802.1x Authentication for non-domain machines

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Is it possible to assign non-domain machines a certificate to authenticate
to a wireless network?
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    The computer itself can not authenticate to the domain if it does not have a
    computer account in Active Directory via EAP-TLS. If you use PEAP there is
    no computer authentication - only user configuration at the client end but
    all computers would need to trust the certificate on the IAS server. A non
    domain computer can request a certificate from a domain CA via Web
    Enrollment and is often done for ipsec offline certificate requests. There
    is also a Microsoft wireless newsgroup where you may want to post. ---
    Steve


    "Carlos A. Morillo" <carlos.morillo@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
    news:O69TDnsPFHA.248@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
    > Is it possible to assign non-domain machines a certificate to authenticate
    > to a wireless network?
    >
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