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What is your primary use case for Portnox CORE?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Top 20Real User

We just do some basic testing on how the product is working. We are system integrators, and due to that, we are testing products to see if it makes sense to offer them to other customers.

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Top 5Real User

We primarily use the solution for network access control, on the wireless and the wired LAN. This includes managing; network access control, profiling of endpoints and, also managing guests and consultants on the network.

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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

The primary use of Portnox was for Network Access Control (NAC) and management. It was used to control and manage access to the network in my client's network. Unauthorised devices were locked out until approved and granted by the NAC manager. It showed information including the IP address, MAC address, hostname of device, username, switch location, and port number of where a device is connected to. It covers both wired and wireless. Portnox CORE helped in securing my client's threat landscape from attackers and hackers.

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Real User

We use this solution for network access control in an on-premises deployment. It handles our authentication, allowing users to access a network only according to the policy that the organization provides. The network is not open to everyone. Rather, it's only open to those who actually work for the network.

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Real User

For our use case we can check on syndication issues while using it for NAC (Network Access Control). It helps us to allow users access to the network according to the policy that the organization provides.

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