ISA server 2003 authentication

Posted on 2011-10-25
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
i have users authenticating againbst a policy that uses domain users group to authenticate
but i would like also to restrict authentication against domain computer also.

but when i select Doamin users AND domain computers it fails to authenticate wireless logons

how can i select both?
Question by:Rbauckham69
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    Can you log traffic in the console.

    ISA Console - monitoring - Logging tab.

    Create a query for a client and you'll see why it failed.

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