(Side note: when removing NPS, all configuration is preserved, and is still present after the reinstall.) Short of setting up a completely new server, I'm at my wits end.Has anybody else had problems like this with RRAS/NPS?Use these instructions to create your CSR (certificate signing request) and then, to install your SSL and intermediate certificates.* To create your CSR, see Mac OS X Yosemite: Create Your CSR.
Sign onto the Webserver and select the server to manage. Click OK Repeat steps for the remaining Comodo Intermediate certificate(s). Certificate Installation: F5 Firepass Click Security. Click the Add New Certificate button at the bottom of the screen.Application Note How to Use RADIUS on Cisco Smart Storage Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) is a networking protocol that provides centralized Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) management for computers to connect and use a network service. Select the RADIUS CLIENTS tab to set up the authorization for an access device, such as a router, a switch, or a wireless access point (WAP). Click Create a New Client from the top right to create an authorization device. Enter the Name, IP address, Prefix Length, and Secret Key information: Name Enter a generic name. The Cisco Smart Storage provides the RADIUS server functionality to authenticate users or devices before granting them access to a network and to authorize those users or devices for certain network services. IP Address Enter the IP address of the device you want to authorize. This is the secret key defined at the Smart Storage RADIUS server menu. By default, all ports are set to Force Authorized which means access is allowed. Note: The user account information (Identity and Password) entered into the EAP-MD5 must be an existing account already created on the RADIUS server (Smart Storage) database. Choose Network Setting 802.1x from the Navigation menu.