I have a new ACS 5.3 installation and have device access authentication working from our AD accounts. My issue is that when we were running ACS 4.x I was able to map AD users into groups and set permissions on the groups to stop unauthorised users from accessing our devices but so far in ACS 5.3 I have been unable to figure out how to do this.
In our AD environment we have two domains xxxxxxx.int and student.xxxxxxx.int. I need to be able to stop all users from the student.xxxxxxx.int domain access any network devices.
Is there a way of mapping AD user accounts to internal ACS accounts in 5.3 as in 4.x to be able to set permissions or is it completely different?
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