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Partner Bundle

Cisco Identity Service Engine (ISE) Partner Bundle

The Cisco Identity Service Engine (ISE) Not For Resale (NFR) partner bundle provides a Cisco ISE
VMware image with perpetual licenses for basic and advanced services for 20 endpoint devices. This
software bundle is for lab and customer demonstration purpose only. It is not intended for resale
or use in production environments or proof-of-concepts.


ISE NFR.ova:
o Content: VMware ESXi image for ISE appliance running ISE version
o VM Properties: 4GB RAM, 4 vCPUs, 128 GB Thick Provisioned Hard-Disk
o MD5 Checksum: C7B9FD70720411CAE205E8D0063B38CE
Services NFR.ova:
o Content: VMware ESXi image for services including DHCP, DNS, NTP, CA, Web
o VM Properties: 4GB RAM, 2 vCPUs, 80 GB Thick Provisioned Hard-Disk
o MD5 Checksum: F610D26BFB6B27C1E1DCB4DF59FB96EE
o Content: Base configuration to be used for restoring ISE to initial configuration with
embedded license
o MD5 Checksum: C84A0E179E29EF055E58C30829B27C12


The instructions to configure the ISE 1.2 NFR software and recommended hardware is available
at: https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-36078

Backup all file in USB stick immediately so if the USB files become corrupt you have original
files to fallback to.
Resetting the database config will result in loss of your license.
This release is standalone and complete replacement of any previous product releases. If
you have an existing ISE NFR kit you can upgrade to 1.2. Please check
www.cisco.com/go/trustsec for further design and configuration guidance.

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Ciso ISE NFR Partner Bundle

The Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) is a next-generation identity and access-control policy platform
that enables enterprises to enforce compliance, enhance infrastructure security, and streamline service
operations. The innovative architecture of the Cisco Identity Services Engine allows enterprises to gather
real-time contextual information from networks, users, and devices, tying identity to network elements
such as access switches, wireless LAN controllers, VPN gateways, and data center switches. With this
contextual information, enterprises can make proactive governance decisions about access. The Cisco
Identity Services Engine:
Allows enterprises to authenticate and authorize users and endpoints through wired, wireless,
and VPN networks;
Provides complete guest lifecycle management service;
Enables the ability to discover, classify, and associate identity for all endpoints connecting to the
Addresses vulnerabilities on user machines through periodic evaluation and remediation;
Enforces security policies by blocking, isolating, and repairing noncompliant machines in a
quarantine area without needing administrator attention;
Offers a built-in monitoring, reporting, and troubleshooting console for helpdesk operators and
Onboards mobile devices through native supplicant provisioning, certificate enrollment via SCEP,
and the My Devices Portal
Integrates BYOD onboarding with third-party MDM vendors: Mobile Iron, Good, SAP Afaria,
AirWatch, Citrix (Zenprise), and Fiberlink (MaaS360).

Cisco Identity Service Engine
Cisco Identity Service Engine Authorized Technology Provider
Cisco Security Communities

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