Microsoft Intune support tip: Don’t confuse EAP-TLS with EAP-TTLS

~ Frank Novak | Support Escalation Engineer

In a unified management scenario where Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager is integrated with Microsoft Intune, it may be a little confusing as to how to configure Wi-Fi profiles for EAP-TLS connections in the admin console.

When creating the Wi-Fi profile, it’s easy to confuse EAP-TLS with EAP-TTLS, which is what’s available in the Configuration Manager admin console today. It’s important to be aware that these are separate configuration items and you should not select EAP-TTLS when attempting to configure a Wi-Fi profiles for EAP-TLS. Instead, set the EAP type to "Smart Card or other certificate" as shown below.


Frank Novak | Support Escalation Engineer | Microsoft GBS Management and Security Division

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