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Cisco WLAN Controller authenticate to Windows 2008 R2 NPS

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Does anyone have a step by step procedure to get the Cisco 5500 WLAN Controller to authenticate with a Windows 2008 NPS? I am desiring to get the two following methods of authentication to work:

1. Forms based userid/password authentication with domain accounts that have membership in a particular AD group.

2. Certificate based authentication for domain computers belonging to a particular AD group.

I do have a Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise CA in place for the PKI stuff.
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Thanks - not sure what all my network tech ended up doing, but when he got done I was able to make the necessary adjustments to get the rest working.
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