Wired Network Authentication

Updated: April 17, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Wired Network Authentication consists of the 802.1X-based authentication settings that are applied to network adapters. The settings are required to connect to a specific IEEE 802.3 Ethernet network on which 802.1X authentication is performed.

Events

Event ID Source Message

15503

Microsoft-Windows-Wired-AutoConfig

Wired 802.1X Authentication was started.

%tNetwork Adapter: %2
%tInterface GUID: %1
%tConnection ID: %3

15506

Microsoft-Windows-Wired-AutoConfig

Network authentication attempts have been temporarily suspended on this network adapter.

%tNetwork Adapter: %2
%tInterface GUID: %1
%tReason Code: %3
%tLength of block timer (seconds): %4

15514

Microsoft-Windows-Wired-AutoConfig

Wired 802.1X Authentication failed.

%tNetwork Adapter: %2
%tInterface GUID: %1
%tPeer Address: %3
%tLocal Address: %4
%tConnection ID: %5
%tIdentity: %6
%tUser: %7
%tDomain: %8
%tReason: %9
%tReason Text: %10
%tError Code: %11

Related Management Information

Wired Network Interface

Networking

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