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This is a good idea so make up a secure password and enter it. I am using a Samsung Galaxy S3 running Android 4.x but importing the certificates should be similar on other Android 4.x devices.
First you need to copy the two certificate files to your Android device.
Your web browser will warn you that you are about to request a certificate, just click on Yes to continue.
You should now be connected to the wireless network: That’s all there is to it!
I hope this has been helpful to help you connect your Android devices to the Wireless network using EAP-TLS.
If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment in our forum!
You will see the certificate export wizard, click Next to continue.
The wizard will ask you to export the private key for the user certificate. Now we have the user certificate for user Android stored in a file. If you don’t have the root CA certificate yet you will have to export it from the certificate authority or from your Windows 7 computer.
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Select Yes, export the private key and click Next to continue. I already covered how to export the root CA in my other tutorial for installing PEAP and EAP-TLS on Windows Server 2008.