laptop authentication via Windows Database through ACS

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by richard.rees-jones@honda-eu.com, Jan 30, 2007.

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    Hi, We're getting a lot of "Machine authentication is not permitted"
    showing up in failed logs on the ACS server (v3.3). 2 laptops, that
    have previously connected successfully (WPA), and whose users are
    permitted via the Windows Domain Controllers, are side by side and
    within 10m (line of sight) of an AP. One connects the other doesn't,
    reporting back the above message. Cisco's only reference to this
    message is a table in a pdf listing the error message, but no
    explanation as in what circumstance does this message occur. Has
    anyone else had any exposure to this enigmatic error message, so they
    may shed some light my way??
     
    , Jan 30, 2007
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