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Management Authentication using Windows NPS

  • 1.  Management Authentication using Windows NPS

    Posted Dec 31, 2015 01:06 PM
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    I have also opened a case with Aruba TAC, but wanted to post on the board as well.

    Is there updated information for Authentication using Windows NPS?

    The only instructions I can locate is with IAS, which was replaced by NPS, and the steps are outdated and not clear. The document I am referring to is attached.

    Note: The goal, at this time, only for allowing specific staff members to login to the Aruba controller for management purposes with their domain credentials.

     



  • 2.  RE: Management Authentication using Windows NPS

    Posted Dec 31, 2015 01:24 PM
    You need to use RADIUS to accomplish this.

    In NPS you need to create a policy using PAP as the authentication method.

    - First create AAA Profile using your current RADIUS server group pointed to the NPS server within the AAA Profile add a NAS-ID of your choice

    - Create a Policy in NPS with the NAS-ID you used in the previous step and also add the AD group you would like to allowed , the authentication type needs to be PAP (Unsecured). This rule should be move to the top.

    - Finally in the Controller point the management to the new AAA profile with local fallback

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  • 3.  RE: Management Authentication using Windows NPS

    Posted Jan 17, 2020 09:12 AM

    Good day,

     

    I appreciate  i am replying to an oooold post but is the authentcation 'PAP' still the only method for this process.

     

    Ta

     

    Manny