I got involved in a complicated issue with a Cisco ISE implementation, and to understand what the endpoint (windows) was doing had to debug the 802.1x on the ccommand line.
Look to all interfaces in the current OS stack and providers
netsh trace show interfacesnetsh trace show providers
netsh lan set tracing mode=[yes|no|persistent]
Capture all info to the tracefile trace.etl, make sure you have the right providers
netsh trace start capture=yes tracefile=C:\trace.etl provider=[microsoft-windows-wired-autoconfig|microsoft-windows-wlan-autoconfig|microsoft-windows-onex]
Time to stop the capture and and find the root cause :)
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The CCNP Wireless Exam Revisions document will provide you with a summary of the updates that have been made to the new version of each exam.Through September 21, 2016, candidates can choose to take either the existing exams or the new exams or any combination of them both.
Effective September 22, 2016, if a candidates is still in process of attaining their CCNP Wireless certification, any existing exam they have passed will have earned them full credit towards the corresponding new exam as indicated in the chart below. Candidates will be required to complete their certification using the new exams.
A CCNP Wireless Migration Tool is available to assist students with the transition to the new exams.
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