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Question: SSL/TLS 1.0 & Kerberos


I have a corporate environment setup and and everyone here is using Mac OS X El Capitan and Sierra. We are in the works of switching our authentication system. However in doing that we need to add a RADIUS server to our wireless. For some reason I can't get MacBooks running High Sierra to connect if using 802.1x. After talking w/ the hardware vendor they have ruled it out to be the TLS 1.2 enforcing on High Sierra. Is there a way to allow lesser versions of the protocol. I know I can do this w/ Windows and Linux.

Also, Is there some sort of auto-discovery for Kerberos on High Sierra? When I went to configure and test it I was able to do a kinit username and then it brought up the domain of the old zone we are going to be migrating from.

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Question: SSL/TLS 1.0 & Kerberos