As subject explains all, I want to use ISE Guest Portal for my domain users. I have tried many different ways to authenticate users and finally I came to the conclusion that ISE CWA works pretty well and is very stable. WLC Webauth sucks alot, does not redirect to the login page always.
Can you please share what other ways are stable ways to authenticate AD users? I know about WPA 802.1x authentication but that requires a CA in the network which is not available at the moment. So can you please Suggect?
Otherwise, I want to use ISE Guest Portal for my AD users as well. AD is already integrated to ISE, the issue happens when I attempt to athenticate using AD user account, the user gets authenticated but the Guest Portal redirects me to Device Provissioning page and there it shows an error saying "there is not policy to register the device, contact system admin"
Can you post a screenshot of your current policies? Also for 802.1x authentication although it is best practices you do not have to have an internal CA to make this solution work. You can disable the option to "validate server certificate" or you can use a trusted CA to sign the certificate for the eap interface.
In most cases 802.1x is the method to go because it provides dynamic authentication without forcing users to redirected to a web page multiple times throughout the day, scenarios such as computers that sleep or users that are mobile will not have connectivity until they redirect to the portal if one of the scenarios exist. You also gain WPA encryption on your WLAN, if you are using strictly layer 3 web auth you run into issues where encryption is not used and rely on encryption from the application as your method of data integrity and security.
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