Android tablets cannot logon on wireless when using internal CA certificate

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Using EAP-TLS on our wireless to perform certificate based authentication using Microsoft NPS server as the RADIUS. Running internal certificate authority.  Domain computers (Windows) and non-domain computers Windows/MAC OSX (with root and intermediate CAs copied to them) are able to connect to the wireless.  However, Android tablets are not able to authenticate to the wireless network even though the RootCA , SubCA, and the user certificates have been copied to the trusted credentials.

Any idea why this could be happening?  The error on NPS is related to the validity of the certificate chain.

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The server team is checking that but on Androids I have seen that the certs all get installed in the user space and not in the system space.  Is this normal?