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accepted Can I limit how much bandwidth is consumed by active directory stuff on windows 7 clients running over 3G
Feb
20
comment Can I limit how much bandwidth is consumed by active directory stuff on windows 7 clients running over 3G
thanks, Tom, I'll give that a try.
Feb
20
comment Can I limit how much bandwidth is consumed by active directory stuff on windows 7 clients running over 3G
@Skawt a private access point name limited to specific SIM cards and routed over a leased line
Feb
20
comment Can I limit how much bandwidth is consumed by active directory stuff on windows 7 clients running over 3G
@Tom I don't know, it's not my AD. I just want to supply my customer with a solution. I think that specific scenario is only supported when the user has access to wifi
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asked Can I limit how much bandwidth is consumed by active directory stuff on windows 7 clients running over 3G
Dec
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comment Can I use wireless 802.1x authentication on windows for client machines that are not in the domain?
actually, on windows 7 it's a bit more complex: in advanced settings, choose 'user authentication'. Click on 'Settings' for PEAP, click on 'configure' for EAP-MSCHAPv2 and uncheck 'automatically use my windows logon name and password (and domain if any)'. But still, this was the right approach, so thanks!
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accepted Can I use wireless 802.1x authentication on windows for client machines that are not in the domain?
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asked Can I use wireless 802.1x authentication on windows for client machines that are not in the domain?