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How to view PEAP Server certificate at wireless client

Hi, my wireless LAN is running on PEAP, with the PEAP server, which is Microsoft IAS, having a public certficate. With the server validation turned at the wireless client, how do I view the server certificate details at the client?

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Re: How to view PEAP Server certificate at wireless client

Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP) does not require a client side certificate as long as the server certificate is correct because Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP) is based on server-side Extensible Authentication Protocol Transport Layer Security (EAP-TLS). Client certificate authentication is not required. Only the server is authenticated using certificates.

For the further description for the PEAP Under Unified Wireless Networks with Microsoft Internet Authentication Service (IAS) following URL may help you

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6366/products_configuration_example09186a0080921f67.shtml#conwirecli

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Re: How to view PEAP Server certificate at wireless client

what i meant is how to view that server certificate information at the wireless client host. Is that server certificate stored somewhere? I am not refering to the root CA certificate.

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Re: How to view PEAP Server certificate at wireless client

you can check this under the MMC console of the client

from the 'run' menu type in 'MMC', from the file tab select 'add and remove snap-in' click on 'add' choose 'Certificate' from the menu and then local user account.

from here you can now view your personal certificates and CA authority certicates

hope this helps

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Re: How to view PEAP Server certificate at wireless client

I am able to view the root CA certificate of the PEAP server, but the PEAP server certificate itself is not.

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