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Wireless 802.1x with minimum auth infrastructure on MR

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Wireless 802.1x with minimum auth infrastructure on MR

Current state: MR33 with psk. All corp computers are enrolled with Microsoft Intune with SCEP.

 

New requirement: How can we make this so that staff can move around the offices freely and not have to remember or enter a password for a registered device?

 

Questions: 

- Can Meraki talk to Intune directly? I can't find any info, mostly likely not?

- Radius server is a must?

- Is "Trusted acess" a solution that can scale not only on mobile but also windows computers?

 

Any suggestion is appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Wireless 802.1x with minimum auth infrastructure on MR

Microsoft makes this quite a complicated setup.

 

You have to must have an on-premise certificate server, and have Intune issue certificates from that using NDES.  You then need an on-premise NPS server, and you perform authentication against that using RADIUS.

 

A RADIUS server is a must.

 

 

Trusted Access does not support Windows to the best of my knowledge.

 

 

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Kind of a big deal

Re: Wireless 802.1x with minimum auth infrastructure on MR

Microsoft makes this quite a complicated setup.

 

You have to must have an on-premise certificate server, and have Intune issue certificates from that using NDES.  You then need an on-premise NPS server, and you perform authentication against that using RADIUS.

 

A RADIUS server is a must.

 

 

Trusted Access does not support Windows to the best of my knowledge.

 

 

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Re: Wireless 802.1x with minimum auth infrastructure on MR

I thought so. Thanks for your feedback. 

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