I'm setting up a new domain controller with IAS with certificate services for wireless authentication for our wireless users.
See if it is listed there or not - if not right click Tempaltes - New - Cert Template to Issue - select desired.
Table 2-1 compares the characteristics of the widely available EAP protocols: Note: Microsoft has announced EAP support for legacy operating systems in 2002 (Windows 2000, Windows NT 4, Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, and Windows ME).
Also, there are third-party EAP supplicants that provide support for EAP-TLS on various operating systems (Meetinghouse Data Communications EAP supplicant, for example).
In September 1999, the IEEE approved the 802.11b (2.4-gigahertz [GHz] range, 11-Mbps throughput) and 802.11a (5-GHz range, 54-Mbps throughput) extensions.
Since then, adoption of wireless LAN (WLAN) solutions in vertical (retail, education, health care, transportation, and so on) and horizontal markets has accelerated.