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Win7 Wifi access with external CA Certificate: cannot specify user

Q: Win7 Wifi access with external CA Certificate: cannot specify user

Hi, I need to connect to a wireless WPA-Enterprise network, using smartcard certificates provided by an official CA. The authentication is made with a windows radius server configured for checking each user on an Active Directory server. Each user has the
public key's certificate mapped in AD. Trying to connect to the wifi using a win7 client, it asks me only the smartcard PIN but not the username: the username is taken from the subject's certificate. In winXP it was possibile to specify the username, but I
don't know how to do in win7: it only asks for pin. Can I have a help?

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Hello,

I am trying to resolve an issue where multiple client computers in the organisation are using an internally deployed Root CA certificate (before my time and no longer required) to sign the end entity certificate for external websites, google.co.uk
for example. All SSL sites appeared to be affected by this.




However this is not the case as sub domains of sites with issues show the correct cert chain, the below is for mail.google.com




Removing or untrusting this root ca cert breaks access to these sites.

I have reset root certs in various ways, removed machines from the domain, applied no GPOs, manually updated CRL and pulled down updated certs with rootsupd.exe.
It always attempts to use this rouge CA cert to sign the websites cert.

Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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We have a small office and already have a firewall in place that uses content filtering. I am looking for a low cost wireless access point that I can place behind my firewall that will allow me to control access by a username and password list, not just the passkey.

Does this exist without having to go to an Aruba or Ruckus type enterprise WIFI product?
 

A:WIFI Access Points with User Access Control

Yes.

What's your budget?

Are you aware of the IAPs from Aruba? Provides most of the functionality of their full blown controller based systems at a smaller cost. I have an Aruba IAP 105 running at my vacation home right now.

The feature you're looking for is 802.1X authentication. I haven't implemented this yet on my Aruba gear but have done it with a Netgear WG102 AP. You'll need a RADIUS and LDAP/AD server to implement this. And depending on how you implement the system, you'll need a certificate authority.
 

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seems that "Microsoft Certificate Trust List Publisher" Certificate Valid:01.27.2017-04.12.2018 is missing following EKU
'Microsoft Trust List Signing' (1.3.6.1.4.1.311.10.3.1) ?!
-ExtendedKeyUsage
     -Usage
          [ oid] 1.3.6.1.4.1.311.10.3.1
          [ name] Microsoft Trust List Signing
-ErrorStatus
     [ value] 10
     [ CERT_TRUST_IS_NOT_VALID_FOR_USAGE] true
Note: KB2328240 is imho not permanently fixing this problem ! (*curing only some derivated symptoms)

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Hi All,

I have read through a lot of other posts but can't find a solution related to my issue.

I have a Dell XPS laptop with Windows 7 Ultimate I want to use for bridging the Ethernet connection to it's WiFi connection. WiFi connects perfectly to the net. I enabled ICS on the WiFi and then bridged the WiFi and Ethernet connections.

WiFi still connects to the net fine on the XPS, but when I connected another PC to the laptop via Ethernet, it only shows a 169.254.116.152 IP address on the PC and throws a Network Error "Windows has detected an IP address conflict." It looks like for some reason DHCP on the XPS is not assigning an IP to the PC to bridge the Ethernet connection to the WiFi on the XPS.

When I do "ipconfig /renew" on the PC it says "An error occurred while renewing interface local area connection... The DHCP client has obtained an IP Address that is already in use on the network... "

I am a fairly technical person having built computers and network for the last 20 years, I've been trying multiple solutions for hours and reading everything I can, but this one has me stumped.

Thanks in advance for any assistance
 

A:Network Bridge WiFi to Ethernet Win7 IP conflict no DHCP - advanced user needs help

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Hello,

So i dropped my Western Digital external hard drive (3.5'', 1.5T) a few days ago (way past the warranty) and it opened up (the base fell off) so I just clicked the base back in. The usb 2.0 connector is warped but when i connected the external to my comp, everything worked fine. So a couple days after that I wiggled the part that connects the USB cable to the external and right after that point, I have been getting really weird problems with my external.

Here is what happens:

1) whenever i open 'my computer' when the external is plugged in, it takes FOREVER for my computer to respond (there is this green bar that fills up near the address bar). If i try to right click my external, the window automatically freezes and i waited for an hour and still doesn't respond. So i am forced to end task it. If my external is no plugged in, 'my comp' works fine.

2) if i wait long enough for my computer to load completely (takes about an hour) without touching anything, and i try to access my external in ANY way (through browsing for a file through my antivirus, or any software, the software will 100% become unresponsive (says 'not responding' and if i click the window, it goes all while).)

3) sometimes when i try to access my external i get the error "windows cannot access this ________(something, can't remember)'. This rarely happens, and I don't know how to get win7 to give me this error.

4) i tried to scan my external with bitdefender but when i tried to select my ext... Read more

A:Win7 cannot access my WD 1.5T external HD no matter what i try

Um, It is probably the drive. If there is nothing "life and death critical" on it, chalk it up to experience. If there is, you do have a back up right?

Drive recover can be quite expensive.

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I have a freecom external HDD that I use with user level-access protection on a win7 home premium64bit PC that just died completely. I have tried to connect it to both on XP Pro and new Win8.1 laptops but get "F:\ is not accessible access is denied" errors in both. Am I stuffed or is there hope (contents are an extensive music collection and family photos)? I hoped the protection was held within my Win 7 settings but it seems to be on the drive itself?

