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Setting up NPS with a certificate that is valid to both AD and non-AD machines

I'm trying to setup an AD server running the NPS service so that both AD and non-AD machines see the certificate as valid when authenticating to the wireless network. I picked up a cert from GoDaddy ...
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1answer
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howto restrict active directory account for PEAP/non-CIFS only

We have some voip phones that we want to integrate into our PEAP WiFi network, and I'm concerned about just creating a standard AD account and using that. If someone got hold of such long-term account ...
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NPS - RADIUS - Active Directory Authentication

Is it possible to use NPS RADIUS as an intermediary between an application that only supports RADIUS authentication and an active directory server which is used for authentication across the network? ...
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How to prevent a user from being able to plug an XP machine into the network

We recently had an issue where a user brought their laptop in from home and plugged it into the network, attempting to get internet access. I know on a port level I could setup MAC restrictions, but ...
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Network Policy Server authentication failing

I've configured our RADIUS client (pfSense) and Windows 2008 NPS for authentication via RADIUS. The set-up is a Captive portal where LAN users authenticate with Active Directory. When looking at our ...
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802.1x authentication against an Active Directory with a trusted Kerberos realm

I am attempting to use Windows Server 2008 NPS to provide 802.1x authentication against our Cisco switches. The set-up works fine for local domain users, I am now attempting to integrate it with an ...