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Would you know if one of the 2 power supplies in one of your critical switches went out? What would alert you to an SSL certificate expiring on a web-based application you use every day? If you’re like most organizations, you have some kind of infrastructure monitoring in place. Could you take the approach of “If anything breaks, my users will let me know”? Sure you could! Would it work? Yep!...

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The topic of backing up is not always linear. Backing up a system can sometimes be confusing topic among System and Network Engineers. There are always multiple ways to back up and restore, but is it the recommended for the system? For example, experience has shown me that enabling virtual machine snapshots to systems like ISE can present itself with larger operational issues like sporadic...

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Cisco recently announced a bunch of new innovations in Webex that are focused to help organizations collaborate seamlessly and transform their employee and customer experiences. Let's check out what they have updated and improved upon! 

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Cisco wants you to move your collaboration deployment to the cloud. Why? Because it makes sense.

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Feb 3
CiscoEoL
Posted by William Panameno

Hey there faithful, LookingPoint blog reader! I hope you’re New Year is off to a great start and you’re ready for another year of great blogs!

Today we will be going over a quick and easy to use tool created by Cisco, for you’re Webex Teams environment. The tool is actually a bot called “CiscoEoL”, or End of Life. One of my colleagues recently introduced me to it and I haven’t put it down since....

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It’s that time! Get up-to-date! In this entry we will be covering a MAJOR upgrade of a two-node ISE deployment from version 2.4 to version 3.0! Before you attempt this in your environment, read all the release notes in order to confirm your unique path and requirements! Good, let’s go!

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Happy New Year LookingPoint blog readers. In this quick post I wanted to share with you all a quick tip that I use for all my changes on Cisco equipment running IOS/IOS-XE software.

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Chooo Chooo!  The TrustSec Trains keeps rolling down the tracks in this latest entry.  We’ve made stops along the way to tell you what TrustSec is, to give you a primer to TrustSec, to dig into the TrustSec classification, and now we move on to TrustSec Propagation!  Right, so let’s go*! 

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Throughout my day I use Webex Meetings to work with colleagues and assist customers. One of the easiest ways to start a meeting is to use Webex Personal Rooms. Personal Rooms are an always available virtual conference space that you don’t have to book. When you invite people to your Personal Room, they can easily find your meetings since the link to your meeting location never changes.

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Hello All,

With the world of remote work continuing to evolve into more of a standard workflow, it is becoming more and more important to secure your company’s data, while still providing access to employees to allow for work. Cisco continues to lead the way with VPN technology and providing solutions to meet the needs of business. Like many blogs out there already, AnyConnect is no new thing and...

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