02-20-2019 04:48 AM - last edited on 02-20-2019 07:35 AM by bananaman
In our company we have numerous laptops. Four of these are Lenovo T460s. These four machines can not connect to wifi any longer, but all other mobile devices: iPads, Macs, other Windows-machines,Androids and Chromebooks works perfectly, so I suspect there is an issue with a recent driver update?
I have tried to reset all networks connections - no luck. I have tried to remove the wifi adapter in device manager and rebooted my pc and of course I have updated all there is to update, but that did not help either. Has anyone had similar problems?
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02-20-2019 06:41 AM
We have a Ruckus installation with ZD1200 and 29 access points, so channels are controlled by the Zone Director. Ther four problematic laptops has connected two the wifi for the past two years without problems. They will not connect now and this started witin the last few days simultaneously on all four. Since several hundres of other mobile devices have no issues, I conclude that the cause must be on the Lenovo laptops
02-20-2019 07:02 AM
02-21-2019 08:23 AM
Problem solved. After a good deal of digging, we worked out that the certificate on the machine running the NPS-server had expired, now to days ago. Apparently the Lenovo machines were the first to discover this wich happened yesterday. Today other machines; Macs and other Windows machines started to have problems, which let us to the solution: renewal of the certificate. Apologies for the inconvenience, and thaks for the inputs.