Unable to connect to Wireless

Posted on 2007-10-10
Last Modified: 2013-11-12
Trying to add existing user to wireless network. Wireless network is running WPA with TKIP encryption and PEAP. When I attempt to add user onto wireless network IAS log file says "Account Locked Out" but when you look at the account in Active Directory the account is not locked out, additionally the user can access other network resources. Does anyone know what the problem can be?
Question by:vtjp1
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    Expert Comment

    Check this article out, it looks like it relates to your problem

    Do you have several failed attempts in the event viewer before they are locked out. If so what are the other errors?

    Author Comment

    Event Viewer:
    Reason-Code = 36
     Reason = The user account is currently locked and cannot be authenticated. Only a person with administrative rights for either the computer or the domain can unlock the user account.

    Article didn't seem to fix the issue.
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    Accepted Solution

    Is the dialin tab in the active directory users and computers set to "allow"?

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