Cisco validating identity error

Please refer to our documentation regarding NPS policy configuration.When testing RADIUS authentication it is possible that the user password may be incorrect.Windows Event Viewer can be found by navigating to Start The following common configuration errors may result in RADIUS authentication failing. To resolve this, a certificate will need to be installed or renewed on your NPS server, in order to establish TLS.Though the error codes outlined below are specific to Windows NPS, the following configuration check should be made regardless of RADIUS server vendor: 1. WPA2 Enterprise authentication requires your Cisco Meraki Access Points be added as RADIUS Clients on your NPS Server.To resolve visit our KB on Creating a Policy in NPS to Support PEAP-MSCHAPv2 Authentication.If you receive Event ID 6273 with Reason Code 66 when testing with the RADIUS Test feature on Dashboard, this is usually indicative of the authentication settings incorrectly configured the Network Policy on your NPS server.If the Dashboard test passes and you receive this error when testing with a Windows 7 client ensure the client's WPA-2 Enterprise settings are correct.

This article addresses Windows event log messages, possible causes for the error events, and recommended solutions. If this is the case, you will see Event ID 6273 with Reason Code 23 in the Network Policy and Access Services logs, shown below.

To resolve, ensure when Adding a Gateway AP as a RADIUS Client in NPS that the Shared Secret matches the Secret on Configure If you receive Event ID 6273 with Reason Code 48 when testing with the RADIUS Test feature on Dashboard, this is usually indicative of an incorrectly configured Network Policy on your NPS server.

To resolve please refer to our documentation on creating an NPS policy for PEAP MSCHAPv2.

If this is the case, you will see Event ID 6273 with Reason Code 8 in the Network Policy and Access Services logs, see the image below.

To resolve ensure the username is correct and is present in the Windows group specified on your network policy.

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