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Configuring EAP-TTLS + PAP Authentication on Windows 8 and 10

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The following steps outline how to configure a Windows 8 or 10 device to authenticate to a Meraki wireless network configured to use WPA2-Enterprise 802.1X with Google Auth:

  1. In Windows, navigate to the Network and Sharing Center:
  2. Click Set up a new connection or network.
  3. Select Manually connect to a wireless network:
  4. Enter information for the wireless network:
    • Specify your SSID name.
    • Select WPA2-Enterprise as the security type:
  5. After the new WiFi configuration is successfully added, click Change connection Settings to open the connection properties:
  6. Go the the Security tab under the connection properties page.
    1. Choose Microsoft: EAP-TTLS as the authentication method. 
    2. Click Settings:
    3. Uncheck Enable identity privacy.
    4. Select PAP as the non-EAP method for authentication:
  7. ​Close the TTLS Properties window, then select Advanced Settings:
    1. Check Specify authentication mode.
    2. Select User authentication.
    3. Click Save credentials.
    4. Enter the user’s credentials:
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