In ISE 1.2 you do not have the feature to restrict a sponsor on the number of guest accounts to be created for certain time. The below are the complete list of settigns that can be configured on sponsor groups for restricting sponsors.
Sponsor Group Settings
The following table describes the fields on the Guest Sponsor Group page, which you can use to define sponsor groups. The navigation path for this page is: Administration > Web Portal Management > Sponsor Groups. You are not allowed to delete sponsor groups that are in use in a sponsor group policy
Table A-47 Sponsor Group Settings
Enter a name for the sponsor group. When choosing a name, you might want to consider which identity groups with which you will be associating the sponsor group. For example, the default sponsor groups have names similar to the default user identity groups to assist you in associating the correct identity group and sponsor group when creating the sponsor policies.
Enter a description for the sponsor group.
Indicate whether or not to allow sponsors to sign into the Sponsor portal.
Create Single Account
Indicate whether sponsors can create individual guest accounts.
Create Random Accounts
Indicate whether sponsors can create random guest accounts.
Indicate whether sponsors can import guest accounts.
Indicate whether sponsors can email the account details to guest users.
Indicate whether sponsors to send text messages with the account details to guest users.
View Guest Password
Indicate whether sponsors can view guest passwords when creating accounts.
Allow Printing Guest Details
Indicate whether sponsors can print the account details for guest users.
Choose one of these settings:
•No—Sponsors are not allowed to edit any guest accounts.
•All Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to edit/view all guest accounts.
•Group Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to edit guest accounts created by anyone in the same sponsor user group.
•Own Account—Sponsors are allowed to edit only the guest accounts they created.
Choose one of these settings:
•No—Sponsors are not allowed to suspend any guest accounts.
•All Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to suspend or reinstate all guest accounts.
•Group Accounts—Sponsors are allowed to suspend guest accounts created by anyone in the same sponsor user group.
•Own Account—Sponsors are allowed to suspend only the guest accounts they created.
Account Start Time
Restrict the number of days the sponsor can specify for starting the guest account. This is applicable only for the Start End type of time profile.
Maximum Duration of Account
Specify the maximum duration for which a guest account can be active. The expiration date is based on the maximum duration of the account or the time profile duration, whichever is minimum. This value overrides the maximum duration value set by the sponsor when creating a guest account when this value is less than the one specified in the time profile.
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