Our Network Manager in NY created an AD account for guests to use to connect to our wireless network. He said the user account has no rights to anything. My question is: What are the possible risks and/or what can someone with that type of account do on our network? We have a separate SSID for guest users and they are supposed to use an account that is generated by the Cisco ISE Server. That wasn't working for them so they went ahead and created the AD account without telling me. Now they want me to explain why using an AD account to connect to the non-guest SSID is a bad idea even though that account has "no access". I'm not an AD expert by any stretch of the imagination since i'm a networking guy, but now that I'm in a management position, I have to know both sides of the IT world.
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