We are having a constant issue with our user on laptops.
They plug their laptops into docking stations which connects them to the wired LAN and do there business as normal.
When they undock from the station the Wireless takes over and stays conencted but they seem to lose all windows authentications e.g. they can still ping our servers but the mapped drives can no longer be accessed and all of our web servers seem to be blocked.
If they log out of there pc's while they are on the wireless and not on the wired and log back in then all is fine. Currently our internal network wireless is authenticated through a MS 2008 R2 Radius server and the controller we use is the Aruba 7210 Mobility controller. The AP are Aruba AP-115's
Any ideas why this is happening and how we can resolve this?
Can you reboot 100% on wireless and this works? Is the user role on wireless blocking any traffic?
@cjoseph wrote:Can you reboot 100% on wireless and this works? Is the user role on wireless blocking any traffic?
Yes if the laptop is restarted or booted while not connected to wired it will authenticate and conect to the wireless and all will work fine.
This might help here is the profile.
Thanks I have made the changes I turned off Enforce machine authentications and also Swithed the Role to Authetnicated.
I will do some testing and get back to you.
Like tcappalli said, uncheck "enforce machine authentication"
The User Role for these users on the controller is LOGON.
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