ln -s wpad.dat wpad.dat?
There is a registry entry on Server 2008+ that blocks DNS querys for wpad. Look on your server for the follow:
Remove wpad entry.
Not saying this will work, but it might help.
Hey Chr1s - we have got a transparent proxy setup here if you wanted to pop over and see it in the New Year.
One SID setup on our wireless specifically for BYOD which takes you to a separate DHCP server on an internal VLAN with a transparent proxy that then points to the BGfL proxy.
No need for BGfL to need to do anything and none of the devices can see anything of the rest of the network.
We have then setup a section of our VLE where students can register the MAC address of their device which gets entered into a radius server for authentication onto the SID. No need for intervention from us for them to gain connectivity, but secure.
We went down this route because it also works with older Android and Kindle devices that do not support proxies at all.
@limbo - Might have to do that, thanks!
What is the setup of the transparent proxy?
It is a squid box, relatively standard setup - the majority of the work is done by the wireless network, the DHCP server, the radius box and the switches to route everything in the right way.
Check your windows DNS server - as a security issue a WPAD entry in DNS was blocked by microsoft however there is a work around provided by MS :)