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    Default Cisco ACS free trial?

    I know there is a free trial for Cisco secure ACS. I want some hands-on time. Anyone know where I can find it? I've wasted 30 minutes looking for it.
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    do you have a server to put it on? or vm..

    if not i'd rent a lab for 20 - 30 bucks to get a little bit of hands on time with one.

    edit - to answer your question, i also know there is one, but i'm not sure where to find it either
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    The trial software is usually posted on the Cisco Marketplace web site -- but I don't see ACS listed.
    Cisco Marketplace - Cisco Systems

    Most of the references you can find to the ACS trial software also mention Windows NT -- and it's been a few years since I saw it available as a trial download.

    If you're a registered Cisco customer you may be able to access it via the regular software download section.
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    I was hoping it would be easy. *shakes fist at cisco*

    Maybe I can get it at work. Thanks for looking!
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    It works well under windows server 2003 (ACS 4.2), but throw some java errors with internet explorer...So just install firefox 3.6 and itll work like a charm!
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    Default Update

    I found ACS on cisco's website. All download links for it require a valid support contract in your CCO account, so I'll be obtaining it for the lab via alternative means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ehnde View Post
    I found ACS on cisco's website. All download links for it require a valid support contract in your CCO account, so I'll be obtaining it for the lab via alternative means.
    as i did lol
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