Validating identity on a wireless network

20 Jul

If you find any other solutions please post them in the comments below.

I cannot get WPA2 enterprise to work on my network. Windows Domain, using IAS and its own CA Linksys WAP200 Access Point I setup the AP to use WPA2-Enterprise Mixed using RADIUS I setup and registered IAS on the domain controller.

We need phones with big letters or be able to use our voice to dial & send messages! Yes, there are many who begrudge us phone service to the outside world.....those who have it all.

Yes, the lettering & numbers on these phones are way too small! If you are all lucky [LOL], you will all be in our shoes one day! They care about no one but themselves & call this phone the "Obama phone" when he had NOTHING to do with it!

For the most part, I’m of the opinion that a little bit of minor mischief is harmless, and perhaps even character building, as long as they come out relatively unscathed.

Also, since I was able to connect from my laptop with no problem, it led me to believe it was something wrong with my desktop.I did all the basic stuff like updating the wireless card driver, unplugging and plugging stuff back in, right clicking and selecting Repair in Windows XP and click Diagnose and Repair in Vista.But until I performed the steps below nothing worked. Now I can connect to my secure wireless network with no problems.If the box was checked, then that was why you were getting the “unable to find a certificate to log you on to the network” message because Windows is looking for one, but your wireless router is not setup for certificate security. Once I unchecked that box and tried to reconnect to the wireless network, everything worked fine! The part about "Obama phone" I think just comes along because he is the first president to offer this service for the people who can't afford these other phone plans or the purchase price of others.When it comes to ensuring safety and responsibility on the Internet, proper education and a policy of mutual trust and respect are the best policies. The web is a vast playground of debauchery and anthropological horrors, and it’s a teenager’s prerogative to peer occasionally over the Gates of Mordor into the land of shadows.From porn and bomb-building guides to Facebook and Twitter, the Internet is a vast cornucopia of potentially hazardous material.The logical route for today’s concerned, yet lazy, parent, is to shell out hundreds of bucks for some off-the-shelf piece of software that they can install on their kid’s computer.The problem is that a quick Google search reveals a dozen workarounds for even the most expensive parental censoring spy tools.Everyone has their own opinions about it, but it has helped me out so much.I can't afford some of the plans or phones and this helps me stay in touch with making appointments. I did a little investigating on this since my parents need a phone that's easier to use.