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KB21309 - [IKEv2] IKEv2 using Machine Certificate for authentication (addendum)

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Last Modified Date8/2/2015 7:00 PM
Synopsis
This article provides information on how to setup IKEv2 by using a Machine Certificate for authentication (addendum).
Problem or Goal
User fails to authenticate by using a Machine Certificate via PCS IKEv2 and Windows 7.

Typical errors are:
 
  • Policy Mismatch. 
  • IKE authentication credentials are unacceptable.
Cause
Solution
For the initial setup, refer to the Using IKEv2 on Pulse Secure Access Appliance document.

In addition to the How-to document,  adhere to the following requirements for a Machine Certificate to work properly.

On the PCS:
 
  1. Make sure that the Network Connect check box is selected in the User Role.
 
  • The PCS Device Certificate has EKU (Enhanced  Key Usage) support for Web Server Authentication and Web Client Authentication (refer to Image 1). 
  • The Client Machine Certificate ROOT CA is installed in PCS Configuration > Certificates > Trusted Client CAs.
On the Client PC:
 
  1. Make sure that the Machine Certificate has EKU (Enhanced Key Usage) support for Web Server Authentication (refer to Image 1).
 
  • Install the Machine Certificate in the Personal >  Certificates folder in the Local Computer (Computer Account). Use MMC.exe to import it to the proper folder (refer to  Image 2).
  • Install the PCS Device Certificate Root CA in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities > Certificates folder in the Local Computer (Computer Account). Use MMC.exe to import it to the proper folder (refer to image 2).

Image 1 - Certificate with EKU (Enhanced Key Usage):



Image 2 - MMC console for Local Computer (Computer Account) certificate store:

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