I am using a TP-Link TL-WN725N USB Wifi adapter with my raspberry Pi 2. The adapter works well but as I am working in an organization, the Wireless Network I must use is a WPA2-Entreprise.

My Wifi Adapter detects all the Wifi Networs except those WPA2-Entreprise ... I tried with wpa_gui, network manager, and also iwlist wlan0 scan, but these networks are never listed.

Is there any setting I must use ?

EDIT : With all my other computers, these networks are shown by wpa_gui.

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    The Pi has been known to have problems with WPA2-Enterprise networks. Feb 24, 2016 at 15:56

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If you want to scan or connect to the WPA-E you need to tweak your hostapd conf then you can able to connect.

Try : system-ca-cert=true

from the configuration file found in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/

For more help in configuring the WPA-E check this documentation.

The gap between WPA2-Personal and WPA2-Enterprise is rather large. WPA2-Enterprise is the strongest wireless security, but it is complex to administer because it requires a public key infrastructure (PKI) with server and client certificates, and a certificate authority.

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