I have 2 Windows 2003 ACS 3.2 servers. I am in the process of upgrading them to ACS 4.0. I am using them for WPA2/PEAP wireless authentication in a WDS environment. I recently upgraded one to ACS 4.0 and ever since that time some (not all) of my Windows XP clients have started to not be authenticated and logging the error "EAP-TLS or PEAP authentication failed during SSL handshake" on the ACS 4.0 server. During the upgrade (which was successful) I did change the Certificate since the current one was going to expire November 2007.
The clients that do not authenticate on the ACS 4.0 server I can point to the ACS 3.2 server and they successfully authenticate there. I am able to resolve the issue by recreating the Windows XP PEAP profile for the wireless network and by getting a new client Cert. But, I have a couple of questions:
Is the "EAP-TLS or PEAP authentication failed during SSL handshake" error due to the upgrade to ACS 4.0 or to the fact that I changed the Certificate, or both?
Can this error ("EAP-TLS or PEAP authentication failed during SSL handshake") be resolved without me touching every Windows XP client (we have over 250+)?
Thanks for the help