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does Windows XP support EAP-GTC natively?

 
 
Darren Hosking
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      10-02-2005
I've read elsewhere that it does (with service pack 2 and WPA2 hotfix),
however, I can't see the functionality after upgrading to these.

What is the definitive answer?

If it's not supported now, is native support for EAP-GTC planned in the
future?

I want to use RSA tokens and was hoping there was native support rather than
having to deploy a third party supplicant.

Thanks, Darren


 
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