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I want to configure EAP-TLS with Machine Authentication ONLY for a wireless network. The supplicant is the bulit-in supplicant in Windows XP SP3.

I found the following document:

-> How to enable computer-only authentication for a 802.1X-based network in Windows Vista, in Windows Server 2008, and in Windows XP Service Pack 3

But unforunately the needed command "netsh wlan" is not available in Windows XP -> "Note Windows XP SP3 and earlier versions of Windows XP do not support the netsh wlan command."

How can I change the settings without the "netsh wlan" command?

Thanks, mspoerr

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I should have read the whole document :(

-> `To set the value of the AuthMode registry entry for Windows XP SP3 wireless connections, follow these steps:

  1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.` ....

Thanks, mspoerr

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Good you fixed your problem! :p – Fogh Apr 6 '10 at 11:34

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