Once groups are added, test AD users in ISE under external identity store, AD, Connect to make sure the AD / ISE integration is working.
Next go to Authentication and verify you have a default 802.1x policy.
For some reason, my network location settings changed without asking me - even on my desktop PCs.
After that happened, I had the exact same problems as you described.
I am trying to save some money seeing as I'm a college student.
Thank you for any help Windows XP Version 5.1 with Service Pack 3..
To start off, its VERY important to check the time in AD (windows clock) and ISE (show clock command).
I used it as a testbed and installed Ubuntu Linux Linux is an operating system, just as Microsoft Windows or Apple’s Mac OS are operating systems.Long story short, I believe I have selected 'public' network when I should have chosen 'private' network as my default.The problem is that I cannot figure out how to change back from public to private network in Windows 10. " My response: I've had this exact same problem on multiple Windows 10 PCs and laptops in my home.network card has apparently not yet been configured, so I can’t activate over the ‘net. And yet, left to my own devices I had the machine activated in about 10 minutes. Linux was actually written from scratch, originally by Linus Torvalds.When I do the phone activation, the “installation ID” I’m supposed to give the Microsoft representative is blank. It was modeled extremely closely after the Unix operating system, a proprietary system developed by Bell Labs. There is no “generic” Linux; rather, it’s made available via various “distributions,” each tailored to meet specific criteria.I clicked the public network button, not thinking much of it - however, ever since then I cannot connect to my laptop using Remote Desktop (from the PC), nor can I use Tight VNC, which is an alternative to Remote Desktop.