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Windows Server 2003 IAS Errors

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Hello,

I have a couple of Cisco Wireless Access Points that uses RADIUS authentication. The system has been working great for several months, but recently my users cannot authenticate with he RADIUS (IAS) server. I am not sure what changed to cause this problem. I am attaching the two error messages I am receiving. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

By the way, my Citrix VPN users are able to authenticate just fine with the IAS servers.

Thank you,
conquerdev
ias-error-3.txt
ias-error-20168.txt
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If you want to use 802.1x authentication with IAS under Windows Server 2003 and EAP or PEAP you will get this error if you haven't installed an enterprise CA in your Active Directory. Maybe this helps you to fix the issue: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=814394
 
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