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In windows 2008 & Higher version there is no option to igonre CA certificate .

 

So how should we proceed to solution ?

 

 

 

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Re: CA

Windows Server or Client?

 


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Re: CA

Windows Client ..& Ubuntu 18

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Re: CA

There is no Windows 2008 Client.  I am not familiar with Ubuntu.  Why would you want to ignore the CA?

 


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Re: CA

don't know if you can ignore the certificate, but you can choose not to validate a server cert when connecting to a PEAP or TLS SSID. The certs are part of the standard, even if you just accept the self-signed certs presented on a demo or test SSID.

 

I don't have a Win8 laptop handy to test with, but maybe someone else can. 

Jerrod Howard
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