Radius Server Authentication Failure

I Have a Radius Server that is installed with NPS, DNS and DC in it, the problem is when the computers try to connect wireless they are met with authentication failure.When i look on the radius client and check the event logs the it display "authentication failure"-nothing more.
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Daniel HelgenbergerCommented:
Please have a look at the NPS role logs on your Windows Server event viewer. They are quite informative and often tell you exactly at which point the auth failed.

Please post one log entry here for analyses, if you like.

Also make sure the user's have remote dial in permissions or set the auth policy in NPS to overwrite this AD attribute (recommended).
NkopsAuthor Commented:
I found out that the access point wireless service was not ticked to function or broadcast.

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NkopsAuthor Commented:
i found a setting on the HP MSM422 access point that needed to be ticked in order to funtion seamlessly with the nps.
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