Administrator Access Console
Enter the Cisco ISE URL in the address bar of your browser (for example, https://<ise hostname or ip address>/admin/).
Enter the username and case-sensitive password, that was specified and configured during the initial Cisco ISE setup.
Click Login or press Enter.
If your login is unsuccessful, click the Problem logging in? link in the Login page and follow the instructions.
Administrator Login Browser Support
The Cisco ISE Admin portal supports the following HTTPS-enabled browsers:
Mozilla Firefox 72 and earlier versions
Mozilla Firefox ESR 60.9 and earlier versions
Google Chrome 80 and earlier versions
Microsoft Edge beta 77 and earlier versions
Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.x and 11.x
If you are using Internet Explorer 10.x, enable TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2, and disable SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 (Internet Options > Advanced).
Administrator Lockout Following Failed Login Attempts
If you enter an incorrect password for an administrator user ID enough times, the account would either be suspended for a specified time or locked out (as configured). If you choose to get locked out, the Admin portal "locks you out" of the system. Cisco ISE adds a log entry in the Server Administrator Logins report, and suspends the credentials for that administrator ID. You can reset the password for that administrator ID, as described in the "Reset a Disabled Password Due to Administrator Lockout" section in the Cisco Identity Services Engine Installation Guide. The number of allowed failed attempts before disabling the administrator account is configurable and is described in the Administrative Access to Cisco ISE section in the Cisco Identity Services Engine Administrator Guide. After an administrator user account is locked out, Cisco ISE sends e-mail to the associated administrator user, if configured.
Disabled System administrators' status can be enabled by any Super Admin, including Active Directory users.