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cisco PEAP Authentication on windows 7

Posted on 2014-02-25
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Dear Experts,

I am trying to connect my office WiFi network, but could not able to connect. I have seen in properties of Wi-Fi that I am missing Authentication for CISCO PEAP. can any one guide me how  to add the CISCO PEAP manually, as my friends can connect the office Wi-Fi easily.

Please help me to add CISCO PEAP Authentication  in windows 7

thanks in advance
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Just throwing out a guess that you either don't trust the PEAP server certificate, or you need credentials other than what you used to login to your machine. Attached is a picture of where to change the settings. Go to Manage Wireless Connections, highlight the one you are trying to connect to (if it is not in the list, you may need to add it manually first), right-click and select properties. From there you can follow the picture to not validate certificate and/or not use the automatic user/pass.
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I updated my machine drivers, it starts working
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updated machine drivers as well as windows
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