WPA2-Entreprise: which certificate to avoid changing Validate server certificate for Windows guest ?
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Tue Sep 11 14:22:33 CEST 2018
All your replies are very interesting !
Thank you very very much for sharing them here.
I'll have to read them in greater details !
Le mar. 11 sept. 2018 à 13:59, Stefan Winter <stefan.winter at restena.lu> a
> > I have no definite answer. Loading a file with all the details of the
> > connection is how it works for Mac, but I am not sure it can be acheived
> > with Windows (in fact, eduroam people have worked on that a bit and I
> > don't think they came up with any solution, so I don't think it can be
> > done).
> For the sake of the mailing list archive: this comment is actively
> unhelpful and wrong.
> Or ask a search engine of your choice for "Enterprise Wi-Fi onboarding
> > Test it is my best advice, then if it works, tell you users that all
> > they have to do is to accept the certificate on the first connection.
> No. They should be pre-provisioned with the expected certificate and
> should never be bothered with the term "certificate" at all, or be
> trained to accept strange security warnings.
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