACS 5.1 Active Directory No Administrator Account

Jul 14, 2011

I can add a ACS 5.1 to an Active Directory without using the administrator account, I have a domain administrator account by another name. I can use this account to include the ACS domain.
I have a account domain admin but when i try to add the ACS to AD have this message "can not resolve network address"
The DNS and network connectivity its OK

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Sep 6, 2011

if someane has a good guide for 802.1X with ACS 5.2 with Active Directory.

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Sep 26, 2010

We are still running ACS 4.1 on Window 2003 server.  We recently upgraded AD to 2008 although the domain and forest functional level are still 2003.  After AD upgrade we now unable to authenticate via ACS Windows Database.

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