EAP if not logged into domain

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Sep 11th, 2008

So if someone is not logged into their domain, and they are just using a local account on a laptop, what happens when they try to get on an 802.1x wlan? Does it prompt them for user/pass?

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Correct Answer by bbxie about 8 years 4 months ago

the first time you try to join a WLAN, it will prompt you to input username/password, then the username/password will be cached locally by default untill you delete the WLAN profile and recreate it in WIN XP

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bbxie Thu, 09/11/2008 - 20:04

the first time you try to join a WLAN, it will prompt you to input username/password, then the username/password will be cached locally by default untill you delete the WLAN profile and recreate it in WIN XP

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