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Authentication popuplogin prompt in windows using Radius.

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Hi, this is my first post here so bear with me.

Im using Radius on a 2003 server to authenticate users from a wireless netowork, where I am using a dlink dap-2590. It authenticates to an Acive Diectory which is on the same server as the Radius. It works nicely when i log on manually chosing to authenticate with username and password.

What i am struggling with, is that when i try to use a windows 7(have not tested on other windows os) to connect to the wireless network it doesnt get a popup/login prompt that says username and password. Been playing around, and searching on the net trying to find an answer, but nothing.

Is there somethig i have to configure in the windows 2003 server with Radius or does it lie with the d-link dap2590? What am I missing?
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barrymercer earned 2000 total points
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Hi
Is it set to automatically use your domain credentials rather than prompting for them?
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by:Lenblock
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yeah, that was it. Tested with a non-domain user and the popup came. Thnx :)
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Simple and nice solution
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