A:Cannot access external HDD on other PC after protecting it in Win7

Hi

You need to change permission settings or make yourself as the owner of the root folder. Please follow the below steps.

1. Download "Add_Take_Ownership.reg" from http://www.sevenforums.com/attachmen..._ownership.reg

2.Double click on the Reg file and confirm "Yes" to import the setting to Registry. This will add a new item "Take Ownership" in right click context menu.

3. Right click on the drive letter of partition in question and select "Take Ownership".


A CMD window will popup and run the command to set the current user as the owner of all folders, files and sub folders. Wait for it ti finish ( may take sometime depending on the amount of data ). Once it finished, try accessing your files.
4. Remove the context menu item by running http://www.sevenforums.com/attachmen..._ownership.reg
I would recommend reading Take Ownership Shortcut

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Hello,

Like many people in this forum I have trouble in Windows getting a working internet connection (three wifi bars, with a yellow exclamation mark).
I had a Realtek RTL8188CU usb wireless adapter which had issues. After trying almost every solution on the internet, I bought a different USB Adapter, a Sitecom WLA-2102 with the latest drivers. Same problem.

I have reinstalled Windows 7 multiple times, and also Windows 8. Now I'm back at Windows 7.
My Windows 7 workstation is the only device that does not get connected to the internet. There is a XP laptop I am on right now, several mobile phones/tablets and a Macbook. All work without any problem or configuration needed.

I reset my router multiple times, tried different firmwares, turning off ipv6, disabled firewall, no antivirus...

Right now I have disabled my Firewall and removed ESET Nod32, which came with the Windows 7 installation.

Below is my ipconfig /all from the PC that is not working, below that is the XP laptop that is working. The PC is in Dutch, I hope that's not a problem.
In my router, a Zyxel P2812HNUF1, I can see my PC is connected). But from the PC I can not access the router (through ping or on the web interface)

code
Windows IP-configuratie

Hostnaam . . . . . . . . . . . . : Jeroen-PC
Primair DNS-achtervoegsel . . . . :
Knooppunttype . . . . . . . . . . : hybride
IP-routering ingeschakeld . . . . : nee
WINS-proxy ingeschakeld . . . . . : nee
DNS-achtervoegselzoeklijst. . . . : home
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A:[Win7/Win8] Wifi connection, no internet access

Can you get internet access via ethernet?

Run the ESET Uninstaller if you haven't already.

What other firewall or security suite is, or ever was, on the system?
 

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I have 10 pcs on a LAN workgroup. They are mixed win7 and xp. I have set the file sharing, net discovery etc on win 7 on and password protection, firewall off. They all have user accounts like pc1, pc2,...pc10 and I have also created the account of the pc I want to access the restricted folder to the pc that shares it. I have set the ownerships on win7 machines too. I can access the folders on XP machines from the win7 successfully. When I try to set a user-restricted shared folder to a win7 pc and access it from XP I fail. It says that I do not have sufficient rights to access the folder, contact the network admin. I can only access to the folder by setting it available to "everyone" or "guest" read/write but that s not what I want... :-( any ideas guys? I have tried so many times the last 5 days withou luck... Any help would be highly appreciated! Thank you all!

A:Win XP pc cannot access win7 user restricted shared folder

  
Quote: Originally Posted by atzounis


I have 10 pcs on a LAN workgroup. They are mixed win7 and xp. I have set the file sharing, net discovery etc on win 7 on and password protection, firewall off. They all have user accounts like pc1, pc2,...pc10 and I have also created the account of the pc I want to access the restricted folder to the pc that shares it. I have set the ownerships on win7 machines too. I can access the folders on XP machines from the win7 successfully. When I try to set a user-restricted shared folder to a win7 pc and access it from XP I fail. It says that I do not have sufficient rights to access the folder, contact the network admin. I can only access to the folder by setting it available to "everyone" or "guest" read/write but that s not what I want... :-( any ideas guys? I have tried so many times the last 5 days withou luck... Any help would be highly appreciated! Thank you all!


You need to make the special User a member of a restricted access group, the link below explains the details of how to set this up.

GUIDE: How to protect directories from childrn and other usrs of a PC

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My problem started when I upgraded from XP to Win7 on one of my computers.
Internet works fine, and I can see my nas (DNS-323) on my network places. I even can open the dns-323 and see the shares.

The problem starts when I open a folder on the nas containing any files, then the explorer hangs, nothing happens. I can browse the nas as long as its only folders showing up. Whenever there are files in it, it hangs and I have to force the window to close.
I also can't access the login page on the nas, it won't show up.

Now the funny part , the problems only appears when I use wlan, when I connect with a wire everythings works!!??

The computer is a LG netbook x120 with a built in realtek 8187se wifi nic and I upgraded to the latest driver 6.9109.
I also tested deactivate the built in wlan and pluged in a USB wlan nic, same problem.
Turned of windows firewall, same problem.
Turned of Avast antivirus, same problem.

Have anyone experienced the same problem or something similar?
I realy could need some help with this!

