Certificate is not auto enrolling
Posted on 2015-02-19
I'm brand new to experts exchange and am hoping somebody can assist me with the below.
I'm not hugely familiar with CA's, NPS etc but here goes.
We have a Windows 2008 RADIUS server that manages connections to our Wireless network. It uses certificate based authentication.
Group policy takes care of auto enrolling clients. (My computer account is in an OU where the computer settings are set to auto enroll). For some reason I cannot get the CA to issue me a new certificate.
My machine (Windows 7) had a certificate but when trying to connect to the wifi I could see there was an error that I did not match any policy. I decided to remove the certificate from my machine so I would be issued a new one. This is where it doesn't work. I can see certificates being issued to other clients but it won't for me not matter how many times I log on/off or retstart. There are plenty of other users able to use the wifi with their issued certificates. If I log onto a machine that has just been rebuilt and not logged onto the domain before, the certificate gets issued. I can then export this to my other machine and it works fine.
When the certificate gets issued, should it go to the certificate store of the user account or computer?
Any help/advice to solve this would be greatly appreciated. I will try to answer any questions that may arise.