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Implementing a new V10000 soon looking into the best way to do transparent identification. I'm looking at ease of install but, what will catch all of my users from not being thrown into the default policy. Is it best to use several of the same kind of agent on different servers or should I have a mix of each of these agents.
Any suggestions and experience would be appreciated....
Quick note -- Network Agent is not for identification, it's for filtering non-standard protocols.
If you have a v10k and you're going to use the Content Gateway, the most accurate method would be the integrated authentication it can do. I'm not as familiar with it because I'm perfectly happy with DC Agent where transparency was more important than accuracy. DC Agent will never prompt users for credentials (unless you force it to) whereas WCG's integration may but it'll be more accurate than DC Agent can be.
If you're all windows and 802.11x DC Agents and RADIUS agents will do the trick.
You'll also want to have multiple agents for redundancy.