Aruba ClearPass Valuable Features

Security5e37
Security Automation and Incident Response at a tech services company
The most valuable feature for us is the policy compliance. They have an API that assists you in checking whether a machine has specific clients. For example, we check whether the EDR is updated and whether there are specific clients whose machine should be allowed to connect to the network. View full review »
it_user688896
WiFi Manager at Etisalat UAE
A very important feature for me is its support of a multi-tenant solution on deliverables. For instance, I have three customers, or three users, and I want each customer to have his own portal and his own database to manage their subscriber for reporting and for provision. View full review »
David Kariuki
Manager, Systems Technology at Ketraco
The most valuable features would be: * Wireless segregation * Bandwidth segmentation * Prioritization * BYOD management * Overall visibility. View full review »
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Cluster9210
Network Architect with 10,001+ employees
The ClearPass clustering model saved us staff time and reduced errors by eliminating the need to manage individual RADIUS servers. The mulit-vendor capability is also valuable. View full review »
Michael Velasco
Consultant
Access Tracker is definitely the feature that I use the most. It is invaluable for troubleshooting access control incidents and quickly getting to the root cause. View full review »
Joe Hillenbrand
Network Administrator with 51-200 employees
ClearPass is the most valuable tool in my arsenal. It ties everything together: users, devices, IoT, mobile devices, guests, and networks. All of it. It has an easy to learn web GUI and command lines. View full review »
Morris Chen
Technology Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature for our network environment is the identification of discovered devices. View full review »
Find out what your peers are saying about Aruba Networks, Cisco, ForeScout and others in Network Access Control. Updated: October 2019.
378,124 professionals have used our research since 2012.
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