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Wireless doesn't work in Vista
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
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On Windows XP, I connect to my institution's wireless network as
Basically, this is what I do:
- Install a certificate
- Configure the wireless connection as described in the link
- Log in to the network with my credentials
On Windows Vista, this doesn't seem to work.
I am getting the 'Enter Credential' window. After logging in with my
credentials, nothing happens. A moment later, I get the 'Enter
Credential' window again.
I configured the wireless connection properties as follows:
-> Network name: a1200bg
-> Security type: 802.1x
-> Encryption type: WEP
-> Choose a network authentication method: Protected EAP (PEAP)
Protected EAP Properties:
-> Validate Server Certificate: Checked
--> Connect to these servers: hal.hiof.no
-> Trusted Root Certification Authorities: chose checked adequate
certificate (CA Hiof)
-> Do not prompt user to ... : Unchecked
-> Select Authentication Method: Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2)
-> Enable Fast Reconnect: Checked
-> Enable Quarantine Check: Unchecked
-> Disconnect if server is ... : Unchecked
EAP-MSCHAP v2 Properties:
-> Automatically user my Windows logon ...: Unchecked
Something I'm doing is obviously wrong.
How do I connect to that wireless network correctly?