A:can't access nas login page or shared files from win7 via wifi

Sure there must be someone with a similar problem???
I think it can have something with my dsl-router but I'm not sure. It is a Speedtouch ST585 and in that case it should be some difference how it handle wireless and wired data on the internal side. I can't find any difference in the settings.

Any suggestion or input?

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I have a user who needs a power supply for her computer. It is under warranty and the manufacturer said to back up all documents/pictures because they said for some reason they might get lost . Anyway I have the Vista HDD on an external HDD kit hooked up to an XP machine. I can see all of the folders on the HDD but I cannot access the users documents because of permissions. It comes up with Access Denied, is there any way around this?

Thanks in advanced for the help...

A:Gain access to user documents through external HDD kit

Are the files encrypted?

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Hello,
I am using Windows Seven ultimate x64 and I started having a problem when trying to access user's folder under documents and settings or users on any attached external hard drive on my computer.
i didn't have this problem before, it started on the same installation of windows and without any changes to my system settings or user settings.
I am a computer tech and I use my computer to backup data before repairing computers so I attach the hard drive to my computer using a USB enclosure.
This is limiting my work since I didn't find any solution yet.
It's giving me the error below: "you don't currently have permission to access this folder"
This is happening on any external hard drive I want to access the user's data.
Please help

Thank you

A:Can't access user's folder on any external hard drive

Hello Fadsnet, and welcome to Seven Forums.

It sounds like you may need to take ownership of the folder, and "Allow" your user account "Full control" of the folder before you will have access.

How to Take Ownership of a Item in Vista and Windows 7

Take Ownership Shortcut

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Dell Inspiron 1750, Windows 7 x64 - no wifi access through my Windstream 2wire router.

Other devices both Mac and PC are still connecting through my router so I'm pretty sure it's in the DELL. Out of warrantee of course.

I can see networks in the "connect to a network" box but when I try to connect to them, it brings up a box that says unable to connect to network. Most of the time the wireless status icon shows 5 unlit bars with an orange dot over them.

The only suggestion from trouble shooter is reset the router by turning it off and on. No go there.

I can connect with ethernet cable with no problem.

I've tried the "flush.bat" and other suggestions in other forums with no success.

My network adapter - Intel(R) Wifi Link 5100 AGN - I've updated the driver
it says it's working.

[I'll attach IPCONFIG images.]

I'm sure hoping the smart helpers might get me wifi-ing again.
Thanks...

A:No wifi access Dell Inspiron 1750 Win7 x64 Windstream 2Wire router

Welcome to the forum djbeede.

You appear to be connected both wired and wirelessly here, valid IP for both connections, the ipconfig/all would show me more than just ipconfig. You should unplug the Ethernet when testing the wireless as an Ethernet connection will override a wireless connection most every time.

Do you have any type of third party anti virus software installed on this system?

Have you tried resetting the router using the actual reset button on the side of the router?

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I am running Windows 7 Ultimate. The external drive is a Seagate, if it matters. I have someone coming to visit, and I set up a user account for them. I noticed that that user account can still access my external drive. Is there a way to change this? I'd prefer for them to not even see it as an existing drive, but keeping him blocked from accessing the drive is the main goal.

Thank you!

A:How do I block access to my external drive for standard user accounts?

Unplug your external drive and put it in a safe place.

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Hi,
I am trying to install CA root certificate on Windows 7, IE 9.
Encounter error: "Untrusted Certificate".  "This certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certificate authority."
I have tried to install the certificate to Trusted Root Certificate Authorities->local computer and import was successful. BUT on IE->Internet Options->Certificate->Trusted Root Certificate Authorities, I am unable to find this root CA on
the list.
On mmc->Certificates->Trusted Root Certificate Authorities->certificates, I am able to view this root CA.
I then restarted the IE and view the ssl site again but failed too, "Untrusted Certificate".
Anyone, any idea ?
Regards,
Eye Gee

A:Unable to Install Root CA Certificate - Certificate cannot be verified up to a trusted certificate authority.

May the following workarounds work for you:
Workaround 1:
Modify the Windows settings to allow the Update Root Certificate feature to update the root certificates automatically. For details, see the following Microsoft TechNet article:
Certificate Support and Resulting Internet Communication in Windows Server 2008
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771121(WS.10).aspx
Workaround 2?
If the Update Root Certificate feature cannot automatically update the root certificates, you may contact the website vender to see if there is a hotfix can fix the issue.

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Quick Specs-
i-ball baton 150m router
my home pc with win xp sp2
Lenovo notebook with Windows 7 ultimate

Okay.....I am simply trying to connect my Win7 notebook to the wireless router, but i JUST don't know which network settings are misconfigured and i have tried everything and anything to figure this out but i fail to do so.
The laptop connects but with a persistent messge "no internet access". I am sure i entered the right passkey and enabled the wifi on router configuration page(192.168.1.1 from pc).
My notebook's wifi and ethernet adapter are both set on "Obtain an IP add automatically" and "obtain DNS server automatically". The lan card on pc with win xp is also configured the same way.
I tried declaring the ip and subnetmask explicitly on wlan adapter but it still fails to connect. I don't know...the prblm is in router's configuration or adapter settings or both could be misconfigured?
I tried several methods multiple times but i am so frustrated...none of them is working.
Please help me out....

