Windows – TTLS + PAP
To use EAP-TTLS / PAP requires the use of an 802.1X supplicant.
The following Operating Systems all include 802.1X supplicants and support EAPTTLS and PAP:
- Apple, iOS version 3.1.3 and higher and MAC OS
- Android v2.1 and higher and Google Chrome OS (for Chromebooks)
- Microsoft Windows v7+ (note: Windows Mobile does not support EAP-TTLS, v8+ supports in default installation – lower only with extra software/drivers)
- Blackberry 6A+
You can use our Profile Generator to automate user supplicant configuration (ie: iOS Profiles).
Right click on the Wlan Symbol >> Open Network and Sharing Center
Select check-box Connect automatically when this network is in range
In tab Security, make sure to have Security type WPA2-Enterprise, Encryption type AES, Network authentication protocol Microsoft: EAP-TTLS, then click on Settings
Review certificate details and make sure the Server thumbprint is EE 40 43 C7 0F 33 03 2D C9 B1 A6 F2 81 49 0A 0F 30 CA EC 87. Then click Connect button.
Enter your Google Apps credentials and click OK.
Username must be in format: email@example.com! Anything else still breaks connection functionality. If you still cannot connect, verify if that user IS CREATED on server side on your account on console. Otherwise will wont work.
If successful, you will see Connected status below your network name.