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Windows 7: EAP-TTLS securew2

08 Jan 2009   #1
ab111

Windows Xp Pro, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate build 6956
 
 
EAP-TTLS securew2

I did a quick search but couldn't find anything.

I am trying to use windows 7 build 7000 32 bit for connecting to my school network as I find working on Windows 7 much easier than vista or xp. The school says to use securew2 which works fine for me on vista. The network uses EAP-TTLS with PAP to connect. When I go to setup the network authentication method the securew2 option is not in the drop down menu to select which I need to configure all the settings. I have tried to install securew2 with compatability mode under vista and xp and always installing as admin. Is there a way to do this with a different piece of software? Is there a workaround for choosing a different authentication method? So i need somehow to connect with 802.1X authentication and EAP-TTLS with PAP inner authentication

Thanks


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12 Jan 2009   #2
mixxster

Windows 7
 
 

Please if you find the answer, post it here. I really need this too. There is a thread on neowin as well. EAP-TTLS in Win7 - Neowin Forums
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15 Jan 2009   #3
FlipperPA

Windows 7/Linux
 
 

Firlian has figured a temporary work around, but if anyone can find a better solution (without needing Vista, for example!), please post it! Here's the work around post:

SecureW2 Community • View topic - SecureW2 on Windows 7
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15 Jan 2009   #4
ab111

Windows Xp Pro, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate build 6956
 
 

Flipper PA thanks a lot for that. It worked for me with a little tweak to that guide in step 2 the command didn't work for me but it was something small I changed which a blurb will be given in cmd to tell you that its wrong and what to fix.

Thanks again
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15 Jan 2009   #5
FlipperPA

Windows 7/Linux
 
 

Any chance I could get a copy of that XML file? I don't have a working copy of Vista so I still haven't been able to get it running correctly! I'm guessing I'd have to manually edit the XML file, but could easily import it to the 7 beta. Maybe attach the XML file you generated here as a .txt attachment? That'd be a big help to everyone!
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15 Jan 2009   #6
ab111

Windows Xp Pro, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate build 6956
 
 

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


Attached Files
File Type: txt Wireless Network Connection-laurierwireless.txt (1.3 KB, 1922 views)
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15 Jan 2009   #7
FlipperPA

Windows 7/Linux
 
 

Thank you! This should help, I just need to convert my SSID to hex, from a cursory glance! I'll report more later.
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15 Jan 2009   #8
FlipperPA

Windows 7/Linux
 
 

Huh, I'm gettnig a Profile format error 0x80001 when I try to add with netsh: The profile is invalid according to the schema. The network connection profile is corrupted. I can't see anything wrong in the XML, I'll keep playing, but if anyone else can post their XML file as a source, it'd be appreciated!

Regards,

-Flip
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15 Jan 2009   #9
ab111

Windows Xp Pro, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 Ultimate build 6956
 
 

I had that error too. What solved it for me was that I had actually forgot to install the securew2 on my windows 7 partition. So after I installed that and then imported it, it worked. Hopefully its something as easy as that.
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15 Jan 2009   #10
FlipperPA

Windows 7/Linux
 
 

I'm pretty sure I need TTLS - if anyone has the correct definition for the XML file (or a separate for TTLS rather than EAP), help would be great! Thanks, ab111.
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