External authentication is supported only with internal authorization:
External Authentication + Internal Authorization
When configuring Cisco ISE to provide administrator authentication using an external RSA SecurID identity store, administrator credential authentication is performed by the RSA identity store. However, authorization (policy application) is still done according to the Cisco ISE internal database. In addition, there are two important factors to remember that are different from External Authentication + External Authorization:
You do not need to specify any particular external administrator groups for the administrator.
You must configure the same username in both the external identity store and the local Cisco ISE database.
To create a new Cisco ISE administrator that authenticates via the external identity store, complete the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Administration > System > Admin Access > Administrators > Local Administrators.
The Administrators window appears, listing all existing locally defined administrators.
Step 2 Follow the guidelines at Creating a New Cisco ISE Administrator to ensure that the administrator username on the external RSA identity store is also present in Cisco ISE. Be sure to click the External option under Password.
Note Remember: you do not need to specify a password for this external administrator user ID, nor are you required to apply any specially configured external administrator group to the associated RBAC policy.
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