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Windows clients do not automatically detect which protocol is being used for authentication to connect to Wifi.

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We have Win XP SP3 & Win 7 clients.
We have Cisco Access point using 802.1x Authentication.
IAS Server

When a user tries to join the Wireless network the following error comes up:

"Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you on to the network...."

I have tried starting the Wired AutoConfig service, however nothing worked.

Also when on XP I go to Wireless Connections>Advanced Properties> Authentication> the following settings are enabled:
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Do you have a radius server?
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Yes
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In Windows server before 2008,you should use IAS,after that NPS.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/bb643123
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Did you install the certificate for the WiFi on the client machine?  
Is the Root CA trusted for this certificate?
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by:Ackles
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Hi,
I am out of office till Tuesday.
Sorry, but only after that I will be able to answer any question...
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