iOS PEAP-TLS Wifi Authentication with Microsoft NPS Server Error 300

I have PEAP working with MSCHAPv2 on an iPad, but I cannot get PEAP working with 'Microsoft: Smart Card or other certificate' for authentication.

The error I get is this:
Reason Code: 300
Reason: No credentials are available in the security package

I can get 'Microsoft: Smart Card or other certificate' (without PEAP) authentication working on the iPad using the certificate I created for it.

Please help.
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Last time I checked, iPads don't support PEAP-TLS (certificates), only PEAP-MsChapv2 (password).  However you can use EAP-TLS (and it sounds like you got that working).  To my knowledge PEAP-TLS (also known as PEAP-EAP-TLS is a Microsoft-only thing).

One thing that adds to the confusion is the different terminology in use to refer to the same thing.  You may see PEAP-MsChapv2 referred to as PEAPv0.  I've seen EAP-TLS referred to as just TLS in some Apple settings.
byt3Author Commented:
That's lame that Apple doesn't support PEAP-TLS anymore.
To my knowledge, they never have.  I've seen documentation 5-6 years old and compared it to something pretty recent and the accepted auth methods haven't changed.  But I don't have any specific knowledge beyond that period.

But I too wish that they would support use of PEAP-TLS.

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byt3Author Commented:
Apple made me sad.
And you win an award for the best closing comment ever!
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