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When opening IAS "no network provider accepted the given network path"

Posted on 2011-09-26
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I am taking over a network and the cisco gear is controlled through radius/IAS. When trying to open IAS on w2k3 I am asked for the network password, "connect as" and the password.

When I enter in the credentials I get "no network provider accepted the given network path" and I cant do anything in IAS.
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by:The_Kirschi
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What exactly are you trying to open? To me it sounds like you are trying to connect to a different network with VPN or something. But I assume you want to configure the IAS service on the W2K3 server?? Have a look at Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Internet Authentication Service. Or do I misunderstand?
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Yes I was trying to open the IAS service. I needed to be added to the remote access first group in AD. Works now. Close ticket.
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Add user to remote access group in AD.
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