I've found a lot of good detailed information on configuration of Cisco NAC appliances, and the general functions. But not a good, high-level walk through the steps the appliances/solution handle an OOB deployment for handling new connections to a LAN.
Something along the lines of, a user connects to the LAN, is given addressing from a DHCP server, then <somehow?> the workstation is directed to the NAC appliance, where it checks for the presense of any required agents, checks against security requirements, then..etc. (Remediation servers involved here, etc.)
Is there a high level description of the flow, what/how the NAC appliances intereact with DHCP servers, Remediation servers, and any high-level description of required configurations in AAA servers, DHCP servers, remediation servers in order for them to work with the NAC appliances in this configuration?