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Aruba ClearPass Room for Improvement

FL
Architecte Système at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

The solution needs to upgrade its user interface. Right now, it's not so user friendly, and it's an aspect that my clients' wish was improved upon.

The solution is quite large and complex in scope. If a person isn't familiar with the solution, they can quickly get overwhelmed with everything.

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CTO at Kingsway Hospitals

In the future, I would like to see plugins for AI and machine learning. If it did pattern analysis then it could help to determine our requirements automatically.

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JL
Assistant Lead Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

The licensing model could be improved.

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RF
Technical Department at Telenor Comunicaciones

One thing that could be improved in Aruba ClearPass is that we would like to have an option to recognize all the assets on the customer's site in one click. That is an easy way of recognizing all the assets on a customer site. We would like an easier way of recognizing the assets of the network so we could know in which VLAN we want to configure the port or the suite and which policies apply to that port. We'd like ClearPass do that automatically.

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Networking Architect at Telia Lietuva, AB

Possibly some of the functions could be improved, but it's hard to say. Generally, Clearpass is considered the leader in its field and it's a very good product. 

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Project Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees

The interface could be made easier and more intuitive.

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