Well, it seems something missing in the config. but you have to isolate.
What is the WCS versoin you are using?
The troubleshoot steps mentioned in the same link you put:
To troubleshoot, perform the following steps:
•Verify if the RADIUS packet is an access accept.
•Verify the task names for the user group in the access accept.
•Look at the different length fields in the RADIUS packet.
Advise: try always to use config guide for the same version you are using. If you have WCS 7.x use config guide for 7.x. The link you put is for WCS 5.1. In this case they have almost same thing for your step. Howeve, sometimes they differ.
Your step is now to capture the traffic and see if there is access-accept or access-reject. If access-accept then study the packet and make sure it is with same format that is needed with all VSAs included.
You check IAS logs also to see if the auth request succeeded or failed. but you still need to view the packet to verify it's content. (not sure if packet contents appear in IAS logs, but if they do then it is enough to check the logs to see what was sent).
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