Thanks for the response. So if I understand you correctly the JAMF-Clearpass integration was designed to retrieve all the MAC addresses from the JAMF database. After thinking this over last night I guess I understand the logic considering you need to know all the interfaces on a device. I suppose if a user changes from wireless to wired network or connecting from home using VPN, Clearpass would need to all of the interfaces a device might use to authenticate to the network. I just thought that there was a way to associate all the device interface MAC addresses with one device. Thanks for the information.
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