A:Win7 lenovo ideapad "no internet access" to wifi router

I just got a Lenovo & had a bit of an issue getting it on the net. I has to go to my ISP setup & unhide myself for the lenovo to connect. Then when I hid myself the connection at next boot was gone.

Can't remember exactly what I did but it was something to do with the ISP settings.

Will check it out now.

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First, please forgive me if this is formatted oddly- I am typing this on my Blackberry.

For the past few months, I have been accessing the internet with my laptop's wifi through my neighbor's password-protected network (with his permission). I also sometimes go online using another neighborhood network which does NOT have a security key.

As of today, I can view networks and connect to both of these (as well as others), but I can't get online. I get the "No Internet access" message when I connect to any network.

When I go to the command prompt and type ipconfig /all, I get this for IPv4 address: 192.168.1.9(Preferred) and I cannot successfully ping any ip addresses.

I have rebooted already and renewed my network adaptor. Any other suggestions would be very welcome. Thank you!

A:WIN7: Can connect to networks via WiFI, but get "No Internet Access"

Oh, and when I run the automatic troubleshooter it says, "Your DNS server might be unavailable."

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Hello,

I have formatted a notebook PC with Windows XP SP3, installed with a digital certificate user that is configured in a VPN software. At first all went well but suddenly the connection software VPN began to fail giving errors commenting that the user certificate
was not trusted. The certificate showed that it contained a private key but when I tried to export it was not possible to access it. However, it was installed with the option of exportable key and had a key to use the certicate. While software was working
properly, it accessed users certificate private key and asked for the password. When testing trying to access the secure page Internet explorer 8 said that it could not display the page. Checked the event viewer was in the test access to the secure website:

id. Event ID: 36870

Failed to get access to the private key of the SSL client credential. The error code returned from the cryptographic module is 0x80090016.

After investigating I saw that this occurs because permissions apparently are lost in drive: \ Documents and Settings \ Username \ Application Data \ Microsoft \ Crypto described in:

https://support.microsoft.com/es-es/kb/943358

I removed the user certificate and installed again which the problem was solved. The question I wanted to ask is why is this happening? and what can cause the permissions are changed ?. Is there any windows or IE update which causes this? How you could check
what has caused this change? I only remember th... Read more

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Hello,
I have formatted a notebook PC with Windows XP SP3, installed with a digital certificate user that is configured in a VPN software. At first all went well but suddenly the connection software VPN began to fail giving errors commenting that the user certificate was not trusted. The certificate showed that it contained a private key but when I tried to export it was not possible to access it. However, it was installed with the option of exportable key and had a key to use the certicate. While software was working properly, it accessed users certificate private key and asked for the password. When testing trying to access the secure page Internet explorer 8 said that it could not display the page. Checked the event viewer was in the test access to the secure website:
id. Event ID: 36870
Failed to get access to the private key of the SSL client credential. The error code returned from the cryptographic module is 0x80090016.
After investigating I saw that this occurs because permissions apparently are lost in drive: \ Documents and Settings \ Username \ Application Data \ Microsoft \ Crypto described in:https://support.microsoft.com/es-es/kb/943358
I removed the user certificate and installed again which the problem was solved. The question I wanted to ask is why is this happening? and what can cause the permissions are changed ?. Is there any windows or IE update which causes this? How you could check what has caused this change? I only remember that I changed:... Read more

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Suddenly I get certificate error in IE11 (Windows 7). AskWoody won't load anymore:
 
https://www.askwoody.com/
 
Tried latest Chrome Portable as well. Same problem.
 
There is no problem under Vista with Firefox or IE9. Recently I installed the magic patch KB3172605 in Win7 to solve some update problems. I'm not sure if it's the cause.
 
Any experinces or suggestions, please?

A:Certificate error in IE11 / Win7

Hi,
 
Can you provide more information about the exact error?
 
Does the computer have the correct Time, Date and Timezone?

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Suddenly I get certificate error in IE11 (Windows 7). AskWoody won't load anymore:
 
https://www.askwoody.com/
 
Tried latest Chrome Portable as well. Same problem.
 
There is no problem under Vista with Firefox or IE9. Recently I installed the magic patch KB3172605 in Win7 to solve some update problems. I'm not sure if it's the cause.
 
Any experinces or suggestions, please?

A:Certificate error in IE11 / Win7

Hi,
 
Can you provide more information about the exact error?
 
Does the computer have the correct Time, Date and Timezone?

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When I log into the AT&T wifi at Starbucks I consistently get a certificate error. It doesn't matter whether I use IE or Firefox and it doesn't matter what store I'm in. It seems to be system wide. Firefox offers the option to view and install the certificate, but this doesn't solve the problem and the pop-ups persist. It may be that only AT&T can solve this, but I'd like to workaround it if possible. Is there some way I can explain to the browser that the wayport is safe? LOL

A:AT&T (Starbucks) WiFi certificate errors

Yes there's a way to tell firefox to ignore certificate errors. Hopefully this will help:

Tools > Options > Advanced > Encryption Tab > View Certificates

The AT&T certificate is probably in the servers tab. You should be able to add an exception for it in there.

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Hi, how do I install a university based proxy / VPN onto my chromebook, it seems to need a user certificate but I do not know how to access that. Have you had any experience with cisco anyconnect, I cannot access that either.

