Windows validating indentity
If you check this check box, you must choose the LDAP or Active Directory identity source from the available list.•LDAP/Active Directory Instance Name—Choose the LDAP or Active Directory identity source against which you want to validate the certificate information for authentication.is established between two organizations by establishing trust between two security realms.A federation server on one side (the Accounts side) authenticates the user through the standard means in Active Directory Domain Services and then issues a token containing a series of claims about the user, including its identity.On the other side, the Resources side, another federation server validates the token and issues another token for the local servers to accept the claimed identity.This allows a system to provide controlled access to its resources or services to a user that belongs to another security realm without requiring the user to authenticate directly to the system and without the two systems sharing a database of user identities or passwords.
Step 4 Enter the following details: •Name—(Required) Enter the name of the certificate authentication profile.
Cisco ISE uses Active Directory as an external identity source to access resources such as users, machines, groups, and attributes.
You can configure Cisco ISE to authenticate users and machines.
This section contains the following topics: •Key Features of the Integration of Cisco ISE and Active Directory •Integrating Cisco ISE with Active Directory •Enabling Active Directory Debug Logs •Supplemental Information •Extensible Authentication Protocol-Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling (EAP-FAST) and Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP)—Cisco ISE supports user and machine authentication and change password against Active Directory using EAP-FAST and PEAP with an inner method of Microsoft Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol version 2 (MS-CHAPv2) and Extensible Authentication Protocol-Generic Token Card (EAP-GTC).
•Password Authentication Protocol (PAP)—Cisco ISE supports authenticating against Active Directory using PAP and also allows you to change Active Directory user passwords.