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"Pricing is not cheap. It is based on licenses per port. After licensing is purchased, you only pay for support.""We pay for port licensing and support on a yearly basis, and it's not cheap.""The vendor price is fair.""The licensing module should be reviewed to count the number of devices instead of port numbers of total switches. There is a case for this where not all ports for a switch are used by devices. Unused ports are calculated in the license, then the customer pays for license for those unused ports."

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Top Answer: There is an add-on feature for application control to kill unwanted applications when launched on a user's device.
Top Answer: Areas that Portnox CORE can improve include: * Support for unmanaged switches (or hubs) and other brands of network devices. These kinds of devices are still in use in organisations, especially SMEs… more »
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Portnox CLEAR is a NAC as-a-Service solution connecting enterprise to its risk-based perimeter.

Portnox CORE provides 100% actionable visibility and control of all devices that are connected to the enterprise network. As a software-based Network Access Management (NAM) platform, Portnox CORE’s patented solution allows for efficient management of the security and compliance challenges that organizations face in a smart and simple way.

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Portnox Clear is ranked 18th in Network Access Control while Portnox CORE is ranked 6th in Network Access Control with 4 reviews. Portnox Clear is rated 0.0, while Portnox CORE is rated 9.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Portnox CORE writes "Provides us a good view of what's happening on the network and enables us to take action proactively". Portnox Clear is most compared with , whereas Portnox CORE is most compared with Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), Fortinet FortiNAC, Forescout Platform, Aruba ClearPass and Sophos Network Access Control.

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