No. I enabled 'Authenticate as computer' on clients and I correctly see
successful authentications (host\clients) in Radius logs.
This is exactly what I want: machines are authenticate and able to receive
domain-wide policies and scripts and especially to authenticate new users,
previously never logged.
"For the best security, though, when a user logs on to the workstation, the
user should be forced to reauthenticate to the switch. Such a measure
protects against the situation I described earlier, in which an unauthorized
user gains access to an authorized computer and uses a local account such as
Administrator to successfully log on."
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