Cisco Secure Services Client

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Oct 1st, 2007
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Is there any way to get the Cisco Secure Services Client to only control my wired connections?


I do not need the supplicant for Wireless connections since that works as I want it and do not want to go through reconfiguring wireless on all the laptops in my organisation.

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yjdabear Mon, 10/01/2007 - 10:51
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If you can live with the features offered by the built-in nonexpiring license that supports a basic wired-only feature set, just don't install the full wired and wireless licenses.


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7034/products_qanda_item0900aecd80507fd8.shtml


"Q. What features are available in the nonexpiring, wired-only version of the Cisco Secure Services Client?

A. The following features are available in the nonexpiring, wired-only license:

? EAP methods


?EAP MSCHAPv2


?EAP TLS


?FAST


?GTC


? Smartcard support


? RSA SecureID support


? Wired adapters


? Support for standard RADIUS servers such as Cisco Secure ACS


? Central deployment of Microsoft Active Directory machine or use group policies"



tomasedwardsson Mon, 10/01/2007 - 13:45
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Problem is that if I setup the wired only version, it still takes over my wireless configuration from windows.

ecaratti Wed, 10/03/2007 - 07:05
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Hi,

try with version 4.x. In my tests I found versions 4.1 and 4.2 stay away from wireless.

With 5.0 they bind to wifi adapter.

I think this happens because 5.0 has some kind of "full license with warning". If you try to use an unlicenced feature (on 5.0) it works but the client shows a warning popup. With 4.2 you can't configure an unlicensed feature...


Hope this helps.. :)


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bye,

Emanuele

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