Re: Freeradius + Kerberos + Windows clients
On Wed, Sep 04, 2013 at 09:42:35PM +0200, Wolfgang Schweer wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 04, 2013 at 08:27:32PM +0200, Giorgio Pioda wrote:
> > we have tested it (actually my jung assistant) and the SecureW2
> > EAP-TTLS option in the scrolldown menu is NOT there in Win7.
> IIRC, it's sort of hidden. Try these steps from a README based upon
> something I found somewhere, which I provided some time ago for fellow
> teachers at school (never used that OS myself):
> 1. Extract the zip archive, doubleclick the exe file. Most likely,
> you'll have to restart Windows 7 after the install.
> 2. After reboot, click the Windows start button, then Control Panel.
> The Control Panel opens.
> 3. In the left pane, click Control Panel Home, then in the right pane
> under the Network and Internet section click View network status and
> 4. In the left pane, click Manage wireless networks. A list of
> previously connected wireless networks appears.
> 5. If YourNetwork appears in the list, double-click the YourNetwork icon
> and go to step 12. Otherwise, proceed to the next step.
> 6. Click Add.
> 7. Click Manually create a network profile. A dialogue box appears.
> 8. In the Network name: field, type YourNetwork
> 9. In the Security type: drop-down box, select 802.1x.
> 10. Click Next. The message 'Successfully added YourNetwork' should
> 11. Click Change connection settings. The YourNetwork Wireless
> Network properties dialogue box appears.
> 12. Click the Security tab.
> 13. Ensure the settings are as follows:
> 14. Security type: 802.1x
> 15. Encryption type: WEP
> 16. Choose a network authentication method: SecureW2 EAP-TTLS
> 17. Click Settings...
> 18. Click New and enter YourNetwork. Click OK.
> 19. In the Connection tab, ensure the Use alternate outer identity
> checkbox is selected, and the Use anonymous outer identity radio
> button is selected.
> 20. Ensure the Enable session resumption (quick connect) checkbox is
> 21. In the Certificates tab, disable Certificate check
> 22. In the Authentication tab, for the Select Authentication Method:
> drop-down menu, ensure PAP is selected.
> 23. Click Advanced.
> 24. Ensure the Allow users to setup new connections checkbox is
> 25. Click OK to close each open dialogue box.
for some strange reason the latest 331 version is not working BUT the 204
version that I downloaded linked from a public wiki to the securew2 server (hope
is not a fake) is working properly
Giorgio Pioda - Sysadmin SPSE-Tenero
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