07-20-2018 01:58 AM - edited 07-20-2018 03:27 AM
I have problem with Windows 10 and machine authentication.
When user comes to work, he plugs his laptop into the dock where he has a cable connection. When he start computer, Windows does not automatically connect to the wireless network because it has a cable connection.
When user pushes a laptop from the docking station during work, windows automatically tries to connect to Wi-Fi with no success. User authentication is successful, but ClearPass does not let users go because the machine is not authenticated.
When the computer is started (or the user logs off) without a cable, then everything works great.
Has anyone had this problem? This is default behavior of Windows 10, so I'm certainly not the only one with this issue :)
Thank you in advance for your help.
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Re: Windows 10 - Wireless Machine authentication with a connected cable
07-20-2018 04:28 AM
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Re: Windows 10 - Machine authentication with a cable connection
07-20-2018 06:00 AM
07-23-2018 03:05 AM
I found a solution. You need to disable the function of minimizing the amount of network connections. Below the solution by Regedit or GPO.
Registry Hive: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Value Name: fMinimizeConnections
Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> Windows Connection Manager -> "Minimize the number of simultaneous connections to the Internet or a Windows Domain" to "Disabled".