I'd be happy to help you out with your question. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
To resolve this issue, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that the RADIUS server has access to the revocation list. Check the permissions and firewall settings to make sure that the RADIUS server is able to access the list. You can also try accessing the revocation list from the RADIUS server manually to see if there are any connectivity issues.
Next, check the revocation configuration on the RADIUS server. Make sure that the RADIUS server is configured to check the revocation list. This can usually be done in the server's registry settings or in the RADIUS server software.
If you're still having issues with the revocation list, consider using a different method for revocation checking. One option is to use Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) to check the status of a certificate. This method does not require downloading the entire revocation list and can be more efficient.
Ultimately, it's important to balance security with usability when implementing authentication methods. If you're unable to resolve the issue with revocation checking, consider using a different authentication method that meets your security requirements.
If you have any other questions or need assistance with anything, please don't hesitate to let me know. I'm here to help.
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