This guide is for network administrators who are implementing the Cisco NAC Appliance solution to manage and secure their networks. Cisco NAC Appliance comprises the Clean Access Manager (CAM) administration appliance, Clean Access Server (CAS) enforcement appliance, and Clean Access Agent and Cisco NAC Web Agent end-user client software. Use this document along with the Cisco NAC Appliance - Clean Access Server Installation and Configuration Guide, Release 4.1(8)to install and administer your Cisco NAC Appliance deployment.
The Cisco NAC Appliance - Clean Access Manager Installation and Configuration Guide, Release 4.1(8) describes how to install and configure the Clean Access Manager NAC Appliance. You can use the Clean Access Manager (CAM) and its web-based administration console to manage multiple Clean Access Servers (CASs) in a deployment. End users connect through the Clean Access Server to the network via web login, the Clean Access Agent, or the Cisco NAC Web Agent. This guide describes how to use the CAM web administration console to configure most aspects of Cisco NAC Appliance. It also provides information specific to the Clean Access Manager, such how to implement High Availability. See Product Documentation for further details on the document set for Cisco NAC Appliance.
Describes how to enable and configure distribution, installation, and auto-upgrade options on the Clean Access Manager and Clean Access Server for Clean Access Agent and Cisco NAC Web Agent distribution to client machines
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