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Windows 2003 Radius Wireless - Non Domain Member Laptop

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Hello everyone, my situation is I have laptop that cannot be a member of the domain yet I need it to be able to authenticate with the Radius server. Should I use EAP-TLS or PEAP-MS-CHAP v2? I have the radius and certificate server set up and ready to go. I figured I could use web enrollment for the User certificate but then I got stuck on how to get a machine certificate. Any help would be greatly appreciated Thanks.  
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Your laptop does not have to be a member of the domain, so you can specify your domain credentials when you connect to the wireless
http://www.hansenonline.net/Networking/wlanradius.html
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What about if i wanted to use EAP-TLS?
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Does not matter. You can specify your username/domain/password for the connection
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How do i supply alternate credentials using Win Xp?
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Make sure you have XP/SP2 and you let Windows handle your wireless connections - not any connection manager that came with the network card.

When you add the wireless network, Authentication tab
EAP type: Protected EAP (PEAP)
Un-check []Authenticate as computer when computer information is available
Un-check []Authenticate as guest when user computer information is unavailable
Click Properties  | Select Authentication Method: Secure Password (EAP-MSCHAPv2)
Check [x] Enable Fast Reconnect
 Configure... button
 EAP MACHAPv2 Properties - Un-check [] Automatically use my Windows logon name and password
[OK]

OK your way out and when you connect to the wireless network, you should get another prompt to supply alternate credentials. Click the balloon and you will be presented with a dialog for
Username:
Domain:
Password:

You only have to put it in once and you're good to go until your domain password expires and you'll see the balloon again.
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Thank You
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