The identity to use when using PEAP or EAP-TLS.
This property specifies the initital identity to use when establishing a secure connection using PEAP. When AuthMechanism is set to amPEAPv0 or emEAPTLS the connection begins in plaintext. This property specifies the user name (if any) that is sent in the initial plaintext request. This allows the true identity of the user to be hidden.
If set, the value will be sent in the plaintext connection request. If not set (empty string) the User will be sent. Authentication servers may make use of a value that includes the domain to which the user will authenticate, such as email@example.com. In that case the user's identity is still hidden, however the authentication server will have knowledge of the domain for the user which it may make use of.
Once a secure connection is established the user's true identity is sent to the authentication server over the TLS encrypted connection. This property specifies only the identity sent in the initial plaintext request.
The default value is anonymous.
This setting is only applicable when AuthMechanism is set to amPEAPv0 or amEAPTLS.