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Encryption problem - Please help
hello first
I encrypted some files using windows standard encryption it was good
and I saved the certificates for it done!
then I wanted to encrypt another file done but windows didn't ask me to save a key
or certificate this began to happen all time
I dont want to lose these files so I decided to decrypt them however it didnt work
installing the certificate wont work to
I changed user name and passwords a time ago is it associated to certificates ?
tip;I have more than a user names (8.1) (Matrix)
some times the owner is Matrix
sometimes is 8.1 what to do?
now all files wont open ?
regard thanks s.;

A:User account file encryption certificate

Hey Gamer,

If you are using EFS to encrypt the files, then all encrypted files will use the same certificate unless changed by you. If you change your user account's password from another account or at boot, then you would loose access to all your existing encrypted files.

Here's a couple of things you could try to regain access to your EFS encrypted files.

1) If you add a encrypted file to a zipped folder, the file will be unencrypted (decrypted) when extracted from the ZIP file.

2) You could try the 30 day free trial program Advanced EFS Data Recovery to decrypt the files.

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I have an external hard drive that has been encrypted using BitLocker.  It has both Smart Card and Data Recovery Agent key protectors applied to it.  Based on the certificate thumbprint, it is using an expired certificate. I was able to retrieve
the certificate with private key from another computer, and I have imported it into my certificate store on this system. When I enter the command (manage-bde -unlock g: -cert -ct <certificate thumbprint>), I get the error message that "The certificate
failed to unlock Volume G:". I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.  Should the certificate be in a particular store? Should it be in the local computer store or my personal store? I looked at the certificate. When I look at the general tab for the
certificate, it says "you have a private key that corresponds to this certificate".  When I look at the thumbprint on the details tab, it matches the one that I see listed after typing this command: manage-bde -protectors -get g:
I know there must be something I'm overlooking but I'm not sure what.

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Hi, in the Event Viewer I have been getting an error, Event ID 64. I have followed it up, but when I click on the Certificate to renew it, I get message that Windows cannot renew it. Apparently the Certificate will expire on 2/7. I tried to delete it and I get message that it is needed for encryption. Below is the exact message. Do I have to do anything????


Log Name: Application
Source: Microsoft-Windows-CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment
Date: 22/06/2012 2:43:56 PM
Event ID: 64
Task Category: None
Level: Warning
Keywords: Classic
User: N/A

Description:
Certificate for local system with Thumbprint 7e 2f ce f9 7e 33 fb 1a 59 16 f5 0f a5 d3 fc a2 ed 18 21 2f is about to expire or already expired.
Event Xml:
<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
<System>
<Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment" Guid="{F0DB7EF8-B6F3-4005-9937-FEB77B9E1B43}" EventSourceName="AutoEnrollment" />
<EventID Qualifiers="32768">64</EventID>
<Version>0</Version>
<Level>3</Level>
<Task>0</Task>
<Opcode>0</Opcode>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2012-06-22T04:43:56.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>18541</EventRecordID>
<Correlation />
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A:Win7, 64 bit, Windows Certificate Services Client-Auto Enrollment

Have a look at the Resolve section on this page:

Event ID 64

A Guy

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To this day, my employer still issues SHA1 user authentication certificates via internal ADCS SHA1 CAs. I stood up new ADCS SHA256 CA infrastructure and have been using it for server authentication and computer authentication certificates; migrating these
SHA1 user auth certs are the last piece before shutting down the old SHA1 CAs
However, I'm having a problem in my tests of the scenario of a user who is 100% remote and connects to our enterprise remote access VPN after logging into the computer itself.
I set up a test computer with a test user, verified it autoenrolled in one of the SHA1 user auth certs.  Then I set up a new cert template on the SHA256 CA that supersedes the existing one and set it up so only the test user can enroll or autoenroll
into it.
I've verified that the user does autoenroll in a SHA256 user auth cert if connected to the enterprise network prior to logging in, so I know that the template and group policy is set up correctly.  But in this use case, the user is logging in using
cached credentials offline and then connecting to the VPN.
I connect to the VPN and run gpupdate, but it does not seem to autoenroll in the new cert.  I also tried running certutil -pulse as the user, but got an access denied error because the user is not a local administrator on the machine.

How can I ensure that these users migrate to the new SHA256 user auth certs?  Do I have to give them instructions on how to log onto the VPN before Windows... Read more

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I recently re-installed xp on my t43 ibm laptop because the wifi stopped working. After installing all drivers it still wont connect to wifi so I tried a usb wifi adaptor. It gets a strong signal but states that windows can't find a certificate to sign me on. It will connect now to my system via hardwire. How do I fix the certificate issue?
 

A:usb wifi won't connect even though it shows a strong signal. Invalid certificate

Check the date and time. Sometimes you can get a "certificate" error if they are incorrect.
 

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Hi,

I have a computer certificate stored in the computer certificates store and I want to set for a dedicated local user (the "read only") permission to this certificate. (OS: Windows 7 / 32bit with SP1 DE)

I know that I can do that over the mmc
and the certificate snap-in (mmc => add certificates (local computer) snap-in => certificates (local computer) => personal => certificates => right click to the certificate of interest => all tasks => manage private key),
but I need to do that on many computers. How can I solve that problem with a script (i.e. certutil.exe)?

