logon using Wireless/WiFI

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by MEngrie, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. MEngrie

    MEngrie Guest

    Till now I first must logon to the Windows domain or locally before
    being able to connect to the WiFi netwerk. Hence since the was no
    network at logon, I loading profiles and other setting from a roaming
    profile is not possible and a local profile is loaded.

    This is a reverse situation. I should be able to connect to the WiFi
    netwerk first and logon to the Windows domain using the standard login
    procedure. This way it would be like if I were connected through a
    wired connection.

    Is there a way to set-up the desired situation? All hints are most

    FYI: I have a Dell Latitude D800 using the build-in Intel Centrino
    2100A wireless network miniPCI adapter. The Intel ProSet software is
    loaded. WiFI network is Cisco using LEAP to authenicate and encrypt
    traffic. All this works fine in the non-desired situation.
    MEngrie, Sep 15, 2004
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  2. MEngrie

    eth0 Guest


    required reading ;)

    In short: your wlan doesn't activate until -after- user logon, henc
    no roaming profiles, drivemappings, policies & stuff.

    If your budget, knowledge and infrastructure permits: go for machin
    (computer) based certificates, 802.1x EAP-TLS and Radius

    eth0, Oct 2, 2004
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