In the device management settings there is now a "User-ID" checkbox. I have looked at the administrators guide but it doesn't mention it, presumably because it is fairly new.
What does this actually control, because the user-id agent on the box works fine without that checked (or seems to). Other options such as SSH, ping etc are obviously management access protocols but user-id doesn't seem to fit in quite the same.
Sorry to be obtuse, but I still don't get this.
I had agentless user-id turned on and working with my 5 DCs without this turned on, so it doesn't *appear* to prevent that working.
If it controls redistribution of the user-id information I can see why I wouldn't have noticed that, but does that then mean that I need the management addresses of the to firewalls to be included in the "permitted addresses" as well?
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