Radius certificate issue on Win10

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Radius certificate issue on Win10

uj2.hahn
I know, this is not really a freeradius tool question but more a Windows
issue.
I created new radius certificates and installed them on server and some
Android clients.
Everything is working fine. These clients can login without password now.
But not comes the real exercise: I tried to setup Win 10 (version 1909)
clients to be used
in same way (login via certificate instead of user/passwd).

But something is completely wrong. I followed some guidelines I found in
the web and created
a WLAN profile with the necessary setting.
But when I use the profile to open the WLAN connection, the only thing I
see is something like:

"Connection is not possible, You need a certificate to login. Please
contact your admin."

Is there anybody out there who can help me to resolve that issue?

Thanks a lot
Uwe
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Re: Radius certificate issue on Win10

Alan DeKok-2
On Jan 10, 2020, at 10:24 AM, [hidden email] wrote:

>
> I know, this is not really a freeradius tool question but more a Windows issue.
> I created new radius certificates and installed them on server and some Android clients.
> Everything is working fine. These clients can login without password now.
> But not comes the real exercise: I tried to setup Win 10 (version 1909) clients to be used
> in same way (login via certificate instead of user/passwd).
>
> But something is completely wrong. I followed some guidelines I found in the web and created
> a WLAN profile with the necessary setting.
> But when I use the profile to open the WLAN connection, the only thing I see is something like:
>
> "Connection is not possible, You need a certificate to login. Please contact your admin."
>
> Is there anybody out there who can help me to resolve that issue?

  The Windows debug logs have gotten a lot better over the years.  Turn those on, and it should get you some better information.

  If it says "you need a certificate to login", then that likely means you didn't configure Windows correctly.  You'll have to follow a better guide.

  Alan DeKok.


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