Ethernet properties changes, need a script/package to deploy via SCCM

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Here are the setting and steps required

  • Wired AutoConfig Services – Current status is stop and it set to manual, please change to the following
    1. Enable service
    2. Change from Manual to Automatic
  • Once the Wired AutoConfig is enable an additional tap will appear in the Ethernet proprieties called “Authentication”. Go to Authentication tap and select network authentication method as “Microsoft: Protected EAP (PEAP)”
  • Click on Additional Setting
    1. Check “Specify Authentication mode”
    2. From the drop menu select “User or Computer Authentication”
    3. Click OK, this will return you to the Authentication tap
  • Click on the Setting next to the PEAP, and click on the “Configure” next to EAP MSCHAPv2. Check the box next to “Automatic use my Windows Login”. Click OK & OK & OKS1 - How To Manage Devices Community Forum - Welcome to the world of Device Management! This is community build by Device Management Admins for Device Management Admins❤️ Ask your questions!! We are here to help you! - Ethernet properties changes, need a script/package to deploy via SCCM S2 - How To Manage Devices Community Forum - Welcome to the world of Device Management! This is community build by Device Management Admins for Device Management Admins❤️ Ask your questions!! We are here to help you! - Ethernet properties changes, need a script/package to deploy via SCCM
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VAISHNAV. K 4 months 5 Answers 73 views Beginner 0

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  1. This has to be done internally as it requires certificate and profile import.

    Please use below link which tells how to achieve this.

    https://www.asquaredozen.com/2018/07/29/configuring-802-1x-authentication-for-windows-deployment-part-1-building-an-802-1x-computer-authentication-script/

    Best answer
  2. Yes Anoop. Thanks for responding

    Can any one help me with the script or reg edit idea it will be great.

  3. I think this is a scripting requirement. Isn’t it?

    Once you have the script, you can deploy it through SCCM.

    Unfortunately I don’t think I have any ready to use scripts available for this..

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