With a Surface PRO Windows RT 8.1, is it possible to make an user certificate based authentication ?
Surface Pro should have the full version of Windows 8.1. Surface should be Windows RT. If we are talking about Windows RT, you will need to use the Windows-In Box solution since Windows RT does not allow you to install client application directly. You can refer to the Windows In-box solution for all the possible solutions we provided, but you will need to run the following powershell command to change default username/password to certificate authentication.
Add Pulse connection that saves the user credentials after the first login
The -RememberCredentials option applies to smart cards and certificate PINs, and to
usernames and passwords.
$xml = "<pulse-schema ></pulse-schema>"
Add-VpnConnection -Name PulseCxn2Ó -ServerAddress 10.17.1.217Ó
JuniperNetworks.JunosPulseVpn_cw5n1h2txyewyÓ -CustomConfiguration $sourceXml
Yes, I misunderstood with RT and PRO. I'm clear about that now.
The question was about Windows RT.
Thank you for the reply.
Were you able to get user certificate authenticaion to work on RT? I see in the documentation that it states "Authentication method" is not a supported setting. This makes me think that only UN/PW is supported.
Some VPN Client cmdlet options are not applicable to creating Pulse connections.The following Add-VpnConnection options cause an errorif you use them when creating a Pulse connection: