Information on the Cisco Identity Services Engine ISE 1.0.4 release:
Highlights of Cisco Identity Services Engine ISE 1.0.4
Release notes for Cisco Identity Services Engine ISE 1.0.4
Here is a summary of the Cisco Identity Services Engine ISE 1.0.4 release:
1) Integrating Cisco NAC Appliance, Release 4.9 with ISE 1.0.4. and available when you have installed an advanced or wireless license on the maintenance release of Cisco ISE. This is important for customers with NAC appliance looking to add profiling. Cisco NAC profiler appliance technology is no longer for sale so this new release permits using ISE 1.0.4 as a profiling element for NAC appliance installations.
2) New Wireless License options enable the same number of endpoints on existing ISE 1.0.4 Base and Advanced License package
3) Upgrade and Backup/Restore Enhancements: Upgrade ISE 1.0 to ISE 1.0.4. Migrate from ACS 5.1/5.2 to ISE 1.0 and then upgrade to ISE 1.0.4. Do not directly migrate from ACS to ISE 1.0.4
4) Administrator lockout following failed attempts and administrator password reset: In the new release, you can lockout your admin account after a failed number of login attempts. The instructions on how to reset the “locked” administrator password are described in the “Performing Post-Installation Tasks” chapter of the Cisco Identity Services Engine Hardware Installation Guide, Release ISE 1.0.4.
5) Client support for Windows Internet Explorer 9 and Mozilla Firefox 4.x browsers and the Mac OS 10.7 operating system
6) Cisco ISE 1.0.4 does not consume advanced licenses when endpoints are statically assigned to a profile
7) Profiling update: Correlating IP addresses and MAC addresses of endpoints using DHCP and RADIUS probes. The Cisco ISE 1.0.4 release implements an ARP cache in the profiler service so that you can reliably map IP addresses and MAC addresses of endpoints.
8) Some Cisco ACS-to-Cisco ISE 1.0.4 Migration updates