Trend Micro, Inc.

May 2012

 

Trend Micro Policy Server for Cisco NAC Beta Release

 

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Contents


  1. About Trend Micro Policy Server for Cisco Network Admission Control (NAC)

  2. Document Set

  3. System Requirements

  4. Installation

  5. Post-installation Configuration

  6. Known Issues

  7. Contact Information

  8. About Trend Micro

  9. License Agreement

 

1. About Trend Micro Policy Server for Cisco Network Admission Control (NAC)


Cisco Network Admission Control (NAC) provides a means to communicate and evaluate the status of antivirus components of OfficeScan clients. This helps you enforce your organizations antivirus policies by giving you the ability to perform actions on at-risk clients. These actions include instructing clients to update their OfficeScan client components, enable Real-time scan, and perform Scan Now and Cleanup Now.

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2. Document Set


The document set for Policy Server includes:

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3. System Requirements


   3.1. Policy Server

Operating system:

Hardware:

Web server:

Web console:

 

   3.2. Cisco Trust Agent

Operating system

 Hardware

Others: Windows Installer 2.0 or later

 

   3.3. Supported platforms and requirements

Supported Platform

Models

IOS Images

Minimum Memory/Flash

Routers

Cisco 830, 870 series

831, 836, 837

IOS 12.3(8) or later

48MB/8MB

Cisco 1700 series

1701, 1711, 1712, 1721, 1751, 1751-V, 1760

IOS 12.3(8) or later

64MB/16MB

Cisco 1800 series

1841

IOS 12.3(8) or later

128MB/32MB

Cisco 2600 series

2600XM, 2691

IOS 12.3(8) or later

96MB/32MB

Cisco 2800 series

2801, 2811, 2821, 2851

IOS 12.3(8) or later

128MB/64MB

Cisco 3600 series

3640/3640A, 3660-ENT series

IOS 12.3(8) or later

48MB/16MB

Cisco 3700 series

3745, 3725

IOS 12.3(8) or later

128MB/32MB

Cisco 3800 series

3845, 3825

IOS 12.3(8) or later

256MB/64MB

Cisco 7200 series

720x, 75xx

IOS 12.3(8) or later

128MB/48MB

VPN Concentrators

Cisco VPN 3000 Series

3005 - 3080

V4.7 or later

N/A

Switches

Cisco Catalyst 2900

2950, 2970

IOS 12.1(22)EA5

N/A

Cisco Catalyst 3x00

3550, 3560, 3750

IOS 12.2(25)SEC

N/A

Cisco Catalyst 4x00

Supervisor 2+ or higher

IOS 12.2(25)EWA

N/A

Cisco Catalyst 6500

6503, 6509, Supervisor 2 or higher

CatOS 8.5 or later

Sup2 - 128MB
Sup32 - 256MB
Sup720 - 512MB

Wireless Access Points

Cisco AP1200 Series

1230

N/A

N/A

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4. Installation


To install Policy Server for Cisco NAC using the Policy Server installer:

  1. Log on to the computer to which you will install Policy Server for Cisco NAC.

  2. Locate the Policy Server for Cisco NAC installer package on the Enterprise DVD.

  3. Double-click setup.exe to run the installer package.

  4. Follow the installation instructions.

To install Policy Server for Cisco NAC from the OfficeScan server master installer:

  1. In the "Install Other OfficeScan Programs" screen of the OfficeScan server master installer, select Policy Server for Cisco NAC.

  2. Click Next.

  3. Continue with OfficeScan server installation until the Welcome screen for Trend Micro Policy Server for Cisco NAC appears.

  4. Click Next. The Policy Server for Cisco NAC License Agreement screen appears.

  5. Read the agreement and click Yes to continue. The Choose Destination Location screen appears.

  6. Modify the default destination location if necessary by clicking Browse and selecting a new destination for the Policy Server installation.

  7. Click Next. The Web Server screen appears.

  8. Choose the Web server for the Policy Server.

  1. Click Next. The Web Server Configuration screen appears.

  2. Configure the following information:

  1. If you selected to install Policy Server on an IIS server, select one of the following:

  1. Next to Port, type a port that will serve as the server listening port. When the Policy Server and OfficeScan server are on the same computer and uses the same Web server, the port numbers are as follows:

  1. If you selected to install Policy Server on an IIS server, you can use Secured Socket Layer (SSL). Type the SSL port number and the number of years to keep the SSL certificate valid (the default is 3 years). If you enable SSL, this port number will serve as the serverís listening port. The Policy Serverís address is as follows:

  1. Click Next.

  2. Specify the Policy Server console password and click Next.

  3. Specify the ACS Server authentication password and click Next.

  4. Review the installation settings. If satisfied with the settings, click Next to start the installation. Otherwise, click Back to go to the previous screens.

  5. When the installation completes, click Finish. The OfficeScan server master installer will continue with the rest of the OfficeScan server installation.

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5. Post-installation Configuration


 Configure Policy Server settings using the Web console immediately after completing the installation. Access the Policy Server Web console from the OfficeScan Web console or from the Start menu by clicking Programs > Trend Micro Policy server for Cisco NAC > Policy Server Console. For detailed instructions, refer to the OfficeScan Administrator's Guide and the Policy Server Help.

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6. Known Issues


The following are the known issues in this release:

  1. Unable to log on to the Policy Server installed on an Apache server if the Apache server already has OfficeScan installed. Uninstall the Policy Server and re-install on an Apache server without OfficeScan.

  2. If the computer is running Windows Server 2003, disable the Internet Explorer Pop-up blocker to view client validation logs from the Policy Server Web console.

  3. Authentication between the ACS server and the Policy Server will fail when Policy Server is installed on IIS 5.0 on a Domain Controller computer with Active Directory.

  4. If the OfficeScan server and Policy Server are installed on the same computer, and the master installer installs Apache as the Web server, both OfficeScan and Policy Server use the same Apache installation. Therefore, uninstalling either OfficeScan server or Policy Server removes the Apache installation, which renders the remaining server (OfficeScan or Apache) inoperable.

  5. If the client user uninstalls the Cisco Trust Agent through Windows Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs, the Cisco Trust Agent version information of the client still appears in the client tree.

  6. If the you forget the user name and password configured during Policy Server setup for the ACS server to access the Policy Server, the password cannot be recovered. You must use IIS or Apache utilities to recreate a user name and password.

  7. The "Policy Server List" that appears on the Policy Server screen of the OfficeScan Web console adds any server you configure without  checking whether or not the server information is correct.

  8. When the Cisco Trust Agent (CTA) program needs to be updated, all existing CTAs must be removed and a new package must be deployed again to all the client computers.

  9. Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) does not work on Apache Web server versions 2.0.56 to 2.0.59 and versions 2.2.3 to 2.2.4.

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7. Contact Information


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8. About Trend Micro


Trend Micro, Inc. provides virus protection, anti-spam, and content-filtering security products and services. Trend Micro allows companies worldwide to stop viruses and other malicious code from a central point before they can reach the desktop.

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9. License Agreement


Information about your license agreement with Trend Micro can be viewed at http://www.trendmicro.com/en/purchase/license/.

 

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