Windows xp wireless network validating identity problem
I've tried booting in safe mode w/ command prompt, but it tells me that Windows cannot be activated while in Safe mode. I'm not keen on digging around through there without knowing exactly what I'm doing).
I also tried looking through the registry for activation-related entries, but couldn't find any (at least none that were obvious to me . I thought maybe there'd be a key in there, or that I could create, indicating that it has been activated?
With Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, IT administrators have greater and more flexible options for managing networking infrastructure, protecting their networks by requiring computers to prove their system health, deploying settings for authenticated wireless and wired connections through Group Policy or scripts, and deploying protected traffic scenarios.
Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista include a new implementation of the TCP/IP protocol stack known as the Next Generation TCP/IP stack.
Link Id=105231 The Windows Server 2008 Foundation Network Guide provides instructions for planning and deploying the components that are required for a fully-functioning network and a new Active Directory domain in a new forest.
Comprehensive guidance for selecting 802.1X-capable wireless access points Because many differences exist between brands and models of 802.1X-capable wireless APs, this guide does not provide detailed information about the following: Additionally, terminology and names for settings vary between wireless AP brands and models, and might not match the generic setting names referenced in this guide.
OK, first off I am NOT asking for help to hack my system or do anything shady.
I am installing the same copy of Windows XP that was originally on this computer when it was new (AKA, all legit, genuine product key, etc), and I'm trying to log on for the first time.
Select Properties once you locate the wireless network causing the error.
When you try to log onto a wireless network, you may see this error message: “Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you onto the network xxxx”. Step 2 Double-click Network Connections in the new window.