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How do I go about Improving wireless security at the office (Radius? Certs?)

EDIT 1: Our environment is mixed, majority OSX with a few Windows and Linux boxes. More importantly, Android and Apple cellphones will also need wireless access on a regular basis. We have a redhat ...
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802.1x automatically validate certificate in windows clients

We're deploying a wireless networking using Windows Server 2008 NAC as a RADIUS server. When Windows XP or 7 clients connect they initally fail to connect. In order to enable the client to connect we ...
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Why do I get certificate error when connecting to “trusted PEAP server?”

I'm trying to connect Windows 7 machine to my wireless network secured with WPA2-Enterprise PEAP. PEAP uses server authentication so I have created root CA named FesbCA on my Windows server 2008 R2 ...
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Security Certificate Exception

I am dealing with a small issue of certificate. In our wifi hotspot, every user is given a different username and password. In order to access any website, after connecting to wifi, login credentials ...
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1answer
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Setup wifi router to allow connection only when a certificate is installed

I'm not sure if this is in scope of SF, but I'd like to setup a router so that it will only allow connections when a certain certificate is available on the client machine. The question is - is it ...
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Windows 7 appears to select inconsistent anchor during wireless connection

We have a wireless authentication server (Windows 2003 SP2 with IAS). It is configured with a DigiCert certificate. The certificate chain looks like this: Entrust.net Secure Server Certification ...
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CompTIA Network+ or A+ before CCNA

Which is the advisable one to take before going for CCNA? I know that A+ focuses more on physical aspects of computers and Network+ on the networking side. But some take A+ then get CCNA. So I'm a bit ...
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Can you use a public cert to do Radius for EAP?

In other wirds, rather than installing an Enterprise Root CA and having internal PKI. Can I buy a $30 cert from Thawte for example and then use it on my IAS server? Is this not a better and cheaper ...
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Unable to specify alterntive credentials using 802.1x wireless connections on Windows 7

Using Windows 7 I am unable to connect to the wireless network using 802.1x settings. I have configured it exactly as in Vista using certificates and checking the use alternative credentials check box ...