I want to know is there an option to use ONLY the email address as an authentication credential for Guest user authentication using Guest Protal and this should be done only with Self Registration not with Sponsored accounts.
Appreciate if someone has done this and advise us how to achieve this.?
The exact scenario explained above is unachievable , however a little different from that can be achieved , see below
New Features in Cisco ISE Version 18.104.22.1689—Cumulative Patch 2
Support for Guest Self-Registration Based on Email Domain Whitelist
You can allow guests to create their own accounts by enabling the self-service feature by choosing: Administration > Web Portal Management > Settings > Guest > Multi-Portal Configurations > Operations > Guest users should be allowed to do self service. When you enable this feature, the account credentials display on the screen, and they are also emailed to the email address used to create the account.
You can restrict this feature by limiting guests' ability to create their own accounts based on their email domain. By creating an email domain whitelist, you can ensure that only guest users with email accounts on those domains can create guest accounts.
To prevent the account credentials from displaying on the screen, you must create a custom portal when using an email domain whitelist. These steps provide an overview:
1. Create a custom portal, following these guidelines:
Many thanks for your reply with the details, this will diffinitely help me to have some workaround for the requirement. However it is good that created email address, you able to use at the same time without sending it to receive on somewhere to because even to receive the email it is require the guest user to access email.
This is what I understand from the above steps but I need to go through complete, correct me if I understood wrongly.
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