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Windows 7: EAP-TTLS securew2

25 Jan 2009   #11
Happyface0

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ab111 View Post
Ok I have attached the xml file as a txt document. Hopefully you can edit it and get it to work for you. If you need anything else let me know and I can try to help out
Thanks, this was very useful to me as I go to WLU also! No editing required!


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26 Jan 2009   #12
FlipperPA

Windows 7/Linux
 
 

Hey gang, I figured mine out, and here's how, just in case anyone is still having problems... you'll need to know your wireless network SSID, as well as your authentication server (referred to throughout as YourNetwork and auth.yourwork.com)... and it didn't even required that I do the XML export/import:
  1. Download http://www.securew2.com/resources/Se..._Suite_113.zip - the EAP Suite v 1.13, and install it. Most likely, you'll have to restart Windows 7 after the install.
  2. After reboot, click the Windows start button, then Control Panel. The Control Panel opens.
  3. In the left pane, click Control Panel Home, then in the right pane under the Network and Internet section click View network status and tasks.
  4. In the left pane, click Manage wireless networks. A list of previously connected wireless networks appears.
  5. If YourNetwork appears in the list, double-click the YourNetwork icon and go to step 12. Otherwise, proceed to the next step.
  6. Click Add.
  7. Click Manually create a network profile. A dialogue box appears.
  8. In the Network name: field, type YourNetwork
  9. In the Security type: drop-down box, select 802.1x.
  10. Click Next. The message 'Successfully added YourNetwork' should appear.
  11. Click Change connection settings. The YourNetwork Wireless Network properties dialogue box appears.
  12. Click the Security tab.
  13. Ensure the settings are as follows:
    • Security type: 802.1x
    • Encryption type: WEP
    • Choose a network authentication method: SecureW2 EAP-TTLS
    • Check the Cache user information for subsequent connections to this network check box
  14. Click Settings...
  15. Click New and enter YourNetwork. Click OK.
  16. In the Connection tab, ensure the Use alternate outer identity checkbox is selected, and the Use anonymous outer identity radio button is selected.
  17. Ensure the Enable session resumption (quick connect) checkbox is selected.
  18. In the Certificates tab, ensure the Verify server certificate checkbox is selected, then click Add CA. Locate and highlight Thawte Premium Server CA then click Add CA.
  19. Ensure the Verify server name: checkbox is selected, then enter auth.yournetwork.com in the corresponding field.
  20. In the Authentication tab, for the Select Authentication Method: drop-down menu, ensure PAP is selected.
  21. Click Advanced.
  22. Ensure the Allow users to setup new connections checkbox is selected.
  23. Click OK to close each open dialogue box.
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