By creating the Network Policy server first, once we switch the authentication type from whatever to 802.1X via RADIUS, our Network Policy Server will immediately start processing requests and allowing machines on the domain.
You can find the answers in Appendix A, “Answers to the ‘Do I Know This Already?
Use the RADIUS Authentication section of Azure MFA Server to enable and configure RADIUS authentication.
If you have any suggestions on how to better the implementation I demonstrate here, please drop a comment below to improve security/stability of these types of deployments.🙂 First, we need to create a security group in Active Directory to allow a list of specific users and computers to login to the domain.
In this example, we will allow any authenticated user or machine on the domain to authenticate successfully to the RADIUS sever.
However when i try connecting from computers those are wireless, im getting this error : Windows cannot find a certificate to logon to the network.