Thanks.
Regards.
cx-2

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Hi
In A domain environment when i rest a user password from active directory users and computers he is unable to login to Windows with new password. He is configured to login through wifi And we are using single sign on in the wifi settings. This issue is only affecting few users. connection to company wifi network is authenticated through 802.1x. so we manualy create a wifi profile for 802.1x .


At the dual login screen the new credentials (we are using active directory credentials for wifi since it's 802.1x) are entered. First it spits an error that unable to connect to wifi. Then windows spits an error of invalid user name or password.

If we enter the old credentials at login in both wifi access and windows access we are able to login to Windows (it logs in with Cached credentials) but I it obviously is unable to connect to wifi network.

The user is a member of wifi group so he has access to wifi and he can access wifi through his iPhone.


Also another observation is that if I login with his Cached credentials and configure a wifi profile /connection using his new (reseted password) password windows spits an error that cannot connect to the network.

So the core issue is that after reseting his password from active directory users and computers he cannot connect to wifi through windows.






The workaround that currently I do is i login with his Cached credentials to Windows and then i use my own credentials to configure wifi connecti... Read more

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I have a secured wireless internet connection which is fine for a newer Acer I have that, asked for the password once and now I just turn it on and it automatically connects, the problem lies with an older Dell 8100 I just got to play with to figure a few things out since todays laptops are basically idiot proof which is a great thing for me but would like to be a bit more knowledgable. The problem lies with when I try to connect to the network it tells me there is no certificate to access the system. I went in and unchecked the box for the for the IEEE 802.1x authentication network. Now it askes me for the WEP key,instead of the password, which I have no idea where to find, but used a WEP key generator and tried the 5 codes it spit out at me to no success. Does anyone know a way around this little hiccup. The dell has a netgear 802.11b 16 bit wireless card. Any suggestions would be very welcome. Thanks!!​
 

A:WEP key or Certificate to Access

georgiaboi2112: I'm going to close this one down as well. Do NOT start another thread on the matter at hand; you are still violating the ISP's TOS.

I'll ask for an admin review for now, but again, do not start another thread on the matter.

thanks,

v
 

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Hi, My laptop has a very weak wifi detection. Only when the wifi signal is very strong can it detect the wifi. I tried contacting HP regarding the same. They said it could be a loose connection with the wifi antenna. I have been waiting for the custumer service in my area to contact me(like HP promised!!!) for quite a long time now . Now I am in urgent need to get this fixed. I was wondering if an external wifi adapter would solve this issue. Mine is a Windows 10 laptop. Model no: ab030tx (pavilion). If an external adapter works, what would you suggest? (I am confused as a lot of products available in market only convert the laptop to a hotspot) 

A:Weak WiFi detection of laptop: will an external wifi adapter...

Dear Customer, In case if your laptop is under warranty, You may call  HP and will replace the Wireless card.Contact HPhttp://support.hp.com/us-en/checkwarranty However you may still use the External WIFI USB Adapters, I would like to share a document which helps how to choose the required Adapters.http://www.howtogeek.com/243330/how-to-choose-a-usb-wi-fi-adapter-for-your-laptop/ After trying you may search the model of the adapter online with Amazon for price details. Hope this helps, for any further queries reply to the post and feel free to join us again  **Click the White Thumbs Up Button on the right to say Thanks**Make it easier for other people to find solutions by marking a Reply 'Accept as Solution' if it solves your problem. Thank You,GBL84I am not an HP Employee  

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Hi there.

I'm having difficulty understanding File and folder sharing with Windows 7.

I have several PCs all running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a home network in the same workgroup called "Workgroup".

What I want to do is share 1 folder for me called "Chris" (that no one else can access but me) on a PC named "Bear-den" I use as a media server. I have a Homegroup set up on this PC and working fine so everyone in my house can access my media on it and that is great. I do not want my Homegroup users to see or access the "Chris" folder. If they can see it I guess I can live with that but I definately don't want them to be able to access it.

Now the "Chris" folder I want shared for me only is shared by right clicking it and selected specific user (me). I can access it only if I am logged in to that PC. I cannot access the folder from any other PC that I am logged into. I am using the same username and password on all my PCs and although I can see the folder i cannot access it. I get the message "Windows cannot access \\Bear-den\chris You do not have permission to access \\bear-den\Chris. Contact your network administrator to request access." It never asks me for credentials when I double click the folder.

I know I have to have a user account on each Win7 PC but I can't figure out why this is not working.

Network Discovery is turned on
File and Print Sharing is Turned on

Any help would be appreciated.

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A:Folder Sharing Win7 to Win7 for 1 user only

I would logon to PC Bear-Den, go to your Chris folder.

Right click "chris" folder. Click properties. Open Security tab. Just below the box "group or user names" click Edit. Click Add

Click locations button. Now it should show you a list of other PC's in your network. I think they would need to be on. Pick your other PC (not Bear-Den), click OK. Now the line "From this location" should have your second PC name, instead of Bear-Den.

In the bottom white box you should be able to add "chris" then click OK. This should now add ...........

Chris (Other-PC\Chris) or similar

to your "Group or User Names" box on the previous window.
Click "Chris(Other-PC\Chris), so it is highlighted in blue then go down to the bottom box and set your permissions. I would assume you want to fully manage that folder so click "full control", then click Apply.

