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Using Host-Based EAP

Obtaining CA and User Certificates

EAP-TLS and PEAP authentication require the use of certificates. EAP-TLS requires both a Certificate
Authority (CA) certificate and a user certificate while PEAP requires only a CA certificate. After you
import the necessary certificates, you should not have to repeat this procedure until the certificates expire
(at a time that is predetermined by the certificate server).
Chapter 8
If you have not yet obtained a CA certificate (for EAP-TLS or PEAP) and a user certificate (for
EAP-TLS), follow the steps below.
Step 1
Obtain the certificate file(s) (*.cer or *.crt) from your system administrator.
Establish an ActiveSync connection between your laptop or PC and your Windows CE device.
Step 2
Open Windows Explorer on your laptop or PC.
Step 3
Copy the certificate file(s) and paste them into a folder under My Computer > Mobile Device.
Step 4
Follow the steps in the
Step 5
Certificate" section on page 5-19

Obtaining a CA Certificate

If you are planning to use EAP-TLS or PEAP authentication on a PPC 2002 device, follow the steps
below to import the CA certificate.
Step 1
Select Start > Programs > Cisco > CertMgr. The Certificate Manager screen appears (see
Figure 5-4
Cisco Aironet Wireless LAN Client Adapters Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows CE
provides instructions for viewing and removing certificates, if necessary.
"Obtaining a CA Certificate"
to import the certificate file(s) for your Windows CE device.
Certificate Manager Screen
Chapter 5
Configuring the Client Adapter
section below and the
"Obtaining a User


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