I run a large WPA2 Enterprise secured wifi environemnt with a radius authentication back-end. After yesterday's Windows 10 November update, we're seeing increased reports of inability to connect to these SSIDs.
Is anyone else seeing this type of user report?
I’m not familiar with problems due to Windows update for Windows 10, but I do have a few questions:
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My company also uses Enterprise WPA2 with PEAP and a user/password login for a personal employee network, and my client PC can no longer connect after Windows 10 Update 1511. The PC has an AC wifi card in it. I can see the network and I am prompted to enter my user name and password like my PC has not connected to it before, but when attempting to connect it fails with a message saying that the PC cannot connect to the network.
When I reverted my Windows 10 build back to the previous RTM build, I was able to connect to the network fine like I could prior to the update. The update was rolled out on Friday, November 13, 2015 to all Windows 10 users.
We're working to get the exact build of OS to test in-house, so I don't have an answer to a couple of the questions yet. Right now, it only seems to be Windows 10, Version 1511, build 10586 that is an update just release for the Home edition for now. I beleive the same update is being released for Pro and Enterprise at a later date.
We're using EAP-TLS authentication with WLC 126.96.36.199.
This may be true for Windows Enterprise, but the update has also been release to Windows 10 Pro, which is what I'm on. I can't confirm if there is a different build/version number I'm afraid, but it's the same update released to Home users on the same day.
We reached a breakthrough with our Radius authentication vendor.
Here is a descrtipton of the problem from the vendor:
Temporary workaround that I can confirm does work. The only problem is that it disables TLS 1.2 from negotiating at all.
Coming from a client point of view and not an administrator, I also cannot connect to my workplace WPA2-Enterprise following the November Windows 10 update. I can't find the KB for the update, but it was rolled out about a week ago and was a very large Windows 10 update which can be seen as a service pack of sorts. Any advice?