You would have to do this from each PC you add to your network if you want it to be able to access your folder.

Sorry it's written, and not numerically ordered, like 1)click this 2) click that.....

I have actually disabled my Homegroup and run strictly with workgroup, being an ex-XP/Vista guy.

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Hi all,

I am having an issue with IE 11 and the certificate verification check.
I have a Lync Meeting that I go into on a regular basis with the VA (official US Gov't Web link)
IE 11 has started giving me the Access to site has been blocked due to certificate signature being weak.

I have tried unchecking "Warn about certificate mismatch, and warn if switching between secure and not secure mode.

I have tried importing a new certificate
I have even tried copying the certificate from a working computer and still I get the Certificate error issue, and am blocked from accessing the URL.


IS there some way to Permanently DISABLE certificate checking in IE??
OR some other way to resolve this.

Thanks in advance

Ike

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I've run the Microsoft sysinternal sigcheck tool on my new (noisy ) Yoga 910 and found a certificate for Intel(R) Technology Access that is not rooted as usual - it's self generated. Does anyone know what this certificate is for and can I delete it! Surely Intel should acquire certificates that are appropriately rooted rather than just install their own generated one like this.

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Hi there, hoping someone can help...

I've eventually managed to get a dual boot system going. I've installed Win7 on one hard drive and Win XP Pro on another.
I've still got to figure out how to get a dual boot menu going, but in the meantime I press the F10 key during Boot-up of the machine and I suppose its my Bios that allows me to decide which hard drive to boot from. Both boot-ups in either XP or Win7work fine.

However, when I boot in Win7 I can't seem to save files that I have edited i.e. I can open up the file and make chnages, but as soon as I try to save and replace, I get an access denied message, although I've got admin rights. However on some drives I can edit without a problem. Even on the same drive, for example the c: drive, I can edit and save files in the My docyments folder, but can for example not edit and save files in the Program Files (x86) folder on the same drive ....

If I boot in XP, this problem does not occur and all files are accessbile and can be edited and saved ...

Any ideas? Any help would be extremely appreciated ...

A:Dual Boot - Win7 and XP - Access denied to files when booting in Win7

You need to share your files/folders.

Troubleshoot &#34;access denied&#34; when opening files or folders

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I can't for the life of me figure out how to share files between my Win7 desktop PC and my Win7 wireless laptop. both machines have network discovery turned on, file and print sharing turned on and public sharing folder turned on. I set a few folders to be shared yet I can't seem to access any files from either machine.

When I try to access the laptop from my Desktop pc using the Network link in an Explorer window I get a "Network Error" window which reads "Windows cannot access \\(laptop name). Check the spelling of the name. Otherwise there might be a problem with your network. To try to identify and resolve the network problems, click diagnose".

Here is something that is odd. I can share and access files from my Win7 desktop PC to my WinXP desktop PC and vice versa but my Win7 desktop PC and Win7 wireless laptop refused to share files between each other.

A:Win7 PC Can't Access Files on Win7 Wireless Laptop and Vice Versa

Here is guide on how to share files in windows 7: Simple Windows 7 File Sharing: Step-By-Step Procedure

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I've been able to make this work in a test environment but can't make it work in a real situation. My test environment has two Win7 Pro PCs. One PC is behind a Linksys router with port 1723 forwarding to it. The other PC is on the WAN side of the Linksys and I can connect with VPN and ping the host, see the shared folder/files and remote desktop. Great......BUT

When I do the same thing as stated above but the VPN server is located behind a Linksys router across the Internet I can connect but can not ping, remote desktop or anything on the far side LAN.

I've disabled IP6, unchecked "Use default gateway on remote network", and a few other things but can't make any progress in fixing this issue. My routing table appears to be fine when compared with the one that works.

What am I missing? Any help would be appreciated.

A:Win7 to Win7 VPN connects but no ping or file share access

1. On the incoming connection properties dialog, have you checked the box that says "Allow others to make private connections to my computer by tunneling through the internet or other network."?

2. Have you added the proper user in the Users tab?

3. This fix worked for me when I had this issue -- on the Networking tab, make sure that you specify an IP address range rather than using DHCP. Make the range something that is well out of your router's DHCP range--for example, many routers default to 192.168.1.100 as the starting IP. Make the VPN starting IP something like 192.168.1.50-55. Hope that helps!

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I was at a home today and connected to their private home network on a Surface Pro 4. This showed their network as Connected. However, the internet kept going to a local open BT network instead! I couldn't select this open network anywhere to exclude it. Thinking about it now, I should have disabled/reenabled Wifi first, and then tried a reboot after that. But otherwise, is there any hidden setting to ignore certain networks?

A:Using 'open' access Wifi point instead of connected private wifi.

Hello and welcome to the TenForums

If the home where you were had a BT hub then it most probably was offering both an open connection also known as BT Wifi or BT Fon and also a secured wifi connection which would have an SSID number with a BThub name with some random numbers and letters. It is possible that you connected to the open one and were then automatically directed to a BT broadband page on the internet to pay for use of the BT hotspot service that they provide via customers routers. See this article for more info: http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/d...fi-with-fon%3F

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Is there a rvkroots.exe available for download for the mentioned KB so that I can remediate a Nessus finding?
We are on a disconnected network so windows update is disabled in our network.
In the past we are able to just download rvkroots.exe and push it out to all our Win7 computers.

