We have begun to have issues where PC's that are logged off are attempting and failing to authenticate to the wireless and becoming blacklisted.
If users don't have a cached account on the PC's, they're unable to log in to the device. We're forced to either plug the device in hardwire, or have a user that does have a cached account log in, then have the other user log on before the PC is blacklisted again.
Is there a way to stop a PC from trying to do client authentication? I'm not sure why only some PC's are doing this, but it seems to only affect windows 7, and only a few devices. They are all running the same image and are all in the same container in AD.
If no way to stop a device from attempting client authetication, can you provide some links for setting up the machine authetication?
We keep seeing this error in NCS:
Client '80:9b:20:c5:fe:d8 (0.0.0.0)' which was associated with interface '802.11b/g/n' of AP 'NWB-FL1B-AP14' is excluded. The reason code is '4(802.1X Authentication failed 3 times.)'.