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I have configured an SSID using RADIUS as authentication from a win2k8 R2 DC. Connecting from a domain-joined machine with a user already logged in works fine, but the issue we have is from non-domain machines (including iphones & blackberries) is it won't prompt for domain credentials. where/how can I configure this on the WAP/NPS?
When using Radius authentication, The only thing under the wireless settings when using radius authentication the Radius server ip and pre-share key.When wireless is setup for radius authentication all the router is doing relaying that information to and from your radius server. The problem isn't going to be with router; you will need to look at radius server and host authentication configuration.
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