I got it working on Windows 7 and Windows XP after long and hard fiddling. To get Windows 7 to connect, I found the easiest way was to start from scratch by creating a new wireless connection instead of trying to join a wireless network that shows up in the list of available networks to connect to.
Open Network and Sharing Center.
- Select Manage wireless networks in the left menu.
- Click the Add button, and select Manually create a network profile.
- Enter following data, as shown in the image below, then click Next:
- Network name: YOURNETWORKNAME
- Security type: WPA2-Enterprise
- Encryption type: AES
- Security Key: <leave blank>
- If you want your computer to automatically select CAEN whenever it is available, check Start this connection automatically:
- You will see a window that says Successfully added YOURNETWORKNAME. Do not close this window yet. Click Change connection settings
- In the YOURNETWORKNAME Wireless Network Properties window, select the Security tab:
- In the drop-down menu for Choose a network authentication method, select Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP).
- If you do not wish to enter your password each time you connect, check the box next to Remember my credentials for this connection each time I'm logged on.
- Click the Settings button.
- In the Protected EAP Properties window (shown below), uncheck the Validate server certificate box.
- Make sure the box next to Enable Fast Reconnect is checked.
- Under Select Authentication Method, select Secured password (EAP-MSCHAP v2), and click the Configure... button.
- Uncheck Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain if any), and click OK
- Click OK, to close the Protected EAP Properties window, and return to the YOURNETWORKNAME Wireless Network Properties window.
- Click the Advanced settings button.
- In the 802.1X settings tab, check the box next to Specify authentication mode and select User authentication from the drop-down menu
- Click OK to close the Advanced settings window, and click OK again to close the YOURNETWORKNAME Wireless Network Properties window.
- If you are in range of a YOURNETWORKNAME wireless access point, you will be automatically be prompted to Enter/select additional logon information
- When prompted for Network Authentication, enter your username and password
I was also able to get our other Netgear wireless access points to work with Snow Leopard Server's Radius authentication. Under Server Admin->RADIUS->Base Stations:
- Click the PLUS button
- Give it a name you want (like model/location)
- In the Type field put "other" without the quotes
- Put in the IP address of the access point
- Enter a Shared Secret for this access point
Hope this helps as it was hard to find and figure out all this stuff on our own. Figured it was my turn to pay back to the forums
I followed these steps exactly and nothing. I get tls session failed in radius log. Running 10.6.8 server. I don't see a way to change the ttls/ tls setting in radius configuration. How did you all get these settings to work? Also I ended up hardwiring Apple TV due to complications with not having a new enough os to run apple configurator to upload a connection file... Anyway sorry that's off topic. Any suggestions? Did all the people claiming it works all have the asme network adapter on the windows side?