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comment Windows 802.1X WiFi First Login To Domain Laptop
So you are adding the domain user to a local group before that user logs into the local computer for the first time?
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comment Windows 802.1X WiFi First Login To Domain Laptop
Well in practice it doesn't work like that. If your wifi-enabled PC only joins the WiFi with domain validated credentials, there's no network link with which to do validation prior to connection. And if the computer doesn't have the credentials cached, the only response the computer has is "That account doesn't exist".
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comment Setting Up A Windows 2008 NPS Server As A Radius Server For A Cisco AP541N Cluster
Alternatively, set the WiFi network as a GPO. This eliminates local configuration errors, which is the biggest problem to this solution.
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comment How do I turn up logging verbosity for qmail?
Marking as correct because qmail, dammit.
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comment Windows 802.1X WiFi First Login To Domain Laptop
Marking this answer as correct because there does not seem to be a way to short-circuit the chicken-and-egg problem. The solution we are working with is: A) the WiFi network specification is pushed to domain members as a GPO; B) the first time users log into a computer, it has to be attached through a wire -- we have purchased a couple of USB dongles for this express purpose.
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revised How to get/retrive the list of Interface, vlans, port id, and mac address in juniper via snmp?
sub-interface example
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answered How to get/retrive the list of Interface, vlans, port id, and mac address in juniper via snmp?