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    IPAQ RX1950 WLAN -WPA Enterprise

    We have just upgraded our wireless LAN from old netgear WG602's running WEP encryption to Apple Extreme access points running WPA/WPA2 Enterprise with a server handling RADIUS and certificates.
    Laptops access it fine - far better than old system. However, we have a number of HP IPAQ RX1950 PDAs (running Windows Mobile 5) which refuse to work (they worked fine on old network). They always report (quite rightly) that they need a certificate, but I can't figure out how to get a certificate off the certificate server (one of our Domain Controllers) and on to the PDA.

    Is it possible with these units and if so, how?

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    You need to export your root certificate from the radius server (or your root certificate server, which may be the same thing). Getting it onto the pda involves wrapping it into a cab file, I dont have exact instructions but hopefully that should point you in the right direction.

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