Problem creating GPO for Internet Authentication Services
Posted on 2006-04-05
I am running SBS 2003 Premium and am trying to configure a Cisco 1100 Aironet wireless access point to use with the Windows Radius server. Here is what I have done so far:
1. Configured the Cisco 1100 with a static local IP, enabled WPA with RADIUS server authentication with TKIP encryption.
2. On the SBS server, I have installed the HotFix 811233 to allow WPA support, installed and configued Certificate Services and cofigured IAS to recognize the wireless access point. Additionally, I have configured the IAS wireless remote access policy and logging.
3. Created a Group Policy object ("Computer Wireless LAN Policy"). Created a Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) policy.
Under the properties of the Wireless Network policy, I have two tabs (General and Preferred Networks). General is set to all the defaults. Here is the problem: When I go to the Preferred Networks tab and click "Add", nothing happens. No error message or any indication that there is something amiss. I can ping the Cisco 1100 and browse to it's configuration page with no problem, but it will not show up in the Preferred Networks tab. Is there a misconfiguration on the AP or is it something else?