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Hi,
we are trying to implement a WPA Enterprise powered Wifi Network in our customer's building, but we are encountering such a strange problem with the association between the authenticated host and the AD user: if I correctly authenticate my laptop to the properly configured Mikrotik AP with WPA2 Enterprise, sometimes I can get it associated with the user which I used to log in the Wifi Net (so the traffic rules which uses that user as parameter are correctly working), but the most times I can get it correctly associated in Kerio Control.
The static workaround that I found in the meanwhile is to associate the user with the laptop MAC address, so, when the laptop authenticates, it is associated to that user due to his corresponding MAC addr, and the traffic rules work correctly.
It's clear that this solution is not flexible; every MAC address (and so every device belonging to an user) has to be registered in Kerio in order to access correctly to his network resources.
Can anybody help me?
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