OK, so I have my MPS working. I am authenticating all sorts of Cisco devices and I can even authenticate the admin login from the WCS server. UNLESS I add more than 27 of the custom settings in the Cisco-AV-Pair that the WCS uses to define the logged in user rights. Anything after the 27th setting the login times out and the WCS denies access. I go back to 27 and it logs in fine. There are 73 settings for the default admin user.
Anyone have any ideas why this is happening or better yet, how to get around it?
I have been searching through the MS technet to see if there is a limitation built in to the NPS, but I have yet to find anything.
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I have not gotten any other feedback and I have not been ablet to identify anything on technet about it. It will happen with any role that requires more than 27 of the Cisco-AV-Pair settings. It is working fine for stuff like the Lobby administrator logins, that require less than 5 access rules to be passed from the NPS, but that just goes to show that it is working as long as I do ot hit the 27 "line-item" limit.
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