When attempting to connect to our company wireless while not on the domain, I receive a message saying that our RADIUS server provided a valid certificate issued by our root CA, but that the root CA is not configured as a valid trust anchor (on a windows 7 machine).
The root CA has to be manually checked off under security for the wireless network connection in order to remove this message. What is the point of manually telling the system to trust the Root CA? Isn't that the point of having a trusted root CA? Is there any way around this? It becomes an issue when users think our connection is insecure or certificates are out of date. I can't manually configure every machine that may use the wireless.