Add EAP-TLS Authentication support for WiFi
Many organizations use EAP-TLS Wireless authentication using certificates and right now Windows Phone 7.5 does not support it.
Virendra Sharma commented
please add EAP-TLS support to Windows Phone 8(Lumia 920)
Ammar Salman commented
This is SHAMEFUL from Microsoft to do!!
how the **** are u expecting to compete with other OSes without supporting this?!
i switched for Lumia, and i cant connect to the Uni. network?! how am i supposed to check my portal? i have to use the Uni.'s labs each time when i have WLAN all over the Uni?!
This is a killing disadvantage
Jörgen Andersson commented
Please add this feature.
need it for Win Phone 8!
Gerhard Wilhelms commented
Like to have it for WP8
How can WP8 be billed as enterprise ready and not support EAP-TLS?
iPhone has it.
Please, act professional - EAP-TLS needed on WP8
yup this is part of the crazy things they are so long to change ... I can't even understand why .. maybe because top people don't use it ?
Don De Frost commented
This seems to be a GRAVE issue ! Windows guys, have it fixed ASAP.. People look forward to entertainment, not boring lectures on "moral ethics". If you have a problem letting users download, quit the mobile business right away. Android is way ahead when it comes to File downloading
Phil Bryant commented
Why would Microsoft not include something even IOS supports?
Justin Puyo commented
We use EAP/TTLS in almost all french Universities. Please implement EAP/TTLS in WP8, we need it!
Søren Ramus commented
EAP-TLS needed on WP8
It is needed at most European universities - so, please implement!
Please implement EAPS/TTLS in WP7.5 - WP8
Please, we need it.
Please implement EAPS/TTLS in WP8 asap!!
Sharon M commented
So Apple and Android both support EAP-TLS but Windows Phone does not? How do you expect to compete in the business market? I was going to upgrade to a Windows phone in a few months but unless I can get EAP-TLS I will likely stay Android.
Felix Ernst commented
Microsoft must be nuts not to have implemented it 2 years after the initial release of WP7.
WP6.5 could be used in such an enviroment, but not even third party are available/allowed.
This is really, really, really, really annoying. Anyone can do it and Steve TheEmbalmer needs to kick some ***, even if it is his own.
Anders Nilsson commented
MS: We need EAP-TLS support and proper Radius server certificate verification for doing proper secure PEAP-MsChapv2. This is the main reason we don't recommend Windows Phone on universities since it don't support eduroam securely.