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Bearcat1:
Yes, I updated the firmware on the camera and updated the EOS Utility....

rpt:

--- Quote from: Bearcat1 on December 22, 2012, 10:36:09 PM ---Yes, I updated the firmware on the camera and updated the EOS Utility....

--- End quote ---
So you are all set? Happy shooting. Btw, when I tried to download from that link onto the iPad, I got an error stating I could not download using Safari! Wow!

Bearcat1:
No not all set, it didn't fix it unfortunately.  I can't even find anything regarding it on google.

rpt:

--- Quote from: Bearcat1 on December 22, 2012, 10:51:21 PM ---No not all set, it didn't fix it unfortunately.  I can't even find anything regarding it on google.

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OK, so as I understand it, you have done the following:

* Downloaded the 6D firmware
* Downloaded the latest Canon software
* Installed the 6D firmware
* Installed the latest Canon software
And you are unable to get the EOS utility to connect to the 6D - right?

Take a look at this link
http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/post/50455667

If my understanding is incorrect please describe in detail as I am trying to read between the lines of your narration.

bvukich:
I happen to be a network engineer. If anything below doesn't make any sense, just ignore it, it probably doesn't apply...

Are you connecting to a WPA/WPA2-EAP network?
Does the radius/IAS server have a self-signed or enterprise CA cert without a trusted root?
Or is the cert from a "real" CA?

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