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Changing Authentication Causing Drive mapping issues

I inherited this wireless network with Aruba controller 7010 6.4.4.10.  I changed the authentication for one of the wlans from our clearpass to other radius servers.  Users on that wlan lost their mapped drives.  I'm having a hard time understanding how that is possible.  They were able to connect securely to the new radius.  Any ideas? Thanks.

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Re: Changing Authentication Causing Drive mapping issues

The new radius server probably does not allow authentication to the "Domain Computers" AD group.  That is the group that would need to be allowed to facilitate machine authentication.  No machine authentication = No network mappings when users log in.


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Re: Changing Authentication Causing Drive mapping issues

Is there a command I can use to look at the two different profiles and compare them? The way that I changed the profile was AP configuration/AP Group/ Edit /Wireless Lan/Virtual AP/SSID/ /SSID Profile/.




Ken 

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