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Globalprotect with Cisco ISE

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we are using PA Globalprotect for Remote VPN users. Currently planning to implement Cisco ISE posture for RVPN clients. 

how can I integrate Globalprotect with Cisco ISE posture module.


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Cyber Elite

Thank you @charles07 for posting question.


The ultimate answer is no. The Cisco ISE posture module will only work with Cisco AnyConnect client. Unfortunately there is no integration support for 3d party vpn clients. This information is backed by my Cisco SE. You can still use ISE for authentication of Global Protect clients. If posture check by ISE is a must, then you will unfortunately have to go with AnyConnect.


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Hi @charles07 ,


Have you considered using HIP-Based Policy Enforcement?  This is the PANW equivalent of ISE posture.  This feature is integrated with your existing GlobalProtect (GP) clients.  However, it does require a GP license.  GP is easy to integrate with ISE as a RADIUS server.  The easiest solution would be to let the firewall determine HIP compliance and access, but that possibly could be accomplished with ISE using VSAs.




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Hi @TomYoung GP HIP profile is not equivalent to ISE posture. Much features with ISE are missing in GP HIP.

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That statement is not supported by facts.  (I'm not saying you don't have any.  You didn't state any.) A HIP object can be configured to check mobile device info/settings/apps, PC patch info, personal firewalls, anti-malware/virus software, disk backup, disk encryption, DLP software, certificates, process checks, registry entries, etc.  What specific features does ISE Posture check that are not included?  I am interested in knowing.  I would like to keep this forum technical.

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