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No Log entries for LDAP communication on a Microsoft NPS Server

    LDAP communication to the NPS server should begin communicating with LDAP and get 4400 event IDs.  I have joined the server to the domain, added it to a "IAS" "RAS" group, added the NPS Role, received a Cert, and installed the Cert.  When I check the NPS Logs, I see no LDAP communication.  I see connection attempts to the clients, but of course those get rejected.  
    What am I missing, or what can I check to verify that the NPS server is communicating with the domain controllers?
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Maybe this will help.

Turn on logging (initially) for both authentication and accounting records. Modify these selections after you have determined what is appropriate for your environment.
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You could always use Network Monitor and grab a packet capture as well
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