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Hi Experts,
I have installed Cisco ACS3.2 on a Windows 2003 R2 server.
Due to upgrades we have to migrate ACS 3.2 to a new windows server 2008.
I have seen, the version 3.2 is very old.
Is it possible to install ACS3.2 in win2008 ?
What about licenses ? Do I have to buy new ones ?
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by:DanJ
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you will need to upgrade to acs 4.2.1
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ok, can you tell me how and from where I get the software ?
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by:DanJ
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http://www.cisco.com/go/acs.
you need a CCO account.
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by:Eprs_Admin
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can I migrate from 3.2 directly to 4.2.1 ??
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I cannot download the files from cisco:

To download this software you must have a valid Technical Support Services Agreement associated to your Cisco.com user ID.

    * If you do not have a Technical Support Services Agreement you can get one through:
          o Your Cisco Account Team if you have a direct purchase agreement with Cisco
          o Your Cisco Partner or Reseller

    * Once you have the Technical Support Services Agreement you must associate your Technical Support Services Agreement to your Cisco.com user ID with Profile Manager
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by:DanJ
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you need just a CCO account to download the files. The server will run in trial mode for 30 days.
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by:DanJ
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From the FAQ
Q. Are evaluation copies of Cisco Secure ACS for Windows available?
A. Yes. You can download a 90-day trial version of Cisco Secure ACS from http://www.cisco.com/go/acs.
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by:Eprs_Admin
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Hello, how to get the software ?
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by:Eprs_Admin
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I have heared, for ACS you need a maintenance contract, to get the latest version and so on.
Or do you know another software which can do the same ?
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hey, where are the experts ?
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I think I have found a solution myself.
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I just used NPS and Radius from Win 2008.
It is working fine.
Forget about ACS.
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