Hopefully someone can give me a definitive answer on this one:
Using the CTA client and an ACS for Windows server, is it possible to have both single sign-on and PAC auto-provisioning at the same time. I can get either one to work. If I disable EAP-GTC on the ACS server single sign-on works but PAC auto-provisioning does not. If I enable EAP-GTC PAc auto-provisioning works but I am promted for my password by CTA when I login. Is it possible to have both????
Here is some more detail on my setup:
I have setup a test network running 802.1x. I have an ACS for Windows server that can correctly authenticate against AD, both the ACS server and a win2000 client, and the server and client each have valid machine certificates.
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