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c:\windows>netsh ras add authtype ? add authtype [type = ] PAP|MD5CHAP|MSCHAP|MSCHAPv2|EAP Selects the types of authentication which this Remote Access server will attempt to negotiate. Negotiation will be in the order most-secure to least-secure. Once both client and server agree upon an authentication type, the PPP negotiation will follow the appropriate RFCs. type - the type PAP - Password Authentication Protocol (clear text). MD5CHAP - Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol using Message Digest 5 hashing scheme to encrypt the response. MSCHAP - Microsoft Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol. MSCHAPv2 - Version 2 of MSCHAP. EAP - Extensible Authentication Protocol.

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netsh ras add authtype - Windows Vista - command Adds types of authentication the Remote Access server will negotiate. / Windows Vista
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