Hi,

I tried to implement 802.1x authentication in LAN and WLAN. It partly works.

Therefore I wanted to have a look at the logs like I was used to do with IAS

on Windows Server 2003.

The checkboxes in the props of nps are enabled, I also followed the

recommendations of KB 951005. No logging at all on the server side (except

for the "a LDAP connection with DC .... fo domain .... is established"). I

enabled the "logon event" and "account logon event" in the local policy for

both successful and unsuccesful events. The result of this is that only

successful events are logged in the Security Eventlog (e.g 6272 - NPS granted

access to a user and 6278 - NPS granted full access to a user because the

host met the defined health policy (by the way, there is no health policy at

all)).

Is it possible to activate any verbose logging?

Kind regards,

Dagmar

According to the Linksys Support Hotline my switch is noch compatible to

Windows Server 2008 Radius (this is true for all Linksys products - however

WRT54G works).

Regards,

Dagmar

Windows Server 2008 Radius (this is true for all Linksys products - however

WRT54G works).

Regards,

Dagmar

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