08-11-2015 10:37 AM
We're trying to setup several IAP-205's to work with an NPS server to automatically authenticate active-directory users. We've set everything up according to some articles that we found linked from here and everything is working fine on Windows 8 systems, but on our Windows 7 systems we can't get them to connect. We are prompted for credentials on these machines, but it doesn't accept them and eventually times out. We've tried this on a range of Windows 7 laptops and we get the same results, but again, on Windows 8 systems it works fine. Has anyone had any issues like this and if so, any solutions?
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08-11-2015 10:40 AM
If private, is the root CA or self-signed certificate installed on each
Are you using Group Policy to configure the clients?
08-11-2015 10:43 AM
Thanks for the reply,
We're using a self-signed cert
The root/cert is distributed to all the clients via CMS, we've confirmed via certs snap-in.
We are not currently pushing authentication through group policy as we wanted to test/tinker before pushing the policy out.
08-11-2015 10:55 AM
authentication and then post the output of "show auth-tracebuf mac
08-11-2015 11:22 AM
When I try to enable user-debug loggin with config t logging level debugging user I get a failure on the logging command.
ac:a3:1e:c5:a0:86# config t logging level debugging user
08-14-2015 05:40 AM
Sorry didn't realize you were on Instant: