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Windows Server 2003 Radius Server, failing to authenticate

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J CFlag for United States of America asked on
Wireless NetworkingWindows Server 2003Active Directory
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I am trying to authenticate against a raduis server. I am getting an authentication failed message, I am definitely using correct credentials. I enabled logging and this is what I found in the log. I don't necessarily see an error in there. Does anyone have any ideas of what I should look for? I was wondering if there is a utility I can use to quickly test it from my workstation? Any help is appreciated.


10.10.0.100,aruba-test,08/11/2011,11:41:15,IAS,PRINTSRV,4,10.10.0.100,5,0,61,19,31,000000000000,30,000B86002C80,6,1,26,0x000039E70502,26,0x000039E706054E2F41,4108,10.10.0.99,4116,0,4128,Aruba 5000,4155,1,4154,Use Windows authentication for all users,4129,XXX\aruba-test,4127,4,25,311 1 172.16.1.80 08/11/2011 18:28:30 7,4130,XXX.local/Final_Migrated_Directory/ITS/Outside Vendors/aruba-test,4149,Connections to other access servers,4136,1,4142,0
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