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|21st April 2004, 14:19||#1|
Wireless authentication problem
I have set up an Internet Authentication Server in combination with an Active Directory server.
Everything works fine, i can connect and authenticate my users. But in my client i cannot change the user anymore. Anytime i want to connect it takes the first useraccount that i used. And i want to be able to change it, because different people need to connect from on my laptop (winxp) and all have different rights.
I use PEAP to connect.
Somebody who can help me?
|22nd April 2004, 13:13||#4|
I found the bug.
I call it a bug, m$ calls it a feature.
In the registry i have to delete an entry:
And then it works.
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