Ease of management is one advantage. The main benefit through the Group Policy update, the administrator can have a better control over the wireless network. The options for the end user will be pre-configured and grayed out. The end user cannot edit the settings.
You can alos defive preferred networks and deploy certificates using a Group Policy.
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What you have suggested is only for windows clients . In few case , What if my users bring their own laptops having OS part from windows . Is there an option to push GPO for non windows clients also ? Or Is it possible to do from ISE through self provisiong of WLAN configuation ...
Self registration is the way to go with ISE. You need to define your security policies better. You need to have one that profiles your company owned assets and non company owned assets. If users being in their own devices, you really trusting them that they don't have any viruses or malware? Many organizations will have these devices go onto the guest network. You can't push any profile using 802.1x to end devices because they don't have credentials unless your going to allow them to login with their own AD credentials on a non company owned machine. Apple machines it's a manual process, windows you can import but you have to build a profile for xp, win 7 and win 8 and explain how to upload it.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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