We have a couple of users who are unable to connect to our Cisco WLAN 2704 using LDAP authentication. We have created a wifi group called Canada Wifi which users are added to when they need wifi access.
1) Deleted and recreated user profile
2) Tested connectivity on other laptops
Both instances the user fails to connect due to a "user error".
RSOP shows the user is in the group that requires access. Also gpresult /R and gpresult /r /scope *computer* shows they are within the required groups.
I would take a look at these user accounts in active directory. Take a look at the dial in tab and see if they are blocked or allowed. They should be set to allowed or control access through remote access
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