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(I'm cross posting this from
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie11-windows_7/a-certificate-chain-processed-but-terminated-in-a/e6895c7e-c6b9-4a96-a5f5-a4dcd40b7b45 as directed by the forum moderator there.)
Hello,

First, I have reviewed the other posts with similar questions and noted that I can install the certificate into root certificates and most likely this problem will go away, some specifics:

1) When a client reported this error using a pop.secureserver.net on an outlook 2003 client, I just figured it was godaddy or the REALLY old Outlook client, but nonetheless, I went in to troubleshoot it and was convinced it was godaddy, but when I tried
to start my Outlook 2016 client on my Windows 10 computer on their network, I got the same error.  Two notes are important: 1) I use godaddy as well and 2) I used the same computer at a different client just yesterday without a single error message.
2) They use POP 995 w/ SSL & SMTP 465 w/ SSL to pop.secureserver.net & smtpout.secureserver.net repsectively
3) I called the company that manages their firewall and was told that everything was fine, but was sent a certificate from the firewall that might fix the problem.
4) The firewall company tells me they use a fortinet firewall

I have some questions that I'm hoping one of the experts here can answer for me:

- What in a firewall setup can cause a certificate to fail as listed in the subject?
- Is there a port or configuration change they... Read more

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so whats up with this error message ??
Revocation information for the security certificate for this site is not available. Do you want to proceed? [Yes] [No] [View certificate]


i know it can be unchecked in security option under advanced. but is that really safe to do ???

Thx


Steven J Einhorn

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I was running a dual boot XP SP3/XP SP3 until I recently clean installed Win7 32bit on C: partition (while keeping the other XP install). I used a boot manager to "find" my XP install, and I now dual boot Win7/XP. Both OSes start and run like they are supposed to.

My issue is with Windows 7 MyDocuments security. Quite by accident, I discovered that when running XP, I could access, rename, change, and delete files in my Windows 7 MyDocuments folder. I went to Win7/Windows/system32 to see if I could rename or delete system files (yes, I made a backup just in case) but was denied. I booted into Win7 and tried the same thing to XP, but got the familiar "permission denied" popup.

Needless to say this was puzzling and very concerning as well. Why does Windows7 not give me a "permission denied" trying to access Win7/MyDocuments while in XP?

A:why can I access My Documents in Win7 from XP (Win7/XP dual boot)?

Because you are a user part of the Administrators group on Windows XP. Those part of the Administrators group have access to your user directory, its part of the permissions, in the Security tab.

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I have been trying for some time to accomplish the title result. I'm not techie enough to do it.

What I want is to be able to use a Tablet to read in the rear of my home (which is out of range for incoming wifi signal.)

If I can set up the computer to do this, I will cable connect to a router in that area.
I have two computers and could use either.

1.a PC running XP (should update to windows 8.1, but have never bothered to do that, since XP works just fine. (I had this computer sharing to the router, when I had DSL internet connection, using Windows wizard to set it up) Couldn't get it to work when I switched to WIFI internet access) I could switch to win 7 or 8.1 if that would help.

2. a Lap Top running WIN 8.1,

Any help is appreciated.

A:Internet access via WIFI and share WIFI via second router

Due to the age of XP this is not the best option for what you want to do

Either windows 7 or 8.1 have access to Internet connection sharing (ICS) built in

To use ICS you need at least two connections to the local LAN, these can be any mix of wifi or Ethernet.

As you have a laptop you likely already have a system to use for this

There is a tutorial explaining the basics ... and more on this site

Check it out and post back if you have any issues

Internet Connection Sharing - Create WiFi HotSpot

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So I got a new router yesterday to replace the old one, and I've been working on it for a long time. But I can't seem to figure out why there isn't any internet connection. The new WiFi Router (D-Link DR-842) Shows it is connected to the internet (green light) but in the setup page, it says disconnected. Could the PPPoE details be causing this? As far as I know everything is correctly set up except for the internet part.
 

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Hi I have been having trouble gaining access to my user/(user) folder to get to my app data details, if i right click there is no option to run as administrator, i havn't changed the share options but i did follow these instructions








  
Quote: Originally Posted by Christian Smith


If you wanted to remove it, just right click on the folder > Properties > Security > Click "Edit" next to change permissions > Click "add" > if the folder is nothing really personal etc, type "everyone" Into the dialog box. Hit the enter key and "Apply", "Ok" etc.

Permissions - Allow or Deny Users and Groups

Hope that helps.


and it stated that i didn't have permissions. (as it ran through a list of items )


I then followed these instructions
Local Users and Groups Manager - Open

and in both option 1 and 3 it stated that "this computer is running windows 7 home premium. this snapin may not be used with this version of windows. to manage user accounts for this computer, use the user accounts tool in the control panel."
in option 2 the local user and groups option is not there.
as far as i am aware and in the user account option i am the only user running on this computer (and as administrator)

i am therefore at a loss and any help would be gratefull

A:how to remove padlock/gain access to user/(user) folder

Hello worligig,

You might see if installing and using Take Ownership may allow you to be able to access it afterwards.

Take Ownership Shortcut

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